flap: a new application in the reconstruction of congenital thumb deviation.
Reconstruction methods according to nasal subunits DORSUM Primary Closure 12 Glabellar Advancement 12 Skin Craft 7 Bilobed
Flap 5 Paramedian Forejead Flap 5 Cryotherapy 2 Prosthesis 1 ALAR REGION Nasolabial 34 Bilobed
Flap 7 Paramedian Forejead Flap 5 Malar Advancement 3 Skin Graft 3 Composite Graft 1 Secondary Healing 4 Glabellar Advancement 1 Cryotherapy 1 Radiotherapy 1 SIDEWALL Primary Closure 4 Malar Advancement 9 Skin Graft 9 V-Y Advancement 8 Island Flap 8 Bilobed
Flap 6 Paramedian Forejead Flap 4 Glabellar Advancement 1 Nasolabial 1 NASAL TIP Skin Graft 16 Bilobed
Flap 13 Paramedian Forehead Flap 5 Anchor Flap 1 Glabellar Advancement 2 Cryotherapy 4 Note: Table made from bar graph.
The procingulum in m1 is very welldeveloped, wide, and horizontal with respect to the lophids, and strongly bilobed
. The anterolabial-anterolingual conulids are symmetrical, equal in size, and are of the same size as the metaconid and protoconid.
epipodal plate or Lamina or double-bladed epipods.
Diagnosis of t(11; 17) APL can be difficult based on morphology alone because the blasts have a more regular nucleus compared with the bilobed
nucleus typically found in APL.
The body consists of eleven segments in addition to head, the body dorsally with 26 plates and densely covered with yellowish back-warding setae dorsally and laterally, the first three dorsal plates are slightly bilobed
while the other plates are oblong and variable in width; head is moderate in size and triangle, bearing a minute antennae and a mouthpart ventrally which is located in a triangular space.
Leaves are incubus, bilobed
to the base, with a large dorsal lobe, irregularly reniform, concave, arching over the stem, 0.80-0.85 x 0.75(-0.78) mm, with the apex obtuse, mucronate and margin entire, recurved; the ventral lobe is smaller, helmet-shaped, 0.24 x 0.10 mm, and with a small uniseriate stylus between lobe and stem, 3-4 celled, without foliose appendage.
Section Equisetophyta is represented by one species (Equisetum sylvaticum L.), section Pinophyta--by two species, section Polypodiophyta--by four species, and section Magnoliophyta--by 125 species, of which 110 species are bilobed
Local flaps are those that are derived from the immediate area of resection and common examples of these include the swing slide bilobed
naso-labial and the forehead flap.
Sexual dimorphism: Genital papilla in male not fimbriate, long and slender, slightly bilobed
at tip, its maximum length extending to base of about anal-fin spine or first soft anal-fin ray; female papilla short, bulbous, with several finger-like projections at edge of opening, extending almost to anal spine.