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seg·men·tal

(seg-men'tăl),
Relating to a segment.

segmental

/seg·men·tal/ (seg-men´t'l)
1. pertaining to or forming a segment or a product of division, especially into serially arranged or nearly equal parts.
2. undergoing segmentation.

segmental

pertaining to a segment or to segmentation. See also segmental aplasia, axonopathy, cerebellar atrophy, myelitis.
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The intervening midline vertical septum between the uterus, cervix, and upper vagina is resorbed segmentally beginning in the lower uterine segment and progressing in both directions, (1) as the current case illustrates (Figure 1 and 2).
Common sensory inputs and differential excitability of segmentally homologous reticulospinal neurons in (he hindbrain.
Standard IPA transcription as employed in lyric diction, segmentally oriented as it is, does not adequately account for all the modifications of intonation, stress, and length that is necessary in distinguishing such pairs.
1991: 99A giving it a reading equivalent to modern *hang, which is tonally different from contemporary pronunciation but at least segmentally the same.
However, the medial branches of the dorsal rami are mixed nerves that also independently and segmentally innervate the lumbar multifidus muscles [30].
1963, "Shell-side pressure drop and heat transfer with turbulent flow in segmentally baffled shell-and-tube heat exchangers," Int.
Linearly distributed or segmentally distributed calcifications" are extremely suspicious.
The small and large intestines segmentally contained multifocal to coalescing infiltration of similar cells within the lamina propria and submucosa, resulting in villous blunting and fusion as well as gland and crypt loss.
2 are mediated by recombination between nearby, segmentally duplicated sequences via a mechanism termed nonallelic homologous recombination (NAHR) (10).
Moreover, the psoas may be considered to be clinically deficient if it fails to segmentally hold the vertebrae in place at the level of pain in clients who have segmented lumbar dysfunction (hypermobile segments).
Nociceptive reflexes, like tail-flick and hindpaw withdrawal, are regulated by segmentally organized spinal mechanisms and are present in spinalized animals.