dorsoventral


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dorsoventral

 [dor″so-ven´tral]
1. pertaining to the dorsal and ventral surfaces of a body.
2. directed from the back to the front; posteroanterior.

dorsoventral

(dôr′sō-vĕn′trəl)
adj.
Extending along or having to do with the axis that connects the dorsal and ventral sides.

dor′so·ven′tral·ly adv.

dorsoventral

(of a structure) extending from the DORSAL to the VENTRAL side.
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Uncus esbelto en vista lateral, con la constriccion dorsoventral marcada en su base, el saccus con proyeccion anterior elongada al igual que el vinculum.
Anterior and posterior articulations are concave and bear a subcircular outline, with a slight dorsoventral compression.
To maintain correct positioning, sandbags were used; this is an acceptable practice provided that there is no obstruction of anatomical structures in dorsoventral projections.
(17) o sitio anatomico mais seguro e factivel para puncao aspirativa da MO e na quinta esternebra, por sua localizacao cranial ao apice do coracao e adequada espessura dorsoventral. Adicionalmente, de acordo com esses mesmos autores, a aspiracao da MO pode tambem ser conduzida na quarta e na sexta esternebra, mas ha o inconveniente da primeira estar localizada entre os membro toracicos e a ultima proximo ao coracao.
In retrospect, children with head nodding, or rhythmic dorsoventral movements of the head (3), as 1 characteristic feature of epilepsy syndromes, had been observed in Tanzania, Liberia, and western Uganda as far back as the 1960s but were not studied separately or described as a distinctive clinical group (3-5).
In the absence of a complete Empire skeleton, maximum vertebral dorsoventral heights and gill raker lengths in this individual are unknown.
En todos estos casos, estas facetas tienen un diametro dorsoventral mayor, de superficie plana y se orientan craneo-lateralmente; sin embargo, en algunas especies la orientacion es craneal (A.
Final dorsoventral positioning of electrodes was achieved by visual observation of the maximum negative-going population spike amplitude at the lowest stimulus intensity for both DG and BLA.
Our case series illustrates that the clinical and topographic spectra of LMS are diverse, and MRI analysis in rostrocaudal and dorsoventral aspects allows us, although not unequivocally, to make clinical-MRI correlations.