medial surface

me·di·al sur·face

[TA]
the surface of a part of the body that faces toward the midline. TA recognizes a medial surface on the following structures: arytenoid cartilage, cerebral hemisphere, fibula, ovary, testis, tibia, ulna.
Synonym(s): facies medialis [TA]
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Otoscopy of the right ear revealed a red, vascular mass filling the inferior half of the middle ear space, abutting the medial surface of the tympanic membrane and creating a visible meniscus (figure 1).
femorotibialis complex and originates by fleshy fibers from slightly more than half of the distal part of the medial surface of the femoral shaft.
8 Medial surface of scape with setae; female postocular area enlarged, cushion-shaped .
2); antennal segment II on medial surface of basal third with a fringe of short, suberect, simple setae set in a dense patch, or with normal, decumbent, very short setae as on remaining surface of antenna; hemelytron with dark or yellowish, decumbent, simple setae (Figs.
For one point on a medial machining trajectory [2] of a complex surface, the feed vector, passing through the studied point will intersect the offset surface, work piece surface and medial surface.
3A) Mandibles slender, falcate, lacking medial teeth, directed dorsomedially to cross beneath anterior margin of the nasale, two small sensilla laterally, one proximal and one medial; maxilla with galea absent, maxillary cardo reduced with one sensillum, stipes short, fingerlike, medial surface without sensilla, two prominent ventral lateral sensilla; maxillary palps three segmented, first segment 0.
When working on the gallbladder's anterior or medial surface, retract the infundibulum laterally and towards the patient's feet.
1) Proposed mechanisms for such a migration include (1) technical errors in insertion, (2) eustachian tube dysfunction, (3) granuloma or biofilm formation on the medial surface of the tubes, and (4) atrophy of the tympanic membrane with associated perforation.
1); pronotal collar absent; antennal segment 1 with numerous (> 15) erect black spines on medial surface (Fig.
The mature larva is described and illustrated, noting the presence of four robust spines on the medial surface of the maxilla.
Often, thick webs--and sometimes thinner webs--will have scarring where they attach to the medial surface of the vocal fold.
The epithelium covering the medial surface of the vocal fold lateral to the mucosal bridge was incised and elevated.

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