truncal


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Related to truncal: truncal ataxia, truncal vagotomy

trun·cal

(trŭn'kăl),
Relating to the trunk of the body or to any arterial or nerve trunk, etc.

truncal

/trun·cal/ (trung´k'l) pertaining to the trunk.

truncal

[trung′kəl]
Etymology: L, truncus
pertaining to the trunk of the body or to any arterial or nerve trunk.

trun·cal

(trŭng'kăl)
Relating to the trunk of the body or to any arterial or nerve trunk.

truncal

of the nature of or pertaining to the trunk.
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6] Arm, leg, and truncal involvements were detected in this case.
A typical cushingoid body habitus is reached by adipose tissue deposition that characteristically results in moon facies, a buffalo hump, and truncal obesity.
Truncal ataxia was observed in neurological examination of our case.
Plasma visfatin was, however, significantly correlated to truncal fat ([r.
This is a combination of high triglycerides, low HDL, truncal obesity [a large waistline], hypertension, and insulin resistance or pre-diabetes.
The above-mentioned dysmorphic findings and truncal obesity were present also in our patient.
Patients in each group had approximately the same total lesion count, and about half in each group had truncal acne lesions, said Dr.
5%) patients showed an excellent response to the therapy, and 42% of patients with truncal acne showed a complete clearance of lesions at the end of 6 months.
The VSD associated with CAT is typically large, extending from the truncal valve to the pars membranacea septi [3].
The military is actively pursuing a range of technologies to eliminate potentially survivable death by truncal hemorrhage.
She was confused with gaze-evoked nystagmus and bilateral abducens nerve palsies, was areflexic with mildly reduced power and limb dysdiadochokinesia, and could not sit because of severe truncal ataxia.