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circumferential

/cir·cum·fer·en·tial/ (-fer-en´shal) pertaining to a circumference; encircling; peripheral.

circumferential

[sərkum′fəren′shəl]
encircling; pertaining to a circumference or perimeter.

circumferential

(sĕr″kŭm-fĕr-ĕn′shăl)
1. Encircling.
2. Pert. to the periphery or circumference of an object or body.
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Reapproximate the skin ends should be attempted, even if this is not possible circumferentially.
34) The split-ring technique, in which the trachea is resected by incising circumferentially through cartilage rings, has been used successfully in veterinary medicine and was the technique used in this case.
Rectal prolapse will often have a target-like appearance with circular folds of tissue circumferentially protruding from the anus--often up to 10-15 cm.
Any wire that carries electricity has magnetic forces circumferentially arranged.
The gross structure appears as smooth muscle cells, circumferentially oriented, surrounded by elastin with collagen fibers in between.
99m] injection, the injection of an isosulfan blue dye circumferentially around the tumor is done just prior to the intra-operative procedure.
The circular saw blade includes a saw plate having openings formed therein and carbide insert teeth disposed circumferentially about the saw plate.
The left ventricle was cut circumferentially into eight samples, each divided into epicardial and endocardial parts (9).
WITH the Derby and Royal Ascot almost upon us, it's time for the more circumferentially challenged (that means fat-Ed) among us to don top hat and tails and, as the heat soars, do our celebrated impersonations of
The joint is circumferentially surrounded by a fibrous capsule and has multiple ligamentous attachments that provide stability, especially in a lateral direction.
While most retreading processes remove the old tread by milling circumferentially, the ONCOR process cuts horizontally across the face of the tire as it rotates.