10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SYMPHYSES»
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Primate Origins: Adaptations and Evolution: Adaptations and ...
The overall similarity of treeshrew and strepsirrhine jaw-muscle activity patterns
during chewing as compared to anthropoids mirrors observed differences in the
morphology of their mandibular symphyses. Treeshrews, greater galagos and ...
Matthew J. Ravosa, Marian Dagosto, 2007
Evolutionary History of the "Robust" Australopithecines
3.10 indicate that the extinct hominids have an unusually thick symphysis while
the great apes (particularly chimpanzees and orangutans) have an unusually
deep symphysis, we might conclude that these apes have deep symphyses in
Primate Craniofacial Function and Biology
Thus, it is reasonable to assume that goats and other unfused selenodont
artiodactyls also transversely twist their symphyses, for which symphyseal
interdigitations in addition to ligaments and other connective tissues, likely
provide some ...
Chris Vinyard, Matthew J. Ravosa, Christine Wall, 2008
The Edinburgh Practice of Physic, Surgery, and Midwifery: ...
pressure of the gravid uterus on the trunks of the vessels which are distributed to
these symphyses. An alteration in the fluids themselves he supposes likewise to
be necessary. But though the predisposing cause of this separation must be the ...
Textbook of Radiographic Positioning & Related Anatomy - ...
These joints are synar- throdial or amphiarthrodial and are held together by two
types of cartilage—symphyses and synchondroses. 1. Symphyses The essential
feature of a symphysis is the presence of a broad, flattened disk of fibrocartilage ...
Snake Hill: An Investigation of a Military Cemetery from the ...
closure, and remodeling of the following: pubic symphyses, sternal rib ends, and
iliac auricular surfaces (the latter being the area of subchondral bone forming the
iliac portion of the sacroiliac joint). The SucheyBrooks criteria were applied to ...
Susan Pfeiffer, Ronald E. Williamson, 1991
A compendious system of midwifery: chiefly designed to ...
That, separation was not obtained in any one instance without tearing the sacro-
iliac symphyses, and that tearing, which began sooner or later, was more or less
considerable, according to the particular form of the pelvis on which we operated,
William Potts Dewees, 1832
(3) Symphyses are joints joined by fibrocartilage and in which the two opposing
surfaces are covered by hyaline articular cartilage. Symphyses are also
considered cartilaginous joints. The strength of the fibrocartilage allows for only a
A Manual of Practical Obstetrics: Arranged So as to Afford a ...
sacro-iliac symphyses. When the operation is com— pleted, the 'la'bour is to be
left to the efforts of nature, or if the circumstances of the case demand it, we may
terminate it by the aid of the hand or the forceps. _ As soon as the delivery is ...
Jules Hatin, François Magendie, 1828
which are more geneTally termed symphyses, are, that of the ossa pubis, that of
the sacrum with the iliac bones, that of the sacrum with the coccyx, and the
articulation of the last lumbar vertebra with the sacrum, to which must be added
Jacques Pierre Maygrier, 1833
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SYMPHYSES»
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Sexualité après un cancer gynécologique : la place de l'éducation …
Avant, on ne préconisait pas d'avoir des rapports pour "entretenir" la cavité vaginale : on observait donc des symphyses vaginales, la fusion des parois ... «allodocteurs, Oct 14»
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Hélas oui. Le talc entraîne des symphyses (sortent de zones de collage) qui peuvent être extrêmement difficiles voire impossibles à scinder pour le chirurgien. «allodocteurs, Mar 14»
Incisors of primitive rhino found from the Early Miocene
Although Aprotodon has an enormous size, the previously found material included only some fragmental mandibular symphyses with huge tusks from South and ... «HeritageDaily, Jul 13»
People Scared Of Google Glass Call On White House To Ban The …
You know, guys with their pants down below their pubic symphyses, other folks who insist on assaulting the public with views of their anatomy we'd rather not ... «WebProNews, May 13»
Dissecting the “Killer” Walrus
... have relatively loose mandibular symphyses, which might give them the flexibility to move their jaws into positions that minimize the risk of breaking their teeth. «National Geographic, Jan 13»