interdigit

in·ter·dig·it

(in'tĕr-dij'it),
That part of the hand or foot lying between any two adjacent fingers or toes.

in·ter·dig·it

(in'tĕr-dij'it)
That part of the hand or foot lying between any two adjacent fingers or toes.

interdigit

(in?ter-di'jit)
The area between any two contiguous toes or fingers or their associated metatarsals or metacarpals.
See: intermetacarpal; intermetatarsal
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The first block lasted 3 minutes and was composed of 58 sums with a 3-second interdigit interval.
The clinical signs reported and postmortem examination findings included reduction of appetite; listlessness; nodules or scabs of different sizes on less-feathered body areas (e.g., wattles, comb, eye lids, ear lobes, limbs, and interdigit spaces); and pronounced ulcerations on the interdigit space.
In contrast, Limnopus variabilis has short, slender digits with sharp, tapering digit terminations that are well spaced with wide interdigit hipicies (Fig.
The histological analysis showed poor ossification of the phalanges and minimal digit separation because of the presence of the interdigit webbing (Figure 4).
By the age of three, she underwent surgical release of interdigit webbing between the fingers of both hands.
INTERDIGIT INTERVAL (Telecommunications Dictionary,)
Interdigit time-outs, followed by screens asking if the user needs more time
Horny layer lipid composition is similar in pig and human skin; epidermis interdigits with the upper dermal compartment; hair follicles are sparse in both species; collagen and elastin dermal content is analogous.
1(a)), the couplings between interdigits are largely coplanar, occurring outside the gap.
In present study, with respect to distribution of atopic lesions on various body locations; perioccular, ear pinna and interdigits followed by ventrum were the predominant sites.