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infundibular

 [in-fun-dib´u-ler]
1. pertaining to an infundibulum.
2. funnel-shaped; called also choanoid.

in·fun·dib·u·lar

(in'fŭn-dib'yū-lăr),
Relating to an infundibulum.

in·fun·dib·u·lar

(in'fŭn-dib'yū-lăr)
Relating to an infundibulum.
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Infundibular ventricular septal defect, aneurysm of the sinus of Valsalva, and bicuspid aortic valve in a caucasian male.
Lateral and ventrodorsal angiograms showed a narrowing proximal to the pulmonic valve in the infundibular region of the RVOT.
Gianotti, "Leishmaniasis of the eyelid mimicking an infundibular cyst and review of the literature on ocular leishmaniasis," International Journal of Infectious Diseases, vol.
Ranson, "Retrograde degeneration of the supraoptic nuclei after section of the infundibular stalk in the monkey," The Anatomical Record, vol.
Most common CNS radiological findings are involvement of the hypothalamic-pituitary axis where nodular or micronodular masses of the infundibular stalk may be present, retroorbital masses, involvement of the dentate area of the cerebellum, and meningeal lesions of the dura [13].
Epidermoid cysts, also known by various other names such as epidermal cyst, epidermal inclusion cyst, and follicular infundibular cyst, are the most common cutaneous cysts.
Through the infundibular process, the hypothalamus is connected to the pituitary gland.
Peripheral signal reflecting energy balance can be integrated at the hypothalamic arcuate nucleus in mammals and infundibular nucleus in avian species.
PCNL is also used forcalyceal diverticular calculi, upper calyceal calculi with infundibular stenosis, and a lower calyx >10 mm, which cannot be completely removed by ESWL (2-5).