os centrale

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os cen·tra·le

[TA]
a small bone occasionally found at the dorsal aspect of the wrist between the scaphoid, capitate, and trapezoid; it is developed as an independent cartilage in early fetal life but usually becomes fused with the scaphoid; it occurs normally in most monkeys.
Synonym(s): central bone
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It brings pain and weakness to patients.[1] There are three major considerations in treating this disease: central bone stability, lateral ligament stability, and medial ligament stability.[2] The medial ligament includes the anterior, posterior, and transverse bundles.[3] Its injury usually results from a valgus force and leads to medial instability, heterotopic ossification (HO) formation, and reduced elbow performance score, especially in elbow stiffness.[4] Worse still, the persistent instable state eventually causes ulnar nerve irritation and irreversible motor and sensory loss.[5] Therefore, it is very important and urgent to restore normal medial collateral ligament (MCL) structure and elbow stability.
Primary intraosseous squamous cell carcinoma (PIOSCC) is a carcinoma arising from the central bone without any initial connection to various epithelia [1].
To take the measurements, the 3D image was positioned to establish the mandibular median line, setting the central bone point between the right and left lower central incisors, coinciding in its lower part with the mandibular median line.
The central bone segment containing the defect was subjected to a demineralization protocol with 50% v/v aqueous formic acid and 9% w/v sodium citrate for 90 days, changed every four days.
During both [micro]CT and histological analysis, we observed an incomplete filling of the central bone vessels with contrasting agent as well as peripheral haemorrhages from ruptured vessels, suggesting that the optimal flow properties and the optimal application of ink-gelatin still need to be characterised for future studies.
Cut the breast away from the central bone as you you would carve a chick-chick en breast off the bone.
Locate the central bone either end, then use a sharp knife to make an incision from one end to the other, until you hit the bone.
A central bone marrow registry will provide a bank of bone marrow matches for those suffering from leukaemia and Castro and others like him will be grateful.
However, Rabat saw it as an imminent black-and-white victory for the Polisario Front and pro-independence Sahrawi activists, after a decadelong strategic shift that has turned human rights into a central bone of contention.
Ban said that the issue related to Hizbullah's controversial arms "has become a central bone of contention in the political debate in Lebanon with confessional overtones, but with implications for all Lebanese." He added, "Hizbullah's arsenal creates an atmosphere of intimidation and poses a key challenge to the safety of Lebanese civilians and to the Government's monopoly on the legitimate use of force." Ban again called on the leaders of Hizbullah "to immediately disarm and transform the group into a Lebanese political party, consistent with the requirements of the Taif Agreement and Resolution 1559 (2004)."
The metro plays the role of the central bone of a fish, while the buses, taxis, monorail, the waterbuses and water taxis that are linked to it from all around act as peripheral bones of a fish.
With a critical debate on health care reform underway in the Senate, in which funding for abortion is a central bone of contention, these observers say moderate Democrats now face another incentive to think twice about bucking their party's official pro-choice stance: fear of appearing to cave in to pressure tactics from Catholic bishops.

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