articularis

articularis

adjective (Latin) Referring to a joint or articulation; articular.
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microptera because of these characters: coracoid--shorter but much stouter with a deeper and longer ventral portion of the facies articularis sternalis; humerus--similar in length but stouter and straighter, with a much better developed crista deltopectoralis; ulna--much longer, stouter, and straighter; carpometacarpus --similar in length but much stouter; femur and tibiotarsus--much shorter and more slender.
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.
Another paper describes the case of a patient with AS who experienced episodes of gouty arthritis and chondrocalcinosis articularis.
Coincidence of ankylosing spondylitis, gouty arthritis and chondrocalcinosis articularis.
Second, the insertion of transarticular screws should be avoided if the C1 lateral mass or C2 pars articularis is fractured or destroyed.
The breadth of the facies articularis (Bfp) of the proximal radiocubitus fragment from Hrusica-Ad Pirum was 79.
2] They are associated with crystal deposition disease, called chondrocalcinosis articularis.