right branch

right branch

[TA]
of a pair of branches, the branch passing to the right side of the body, to the right member of a bilateral pair of structures, or to the right portion of an unpaired structure; the other member of the pair being a left branch. Terminologia Anatomica list(s) right branch(es) (ramus dexter) of the following: 1) hepatic artery proper (ramus dexter arteriae hepaticae propriae [TA]); and 2) portal vein (ramus dexter venae portae hepatis [TA]).
Synonym(s): ramus dexter [TA]
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It was on the right branch, or head stream of the river, locked up among cliffs and precipices where there was no danger from roving bands, and where the Blackfeet dare not enter.
A copy of the reports along with health department's order to the MTIs for appropriate action was submitted to the human right branch of Supreme Court.
(11) Otsu (1980) argues that Rendaku applies only to elements that are on a right branch at the lowest level of compound structure (Right Branch Condition, Otsu 1980).
"We are confident that following these changes we will have the right branch network to serve our customers' changing needs, and we expect the size of our network to remain stable for the foreseeable future."
Preoperatively, a CT scan demonstrated a 3b PVT, with partial thrombosis of the SMV and a complete thrombosis of the right branch of the portal vein (Figure 1), along with diffuse portosystemic shunts (Figure 1).
Majority of caudate lobes had a single branch of hepatic artery from left branch supplying them (80.56%) and only 3 livers (8.33%) had supply from right branch alone.
The Arabic-language al-Mayadeen tv network reported earlier today that the army men are ready to cross the right branch of the river.
We've also been investing in our services and in technology, and making sure we have the right branch network.
For the former case, after starting from the basin of attraction of the right branch of the critical curve, all the trajectories of system (1.1) enters into an O([epsilon])-neighborhood of the critical curve g(y) = f (x), after going through the turning point, they stay near the repelling branch for a constant distance until it jumps off at x = [x.sup.*.sub.0].