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preaxial

 [pre-ak´se-al]
situated before an axis; in anatomy, referring to the lateral (radial) aspect of the upper limb, and the medial (tibial) aspect of the lower limb.

pre·ax·i·al

(prē-ak'sē-ăl),
1. Anterior to the axis of the body or a limb, the latter being in the anatomic position.
2. Denoting the portion of a limb bud that lies cranial to the axis of the limb: the radial aspect of the upper limb and the tibial aspect of the lower limb.

preaxial

/pre·ax·i·al/ (pre-ak´se-il) situated before an axis; in anatomy, referring to the lateral (radial) aspect of the upper arm, and the medial (tibial) aspect of the lower leg.

preaxial

(prē-ăk′sē-əl)
adj.
Situated in front of or superior to the median axis of the body or a body part.

pre·ax′i·al·ly adv.

pre·ax·i·al

(prē-ak'sē-ăl)
1. Anterior to the axis of the body or a limb, the latter being in the anatomic position.
2. Denoting the portion of a limb bud that lies cranial to the axis of the limb: the radial aspect of the upper limb and the tibial aspect of the lower limb.

preaxial

situated before an axis; the lateral radial aspect of the forelimb, and the tibial aspect of the hindlimb.
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Skeletal malformations are characteristically limited to the upper limbs in the preaxial radial ray distribution.
6A,B); 2- la orientacion de las ramas suspensorias del parietal es oblicua (figs 6A,B y 7); 3- la expansion preaxial del radio se extiende en los dos tercios distales del largo del hueso (fig.
Autosomal dominant aplasia cutis in three generations and one case with preaxial polydactyly in the last generation.
The incidence of preaxial polydactyly is reported to be as high as 1 in 3000 births.
The ancient, preaxial concepts of Paradise, itself a word stemming from Persian were strongly reinterpreted by axial concepts stemming from a variety of ancient Greek and Hellenistic modes of thought.
Furthermore, variable anomalies of the hands and feet, such as duplicated terminal phalanx of the thumb, triphalangeal thumb (long finger-like thumb with three phalanges instead of two), preaxial polydactyly (thumb duplication), syndactyly (fusion) of the second and third digits, and fifth finger clinodactyly (curving of the fifth finger towards the fourth) have also be seen in cases with LADD [Guven et al.
Congenital tibial aplasia with preaxial polydactyl: soft tissue anatomy as a clue to teratogenesis.
Other reports indicated that mutation in the above chromosome regions resulted in human preaxial polydactyly, mouse Hx, Hm and Ssq limb abnormality, and chicken polydactyly.
However, a number of studies demonstrate that CP is a human teratogen due to its effects such as intrauterine growth retardation and multiple anomalies including microbrachycephaly, coronal craniosynostosis, hypotelorism, shallow orbits, proptosis, blepharophimosis, abnormal and small ears, unilateral preauricular pit, broad, flat nasal bridge, microstomia, high-arched palate, micrognathia, cranial anomalies, preaxial upper limb and post-axial lower limb defects consisting of hypoplastic thumbs, and oligodactyly like bilateral absence of 4th and 5th toes (Enns et al.
2) : preparatory or prerequisite to: premedical b : in advance: beforehand: precancel prepay 2 : in front of: anterior to: preaxial premolar
Todo esto es, en un momento muy temprano, una ruptura radical respecto al periodo preaxial.
The infant had multiple craniofacial and preaxial skeletal anomalies and was diagnosed with Nager's syndrome.