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WHAT DOES EPIPHYSIAL MEAN IN ENGLISH?
The epiphyseal plate is a hyaline cartilage plate in the metaphysis at each end of a long bone. The plate is found in children and adolescents; in adults, who have stopped growing, the plate is replaced by an epiphyseal line.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «EPIPHYSIAL» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EPIPHYSIAL»
Discover the use of epiphysial in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to epiphysial and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Clinically Oriented Anatomy
The chon— drocytes in the middle of the epiphysis hypertrophy, and the bone
matrix (extracellular substance) between them Epiphysial Secondary ossification
center Periosteum . . , I (epiphysis) Primary I ossification _ \Epiphysial center i',—
Keith L. Moore, Arthur F. Dalley, A. M. R. Agur, 2013
The Archaeology of Human Bones
Although, like other aspects of bone maturation, it is more affected by extrinsic
factors than dental calcification or eruption (Lewis and Garn 1960), it is usual to
use epiphysial fusion as a method of estimating age at death in skeletons of ...
Simon Mays, 2002
Agnathan Fishes: Cyclostomes The epiphysial complex of cyclostomes consists
of a pineal organ and a parapineal organ, although the latter may be lacking in
some species. Both organs possess variably shaped end vesicles that project ...
David O. Norris, James A. Carr, 2013
The Archaeology of Animal Bones
EPIPHYSIAL FUSION The limb bones of mammals develop from several centres
of ossification (Chapter 2). In an immature animal, a typical limb bone has three
parts: the shaft or diaphysis, and the proximal and distal epiphyses, which are ...
Terence Patrick O'Connor, Terry O'Connor, 2008
Manual of Surgery: Volume Second: Extremities-Head-Neck
Morbid Anatomy.—In a true separation the epiphysial cartilage remains attached
to the epiphysis. As a rule the epiphysis is not completely separated from the
diaphysis, the common lesion being a separation along part of the epiphysial line
Cunningham's textbook of anatomy
Superior epiphysial plate. 3. Anterior bar of transverse process developed by
lateral extension from root of vertebral arch. 4. Neuro-central synchondrosis. 5.
Inferior epipbysial plate. Lumbar vertebra. 6. Body. 7. Superior epiphysial plate. 8
Daniel John Cunningham, 1818
Wheater's Functional Histology
10.18 SC D C E epiphysis GP epiphysial growth plate V SC E GP B Epiphysial
growth plate Fig. 10.20. E GP Endochondral ossification is a method of bone
formation that permits functional stresses to be sustained during skeletal growth.
Barbara Young, James S. Lowe, Alan Stevens, 2006
Biology of Cartilage Cells
Where endochondral ossification is quiescent and the primary requirement
appears to be nutrition, the boundary is still vascular but the calcified lamina is
quite thin, as in the epiphysial side of the growth plate or in the hyaline cartilage ...
Robert Amos Stockwell, 1979
Metaphysis The epiphysial ends of a diaphysis are called metaphyses. Each
metaphysis is the zone of active growth. Before epiphysial fusion, the metaphysis
is richly supplied with blood through end arteries forming 'hair-pin' bends. This is
Anatomy Vol. - III
S. Mitra. Surgical neck lodging axillary nerve and posterior humeral circumflex
artery Spiral groove lodging radial nerve and arteria profunda brachii Dinar nerve
Epiphysial line Capsular ligament Medial supracondylar line Capsular ligament ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «EPIPHYSIAL»
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School violence still an issue at hagwon
One of the boy's epiphysial plates was injured and he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, she said. “Now his classmates call ... «Korea JoongAng Daily, Mar 15»
Monitoring High Risk Pregnancy and Its Outcome
... by somatotrophic activity as demonstrated by growth promoting activity, baby weight gain, nitrogen retention and tibial epiphysial growth (11). «hcp.obgyn.net, Jul 11»
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