longitudinal section


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lon·gi·tu·di·nal sec·tion

a cross sectio attained by slicing in any plane parallel to the long or vertical axis, actually or through imaging techniques, the body or any part of the body or anatomic structure. Longitudinal sections include, but are not limited to, median, sagittal, and coronal sections.

lon·gi·tu·di·nal sec·tion

(lon'ji-tū'di-năl sek'shŭn)
A cross-section attained by slicing in any plane parallel to the long or vertical axis, actually or through imaging techniques, the body or any part of the body or anatomic structure. Longitudinal sections include, but are not limited to, median, sagittal, and coronal sections.

longitudinal section

A section parallel to the long axis of an organ.
See also: section

lon·gi·tu·di·nal sec·tion

(lonji-tūdi-năl sekshŭn)
A cross-section attained by slicing in any plane parallel to the long or vertical axis, actually or through imaging techniques, the body or any part of the body or anatomic structure.
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(4) Removal of the need for a costly microtome and other steps involved in microtomy: making longitudinal section of the tooth as thin as 57 [micro]m by grinding on a set of sandpapers with hands without using a microtome is the main key feature of this technique.
In the normal subjects, one vertical axial section (12:00-6:00) and eight longitudinal sections (12:00, 1:30, 3: 00, 4:30, 6:00, 7:30, 9:00, and10:30) images were captured by 50 MHz UBM, while four axial sections (12:00-6:00, 3:00-9: 00, 4:30-10:30, and 7:30-1:30) images were captured by 25 MHz UBM.
5), the quantized width [DELTA][z.sub.NXK] each of the two extremes of <<cold>> longitudinal sections of the EWP, the right of which was subjected to partial sublimation, in these experiments was found to be about 156.5 mm.
In the longitudinal sections of very well-preserved rostra, with no observable diagenetic alteration, it is noticeable that calcite crystals emerge radially from successive spherulitic centers of crystal growths that are situated along the apical line (Fig.
FIGURE 2B: LONGITUDINAL SECTION OF GILLS SHOWED SEVERE EDEMA (1), NECROSIS (2), HYPERPLASIA AND HAEMOLYMP INFILTRATION (3).
Operative access to the kidney with the longitudinal section of latissimus dorsi muscle and the XII rib is anatomically justified and possesses parameters which are sufficient for the successful conducting of operations on a kidney and upper departments of the urine excretion system.
The structure of aluminium alloy material was observed with about 50x magnification of light microscope on metallographic cut of longitudinal section in the middle of cylindrical bar.
Like the other parts, the 'philosophical moment' is divided into a longitudinal section and a monographic one.
A picture of a longitudinal section of the seed of Encephalartos villosus (before germination) is included to clear up some confusion about the seed and seedling terminology.
The average results for each trench are shown on the plan and longitudinal section posted on the company's website at www.soltoro.com/CatTreJul10.pdf.
The second leaflet shows the same longitudinal section boiler in cross-section as well as a clearly described cross-section of the separator that "avoids the re-separation rendered necessary in all others." It offers a fine drawing of the engine's gear side (image 3), featuring the gear "cushioned to prevent strain on the cogs" and the swivel drawbar.
The partial region is located outside of a middle, longitudinal section in a forward region and/or in a rear region of the hygiene article.

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