ventrodorsal


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ventrodorsal

(vĕn′trō-dôr′səl)
adj.
Both ventral and dorsal; extending from a ventral to a dorsal surface.

ven′tro·dor′sal·ly adv.

ventrodorsal

(vĕn″trō-dor′săl) [″ + dorsum, back]
In a direction from the front to the back.
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Lateral (A) and ventrodorsal (B) skull radiographs of the Swainson's toucan described in Figure 1 at 3.5 years after initial presentation, showing several masslike opacities in the maxillary diverticulum of the infraorbital sinus (arrows).
Preoperative Norberg angle measurements were compared with Norberg angle measurements on ventrodorsal pelvis graphs taken at postoperative 2nd month.
Ventrodorsal radiographs were taken preoperatively and every week to observe the lungs and thoracic cavity.
As shown in our previous study, [sup][34] a portion (2.0 mm ventrodorsal length) of the load-bearing region at the medial tibial plateau was identified as a region of interest [Figure 1].
For radiography of the specimens the lateral and ventrodorsal position were used.
Sonninen [12] presented that ST muscle contributed to the lengthening of the vocal folds by ventrodorsal gliding in the cricothyroid articulation resulting in forward movement of the thyroid cartilage.
Therefore assessment of the respiratory system was limited to owner report and complete thoracic radiographs (right and left lateral and ventrodorsal or dorsoventral).
galloprovincialis draws in water through the inhalant siphon area creating a posteroanterior and ventrodorsal current flow that transports suspended particles to the oral region and expels waste and water through the exhaling siphon area (Sleigh 1989).
--Orthopedic Foundation Association evaluation: An evaluation of a ventrodorsal radiograph of the extended coxofemoral joints for hip dysplasia.