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lingula

 [ling´gu-lah] (L.)
a small, tonguelike anatomical structure. adj., adj ling´ular.
lingula of cerebellum the most ventral part of the anterior lobe of the cerebellum.
lingula of left lung a small projection from the lower portion of the upper lobe of the left lung.
lingula of sphenoid the bony ridge between the body and the great wing of the sphenoid bone.

lin·gu·la

, pl.

lin·gu·lae

(ling'gyū-lă, -lē), [TA]
1. A term applied to several tongue-shaped processes.
2. When not qualified, the lingula of cerebellum.
[L. dim. of lingua, tongue]

lingula

/lin·gu·la/ (ling´gu-lah) pl. lin´gulae   [L.] a small, tonguelike structure, such as the projection from the lower portion of the upper lobe of the left lung (l. pulmo´nis sinis´tri), or the bony ridge between the body and great wing of the sphenoid (l. sphenoida´lis) .ling´ular

lingula

[ling′gyələ]
Etymology: L, small tongue
any anatomical structure that resembles a tongue.

lin·gu·la

, pl. lingulae (ling'gyū-lă, -lē) [TA]
1. A term applied to several tongue-shaped processes, particularly that of the cerebellum and of the upper lobe of the left lung.
2. When not qualified, the lingula of the cerebellum.
[L. dim. of lingua, tongue]

lingula

Any tongue-shaped structure or process.

lin·gu·la

, pl. lingulae (ling'gyū-lă, -lē) [TA]
A tongue-shaped process.
[L. dim. of lingua, tongue]

lingula (ling´gūlə),

n a small, tonguelike projection of bone forming the anterior border of the mandibular foramen.

lingula

pl. lingulae [L.] a small, tonguelike structure.
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A chest computed tomography (CT) also showed multiple cavitary lesions at the sites of the right medial lobe, right inferior lobe superior segment, and left lingula inferior segment along with nodular lesions at the right inferior lobe superior segment (Figure 2).
Etymology: From Latin lingula (tongue), referring to the tongue-shaped embolus.
La mandibula contiene en su interior al CAI por el cual transita el paquete vasculonervioso (nervio, vena y arteria dentaria inferior), este nace en la cara medial de la rama de la mandibula en el foramen mandibular, protegido por la lingula, y luego desciende por el tejido esponjoso del hueso en sentido anteroinferior, apical a los dientes inferiores y progresivamente mas vestibular en su recorrido, siguiendo una curva de concavidad anterosuperior y finalizando en el agujero mentoniano.
However, other typical CT findings, including nodules with associated bronchiectasis particularly in the lingula and right middle lobe, may help in the diagnosis.
12) A pesar de ello, aqui se observo que la densidad basal en la mitad distal de la capa molecular de los lobulos 1 y 10, conocidos tambien como lingula y nodulus respectivamente, es mayor que la del resto de los lobulos.
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An additional pulmonary nodule in the lingula was also noted.
The lungs have 19 segments distributed with 10 in the right lung (right upper lobe three, right middle lobe two, right lower lobe five) and nine in the left lung (left upper lobe three, lingula two, lower lobe four).