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- adj. Of or pertaining to the epiphysis
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- Pertaining to, or having the nature of, an epiphysis.
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- adj. relating to the epiphysis of a bone
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It can be comminuted (insert number of fragments), compound, angulated (insert degree of angulation), spiral, oblique, transverse, epiphyseal (four main types), diaphyseal or other things.
Therapeutic ultrasound is not recommended during pregnancy, over tissues such as the eyes, heart, spinal column, growing bones, testes, epiphyseal plates, carotid sinuses, cervical stellate ganglion, and vagus nerve.
Abundant shaft fragments, rare epiphyseal portions, and the extremely low representation of axial postcrania as compared to those of the appendicular and craniodental skeletons, combined with the high tooth-marking rates, suggest that the Aramis ecosystem may have matched highly competitive modern settings such as Ngorongoro Crater 10.
Estimated age early to mid-twenties based on the partially fused epiphyseal plates—those are the growth plates near the ends of the long bones.
When the weight of the body is suddenly caught by a member in such manner as to forcefully drive the epiphyseal portions of bone into and against the diaphysis,
There is no change as they cross the epiphyseal line.
The trabeculæ of the former rise from the inner wall of the shaft and continue in perfectly straight lines parallel to the axis of the shaft and proceed to the epiphyseal line, whence they continue in more or less curved lines to meet the articular surface of the knee-joint at right angles at every point.
The principal pathologic change is seen in the epiphyseal lines of long bones and
In rachitis epiphyseal swellings are seen at the wrists and ankle-joints, and in superior cases at the ends of the phalanges of the fingers and toes.
The principal pathologic change is seen in the epiphyseal lines of long bones and beneath the periosteum.