articularis

articularis

adjective (Latin) Referring to a joint or articulation; articular.
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Subtypes are defined as Type II-A (lytic) when there is a fatigue fracture of pars articularis and Type II-B when pars is elongated as a consequence of repeated microfractures and healing.
014 Processus articularis Superior articular superior; Zygapophysis process superior A03.
Facies articularis sesamoidea lateralis et medialis, which is found proximal to the caudal end of condylus lateralis (Getty, 1975) was not found in this study.
This pouch of synovial membrane is supported during movement by a small muscle, the Articularis genus, which pulls the synovial membrane out of the way and prevents it from interfering with patella movement.
The reduction in cholesterol during the third week of the study may have caused the atrophy of the zona fasciculate and zona articularis seen in this study as hormonal production activity may have been affected.
Na regiao do osso paraesfenoide (os parasphenoidale) destaca-se o rostro paraesfenoide (rostrum parasphenoidale, RP: Figura 1D) que alcanca 40% da distancia do condilo occipital e o pes pterigoide, articulandose rostralmente com o palatino; funde-se dorsalmente ao septo interorbital e rostralmente contata-se, ainda, com o vomer (facies articularis vomeralis).
Another paper describes the case of a patient with AS who experienced episodes of gouty arthritis and chondrocalcinosis articularis.
These specimens are referred to Branta rather than to Anser (including Chen) because of these characters: coracoid - medial half of Facies articularis sternalis more excavated (concave); ulna - Tuberculum carpale wider, less excavated on ventral surface; radius - similar placement and development of intermuscular lines; tibiotarsus - general agreement in size and overall morphology.
Facies articularis talaris medialis (superficie articular talar media).