gracilis


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grac·i·lis

(gras'i-lis),
1. Slender; denoting a thin or slender structure.
2. Synonym(s): gracilis (muscle)
[L.]

gracilis

A long slender muscle lying on the inner side of the thigh.
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In the literature related to Fournier's gangrene, gracilis muscle or musculocutaneous flap is used to fill large and deep perineal defects.
gracilis. Briefly air-dried and powdered plant material (500 mg) was extracted three times using methanol (5 mL) in an ultrasonic bath for 30 minutes at room temperature.
The skin and superficial fascia of the anterior thigh region were cut and reflected as one layer and the pectineus, adductor longus, and gracilis muscle were exposed.
Lamellaxis gracilis (n6 = 103)###Capillaria sp.###77###2.33###2.00 - 3.00
"The multivector gracilis flap design is effective in improving all components of the smile display zone and has the potential for producing periorbital-wrinkling characteristic of a Duchenne smile," the authors write.
The BetaVia product line offers a new, patented standard in immune support using Euglena gracilis microalgae.
gracilis. Within these foothills vegetative cover is commonly limited to sparse disjoined patches of short trees and shrubs, whereas the complex forest structure more typical of the eastern and western United States are restricted to elevations higher than 2000 m (Knight et al., 2014).
gracilis were 2.80, 8.00, 35.00, 67.70, 11.60, 5.60 and 21.60% higher, respectively, than in common wild soybean.