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branchial

[′braŋ·kē·əl]
(zoology)
Of or pertaining to gills.
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Branchial rickettsia-like infection associated with clam Venerupis rhomboides mortality.
We can therefore speculate that so-called middle ear choristomas may, at least in some cases, originate in the endodermal layer of the first branchial pouch of the primitive pharynx.
The final diagnosis was branchial cyst with carcinoma, lymphatic invasion, and incomplete excision.
The base is fixed to the branchial arch by connective tissues and perforated by nutrient canals along the entire basal edge.
First branchial cleft cysts appear as simple or complicated unilocular cystic lesions within, superficial, or deep to the parotid gland on CT and MRI (Figure 7).
4E), where transverse and oblique rows occur, and the branchial region ventral to the pectoral fins (Fig.
This was particularly true for the jaws and branchial arches.
Features of complete vascular rings especially with right arch present Vascular Embryology Oesophagography Other findings anomaly Double aortic Persistence Bilateral Most common arch of 4th impressions on vascular ring branchial sides of anomaly.
Cheng and Chen (1995) reported the synergism of GH and IGF-I in stimulation of sulphate uptake by branchial cartilage in teleost fishes.
Vertebrae were collected either from the area under the dorsal fin or above the branchial chamber, stored on ice, and later frozen upon arrival at the laboratory.