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trig·o·nal

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

trig·o·nal

(trig'ŏ-năl)
Triangular; relating to a trigonum.
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Filming "The Trigonal" was quite the challenge for Monsour.
Peaks denoted as * belong to the presence of the trigonal metal Bi phase (ICSD#64703) whereas light gray squares and open circles correspond to [Bi.sub.25]Fe[O.sub.39] and to the orthorhombic goethite Fe(OO)H phase (ICSD#71808), respectively.
Trigonal versus extratrigonal botulinum toxin-A: A systematic review and meta-analysis of efficacy and adverse events.
Of the remaining 106 patients, 48 received hydrodistention with prior trigonal block and 58 patients only hydrodistention.
Ma, "Trigonal curves and algebro-geometric solutions to soliton hierarchies I," Proceedings of the Royal Society A, vol.
In case of this publication the connection element will be further denoted as trigonal link (cf also Figure 2 and Figure 4).
On cystoscopy, the right ureteral orifice was noted along the right trigonal ridge; however, it was located significantly more distal and medial than would be expected.
Additionally, according to information from the research team, the pigment has a crystal structure in which the chromophore that produces its intense blue is in a trigonal bipyramidal site, which means that the color can be tuned by adjusting the ratio of indium to magnesium.
Symmetry between S and R blocks symmetry breaks due to trigonal bipyramidal 2b site.
However, further research proved that silicon atoms were at the center of a tetrahedron, each nitrogen in trigonal and approximately planar coordination by three silicon (Figure 1b) [22].