sutural


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su·tur·al

(sū'chūr-ăl),
Relating to a suture in any sense.

su·tur·al

(sū'chŭr-ăl)
Relating to a suture in any sense.

sutural

(sū′tū-răl) [L. sutura, a seam]
Rel. to a suture.
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Elytra with a sutural stripe of white 4 hairs on posterior half 3'.
Chelicera: proximally yellow with two sutural brown patches, medially and distally chestnut brown; paturon about six times diameter of AME.
gunteri by the presence of more numerous and smaller pores, lesser development of sutural bridges and fewer umbilical bosses.
glabrofasciatum (Daniel, 1900) but differs by elytra with only a distinct sutural band of white pubescence in both sexes (elytra with the other complete or incomplete bands of white pubescence besides of sutural band in M.
transkeiensis, compared to the nominal subspecies; (b) its 'dark olive pronotum'; (c) the background sepia colour of the elytra, 'with the angular dots smaller' than in the nominal subspecies; and (d) a narrow sutural 'band not reaching the humeral calli' (Allard 1991).
However, signs of increased intracranial pressure are rare given that the calvaria is capable of expanding without restraint via sutural widening.
The surgeon's comment: "The Tissue Bonding technology techniques enable the surgeon to reliably bond the large intestine, and to do a hemostatic bond before anastomosing and bringing the intestine down, without application of needles, sutural materials, staples or other foreign matter.
In addition, the sutural stria is not recurrent at the apex of the elytra, but the frontal furrows are strongly divergent behind the eyes, as in Trechus (Lindroth 1985).
Metastatic neuroblastoma to the CNS with sutural diastasis