(sen-trā'lis), This form of the adjective is used with masculine nouns (canalis centralis, plural canales centrales) and feminine nouns (fovea centralis, plural foveae centrales). With neuter nouns the form centrale is used (os centrale, plural ossa centralis). The final e of centrale is not silent.
Central; in the center.
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Agelaia centralis posterolateral lamella on scutum (arrow), dorsal view.
Generally, there is a region with a high density of cones, the area centralis (WILLIS & WILKIE, 1999).
Objective: To determine effects of three plasma concentrations of fentanyl on the minimum alveolar concentration of isoflurane ([MAC.sub.iso]) and cardiovascular variables in Hispaniolan Amazon parrots (Amazona centralis).
The fovea centralis is a depression in the middle of the macula.
The MP for Newcastle Centralis the latest to highlight the attacks aimed at politicians on platformssuch as Twitterand Facebook.
In our study, when spinal cord injury and melatonin group were compared, ependymal cells showed regular distribution around the canalis centralis, mild hypertrophy in the cells and intense and regular distribution of nerve fibrils in the bipolar appearance of the funicular cells.
We use the Area Centralis (Volk Optical, Inc.; Mentor, OH) in our clinic.
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Rods are in periphery of retina while cones are concentrated in a small depression called fovea centralis. In typical RP rods are initially malfunctioned following cones and ultimately masks the individual with complete blindness (Travis, 1998).
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Elevation of IOP oppresses arteria centralis retinae and decreases ocular perfusion pressure.

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