hind limb


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hind limb

n.
A posterior appendage, such as a leg, wing, or flipper.
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We suggest medial patellar desmotomy as an efficient surgical technique for the treatment of persistent unilateral hind limb extension in dairy animals.
tunnel was created in the hind limb of the dog, omental piece was
While, jumping of Frog exhibits vertical and straight jumping movement against ground, but with backward extension followed by forward flexion of its hind limbs (Fig.
Accordingly, we proposed that magnolol could protect against ischemia hind limb damage.
Eleven juveniles were noted to have some kind of gross morphological deformity, mostly involving missing hind limbs.
Some of the signs in affected dogs include a gradual loss of use of the hind limbs, with a typical criss-crossing of them.
The experiment was terminated when all animals reached full hind limb development.
Nicotine Enhances Angiogenesis and Collateral Development in Hind Limb Ischemia; Stanford University and Frankfurt University), wherein the rabbit model of ischemic hind limb demonstrated a phenomenal 33% increase in blood flow compared to the controls, we will likely ask the FDA to extend its approval to an NRA trial for PDA," said Summers.
Particular emphasis is given to the hind limb and tail, which have received much less attention than the wings.
The Vitamin The Deficiency Thiamin Stillbirths; low birth weight Riboflavin Shortened long bones; cleft palate; hydrocephalus; eye defects; conjoined (Siamese) twins Niacin Fetal resorption; cleft lip and palate; hind limb defects Vitamin B6 Stillbirths; low birth weight Pantothenic acid Malformations of the renal system, eyes, limbs and brain Folic acid Cleft lip; hydrocephalus; eye defects; skeletal malformations Vitamin B12 Hydrocephalus Vitamin C Impaired collagen synthesis
A Non-descript male sheep aged about two years was reported with history of swelling in left hind limb on inner aspect of thigh region since three weeks and lameness since last ten days.