transverse diameter

trans·verse di·am·e·ter

[TA]
the transverse diameter of the pelvic inlet, measured between the terminal lines.
Synonym(s): diameter transversa [TA]

trans·verse di·am·e·ter

(trans-vĕrs' dī-am'ĕ-tĕr) [TA]
The diameter of the pelvic inlet, measured between the terminal lines.
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Size of tubers for transverse diameter no less - 35-40 mm.
8] This latter transverse diameter is clearly too small for the transverse arms of the Nova-T, Mirena and Copper-T 380A devices that are available in the private and/or public sectors in SA.
8 cm in maximal transverse diameter (Figures 1 and 2).
From each scute we took the following linear measurements: anteroposterior total diameter, anteroposterior diameter of the central figure, total transverse diameter, and thickness.
3 x as long as broad, and as long as transverse diameter of eye.
The larvae measured 65 [micro]m in maximum transverse diameter and had a 1-[micro]m thick striated cuticle that formed sharply pointed paired single lateral alae (Figure, panel B).
After 13 weeks of gestation, the foetal age may be estimated by the biparietal diameter (the transverse diameter of the head), the head circumference and the length of the femur (the longest bone in the body).
This was associated with displacement of the trachea to the right and narrowing of the airway to a minimum transverse diameter of 7.
The swelling was oval-shaped, well circumscribed, projecting out of the left anterior lateral aspect of the neck with longest transverse diameter stretching from midline of the neck, to the tip of the left shoulder.
Fetal ventriculomegaly was defined as dilated lateral ventricles with a mean transverse diameter of 10 mm or greater.
The transverse diameter of the young egg is about 25[micro]m and its height is about 15-17[micro]m (Fig.

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