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transverse

 [trans-vers´]
extending from side to side; situated at right angles to the long axis.

trans·verse

(trans-vers'), [TA] Do not confuse this word with traverse.
Crosswise; lying across the long axis of the body or of a part.
Synonym(s): transversalis [TA], transversus [TA]
[L. transversus]

trans·verse

(trans-vĕrs') [TA]
Crosswise; lying across the long axis of the body or of a part.
[L. transversus]

trans·verse

(trans-vĕrs') [TA]
Crosswise; lying across the long axis of the body or of a part.
[L. transversus]
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Contributions of transverse reinforcement and concrete to shear force
Caption: Figure 2: Modified transverse paravertebral sonogram at the level of T7.
Varchon, "Calculation of the transverse modulus of a unidirectional composite material and of the modulus of an aggregate: application of the rule of mixtures," Composites Science and Technology, vol.
Vertebral foramen transverse diameter: The maximum distance between two lateral limits of vertebral foramen at the medial line (Sengul & Kadioglu; Gosavi & Vatsalaswamy).
Surgical excision of the pseudo-articulation of the right L5 transverse process with the sacrum was done (Figure 4).
The trial is beginning with nine participants with the most severe form of transverse myelitis.
Right transverse sinus was hypoplastic in 8(3.92%) patients, and of them 2(25%) were found in males and 6(75%) in females.
Computerized tomography of the transverse pericardial sinus: Normal or pathologic?
The researchers found that longitudinal and transverse cracking were more sensitive to slab thickness and base type than other construction variables.
> PARENTS' CLAIM: The on-call ObGyn caused the child's injury by performing a transverse low incision.
Transverse vaginal septum is a rare condition that results from incomplete fusion between the vaginal components of the mullerian ducts and the urogenital sinus.