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hemal

 [he´mal]
1. ventral to the spinal axis, where the heart and great vessels are located, as, e.g., the hemal arches.
3. pertaining to the blood vessels; see vascular.

he·mal

(hē'măl),
1. Relating to the blood or blood vessels.
2. Referring to the ventral side of the vertebral bodies or their precursors, where the heart and great vessels are located, as opposed to neural (2).
[G. haima, blood]

hemal

/he·mal/ (he´m'l)
1. ventral to the spinal axis, where the heart and great vessels are located, as, e.g., the hemal arches.
3. pertaining to blood vessels; see vascular.

hemal

(hē′məl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the blood or blood vessels.
2. Relating to or located on the side of the body that contains the heart and principal blood vessels.

he·mal

(hē'măl)
1. Relating to the blood or blood vessels.
2. Referring to the ventral side of the vertebral bodies or their precursors, where the heart and great vessels are located, as opposed to neural (2).
Synonym(s): haemal.
[G. haima, blood]

hemal

pertaining to blood or blood vessels.

hemal arch
small, v-shaped bones attached to the caudal ends of the ventral surface of several caudal (coccygeal) vertebrae where they protect several coccygeal vessels; they are small in dogs, absent in horses and cattle, large in kangaroos and whales.
hemal node
occur under the peritoneum along the vertebral column, in some viscera, near the spleen and kidneys and in the jugular furrow in ruminants; resemble lymph nodes but their sinuses are filled with blood. Have functions probably like those of the spleen. Called also hemolymph node.
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Together with Dr Stefanie Ortolan, a paediatrician from France, the pair managed to deliver baby Jake after just 30 minutes of pushing, Hemal said.
Once they got to two minutes apart, that's when we knew we were going to deliver on the plane," Hemal said.
Geringophis vertebrae are typical of many Eocene and Oligocene erycine snakes in that they are relatively small, short, and wide, but they are unique among these boids in having flattened neural arches, relatively high and long neural spines that are swollen dorsally, and well-developed hemal keels and subcentral ridges (Holman, 8; Sullivan and Holman, 9).
Monod proposed the fusion of preural centra 2 and 3 (PU2 + PU3) in another species of the same genus, Syngnathus acus, on the evidence of two hemal arches under the same vertebral centrum.
About one third of the way up, the axial organ gives off the genital hemal strands surrounded by extensions of the left axial sinus [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 10 OMITTED].
Hemal, director of the Robotic and Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery Program at Wake Forest Baptist, said: "This was one of the first studies where a single surgeon at one center performed both types of surgery and compared the results.
Faced with the enormous target, Alder dug in and Hemal Watekar's 78 helped them force the draw as they finished on 207-7.
Hemal Watekar bowled exceptionally to take 6-45 in restricting Orrell to 136 (61.
Badal Singh claimed three wickets for 43 in 10 overs while skipper Vaibhav Wategaonkar, Ganesh Narsumaiyya and Hemal Mehta bagged two wickets apiece.
Hemal Watekar took 6-45 to restrict Town to 168 all out but James Davies (3-16) and Matthew Fisher (3-5) ensured the total was far too much for Alder.
Opener Jonas Smith struck 55 and Hemal Watekar 37 but from 90-3 Skem collapsed to 150 all out in 54 overs.