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trig·o·nal

(trig'ō-năl),
Triangular; relating to a trigonum.

trigonal

/tri·go·nal/ (tri´go-nal)
1. triangular.
2. pertaining to a trigone.

trig·o·nal

(trig'ŏ-năl)
Triangular; relating to a trigonum.

trigonal

1. triangular.
2. pertaining to a trigone.

trigonal-colonic anastomosis
a method of diverting urine flow by surgically joining the trigone of the bladder to the colon.
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However, the main reason for these high loads as well as the specific curve shape is the amount of free mass forces of the trigonal link.
The temperature where the crystals originated is unknown, and observations during collection times suggest a variety of atmospheric conditions, but there was a preference for trigonal crystals at lower temperatures.
Table 1: Indications for D J Stenting INDICATION FOR DJ STENTING NUMBER OF PATIENTS (n = 90) Ureteric Calculus 38 PUJ Obstruction 20 Hydronephrosis 25 Nephrolithiasis 4 Bifid Ureter 1 Ureteric Stricture 2 Table 2: Complications COMPLICATION NUMBER OF PATIENT (n = 90) Frequency 33 Dysuria 32 Hematuria 15 Migration 7 Urinary tract infection 20 Encrustration 3 Fracture 0 Erosion of Ureter 0 Trigonal Oedema 15
In the case of a painful trigonal process, bone scan may show increased uptake, suggestive of a trigonal process stress fracture.
A cyano-bridged single-molecule magnet: slow magnetic relaxation in a trigonal prismatic Mn Mo 6(CN) 18 cluster.
The cusp of these teeth is generally obliquely trigonal and rather coarsely dentate, with the central denticle often spathulate, but in Granata the cusps are less oblique and, like the rachidian, finely serrate (Fig.
Ankara, Turkey) explores ramifications of the close relation between elliptic surfaces and trigonal curves in ruled surfaces, skeletons (also called dessins d'enfants and quilts among other things), and subgroups of the modular group gamma : = PSL(2,Z).
w]; its branch curve is the disjoint union of the exceptional section s' and some trigonal curve C on [F.
Investigating the plasmon spectra of both perfect and snipped trigonal prisms (DDA modelling results) shows three peaks; the strongest one is in the visible range and very sensitive to triangular snipping.
Unlike in calcite the carbonate ions do not lie in a single plane pointing in the same direction, instead they lie in the two plane that point in opposite direction which destroy the trigonal symmetry of the calcite structure.