SD--Standard Deviation, calculated for maximum head length (MHL), maximum head breadth (MHB) and Cephalic
The Simpson forceps, with its shallow and longer cephalic
curve, accommodates significant fetal head molding and is a good forceps choice in this situation.
This study consisted of a macroscopic observation of the cephalic
pores aided by a binocular magnifying glass, recording the form and quantities of the pores in the different regions of the head (Fig.
by the size of the spicules (110 [micro]m), the genital papillae arrangement (11 lateral; the median rows with 8 preanal and 9 postanal) the small amphids situated behind the cephalic
papillae and thin at the beginning.
The new species belongs to the genus Meunieriella in possessing most of the diagnostic characters, especially the male sixth through eighth abdominal segments completely retractable within anterior part of abdomen, gonocoxite, and gonostylus of male terminalia extremely prolonged and narrow; elongated and protractible ovipositor, cercus with simple setae; pupal antennal horn with upper and lower spines, upper and lower frontal horn absent, upper cephalic
margin thickened laterally; prothoracic spiracle and cephalic
Some fetuses will spontaneously turn to a cephalic
position before birth, while others can be rotated using the ECV procedure.
pregnancy, [greater than or equal to]37 weeks gestation in spontaneous labor
However, as a cephalic
phase response is not related to absorption of nutrients through the gastrointestinal tract during a carbohydrate mouth rinse, but as a consequence of oral carbohydrate recognition, the insulin response may occur less than 10 min after stimulation (Just et al., 2008).
zeteki (Figure 1), in having long cephalic
and caudal waxy tufts, with the caudal tuft being longer than the cephalic
tuft, and with the more caudal lateral waxy filaments longer than the rest of the marginal filaments (Hempel, 1900, 1918; Kondo et al., 2016).
During routine gross anatomy dissection of the neck, we observed a rare case of variation of the termination of the cephalic
vein in both right and left upper limbs, of a male cadaver.
Upper arm AVF, especially brachiocephalic fistulas (BCF), have a number of long term complications, including higher flow rates and greater incidence of cephalic
arch stenosis (CAS), compared with lower arm AVF [4, 5].