superior extremity

su·pe·ri·or ex·trem·i·ty

1. ☆ official atlternate term for superior pole
2. incorrectly, but commonly used term for upper limb.
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13] Shroff and Vare (1979) have also derived the height from the length of superior extremity and its segments.
Determination of height from length of superior extremity and it's segments.
Shroff and Vare (19), have also derived the height from the length of superior extremity and its segments.
An evident vascular circle marks the bone next to the superior extremity of the vertical line and descends for an ample nutrient foramina, which can be situated laterally or medially in the vertical line.
The knowledge of such multiple arterial variations as in the present case is of immense significance during Doppler scanning of blood vessels for clinical diagnosis and surgical management of diseases of superior extremity.

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