basal part

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basal part

[TA]
portion of a structure which forms its base-the bottom part or part opposite the apex of the structure-or a branch serving that portion of the structure; e.g., the basal part of the lungs (formed by the four basal bronchopulmonary segments of each side) served by basal parts of the right and left pulmonary arteries.
Synonym(s): basilar parts [TA], pars basalis [TA], pars basilaris [TA]

ba·sal part

(bāsăl pahrt) [TA]
Portion of a structure that forms its base-the bottom part or part opposite the apex of the structure-or a branch serving that portion of the structure; e.g., the basal part of the lungs (formed by the four basal bronchopulmonary segments of each side) served by basal parts of the right and left pulmonary arteries.
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Four different cranial elements--the pars basilaris and left pars lateralis of the occipital bone (Figure 5), the pars petrosa of the left temporal bone (Figure 6) and the post-sphenoid (Figure 7)--were duplicated.
Age estimation from the pars basilaris of the fetal and juvenile occipital bone.

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