occipitalis


Also found in: Dictionary.

oc·cip·i·tal

(ok-sip'i-tăl),
Relating to the occiput; referring to the occipital bone or to the back of the head.
Synonym(s): occipitalis
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

occipitalis

(ŏk-sĭp″ĭ-tā′lĭs) [L.]
The posterior portion of the occipitofrontalis muscle at the back of the head.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
References in periodicals archive ?
Estas tres actividades pueden relacionarse directamente con la alimentacion (desplazarse para cazar y morder) y la termorregulacion (descansar) como se observo en Microlophus occipitalis en algarrobales aledanos a la laguna Napique (Chavez-Villavicencio et al.
Du Bus, 1847a: "Guatimala"), *3042 (holotype, achat Du Bus 1876) and 7417 ("Mexique, Tabasco, Ghiesbrecht, don."); *Chlorophonia occipitalis (Euphonia o.
We sought to describe the diet of a population of Liolaemus occipitalis in the sand dunes of the municipality of Cidreira, state of RS, to verify whether this species follows the patterns within the genus.
The main clinical feature of the Madelung's disease is the presence of multiple, symmetric, loose adipose tissue deposits mainly around the neck, occipitalis, shoulder, back and chest.
(5) PVEP kaydi icin aktif elektrod oksipital kemikte protuberentia occipitalis eksterna'nin 2 cm uzerine, referans elektrod alinda sacli deri sinirina yerlestirildi, toprak elektrodu kulak memesine yerlestirildi.
The skull was kept with Norma occipitalis facing the observer.
The position of the globe was in a way that the poles of the globe corresponded to the nose and the protuberantia occipitalis, the zero meridian to the mid sagittal plane along the falx, and the equator to the frontal plane perpendicular to the mid sagittal plane.
occipitalis are known from the Arabian Sea (Kotthaus 1973; Manilo & Bogorodsky, 2003; Jayaprakash et al., 2006; Bineesh et al., 2012).
Estudios de laboratorio y de campo sugieren que el aumento de temperatura (Riascos et al., 2009), disminuciones en la salinidad en conjunto con la expansion del parasito Polydora occipitalis (afecta negativamente crecimiento y fecundidad de la macha; Riascos et al., 2011), generan altas tasas de mortalidad, responsables de la masiva desaparicion de machas asociadas a El Nino en playas del sector norte de su rango de distribucion.
Anilius scytale (Linnaeus 1758), Mastigodryas boddaerti (Sentzen 1796), Taeniophallus occipitalis (Jan 1863), Micrurus filiformis (Gunther 1859), Chironius fuscus (Linnaeus 1758) y Leptophis ahaetulla (Linnaeus 1758) fueron recolectadas por particulares, por lo que no fue posible saber en que horarios fueron colectadas.
Others have also reported the potency of pituitary extract of non-piscine extract from frog (Haplobutrachus occipitalis) in induced breeding of C.