conjugata

conjugata

 [kon″joo͡-ga´tah]
the conjugate diameter of the pelvis; see pelvic diameter.
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con·ju·ga·ta

(kon'jū-gā'tă), [TA]
Conjugate diameters of the pelvis. See: conjugate.
[L. fem. of conjugatus, pp. of con-jugo, to join together]
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con·ju·ga·ta

(kon-jū-gā'tă) [TA]
Any conjugate diameter of the pelvis.
See: conjugate
[L. fem. of conjugatus, pp. of con-jugo, to join together]
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In this study, on the basis of literature [15, 16], transverse diameters (dorsal transverse, intermediary transverse, ventral transverse, cranial transverse, caudal transverse, and medial transverse diameters), oblique diameters (right oblique diameter, left oblique diameter, right sacrocotyloid diameter, and left sacrocotyloid diameter), conjugate diameters (conjugata vera and conjugata diagonalis), vertical diameter, pelvic inclination, and angle between arcus ischiadicus were measured (as shown in Figures 2-5).
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