Of these 25 shells, 20 bore the distinctive angular chips, crescentic
chips or slivered chips found only in mechanically damaged shells.
Caudal fin crescentic
or deeply forked, with filamentous lobes; lateral line scales 40-50.
As with Lake Wyara, Dawson and Boyland (1974) mapped a crescentic
dune on the eastern side (Bindegolly land system), surrounded by an extensive sandplain (Dynevor land system) containing many small (<few ha) closed and semi-closed depressions.
Pendant hoods with crescentic
outline covering the downward-directed lunate cells presumably protect the surface of lunate cells from being scraped by claws and prohibit the generation of the mechanical interlock.
Renal biopsy showed severe necrotizing and crescentic
glomerulonephritis with a generally circumferential nature of the crescents.
Other vasculitides associated with p-ANCA and c-ANCA include microscopic polyangiitis (MPA), renal-limited vasculitis presenting as pauci-immune crescentic
glomerulonephritis, and Churg-Strauss syndrome, as well as other diseases.
Necrotizing and crescentic
changes are found in the glomeruli (1).
In diseases such as necrotizing, crescentic
glomerulonephritis, where there is disruption of Bowman capsule, fibroblasts can migrate from the interstitium into glomeruli and produce interstitial collagens.
These include focal or segmental cyst wall thickening, crescentic
calcification of cyst borders, and the presence of daughter cysts.
Areas of incipient drain structure are sporadically developed, as are areas of scalding Confined stream terrace Sinuous channel within a confined meander belt, internally characterised by abundant scroll bars forming arcuate ridge and swale channel facies topography Ephemeral channel Unconfined stream terrace Lacustrine units Lunette Arcuate (convex-east) crescentic
dunes adjacent to and on the eastern side of dry lakes.
Grave goods a gold crescentic
plate, a copper axe and an awl, a blade and a scraper, stone adze, an antler hammer-axe, a necklace of carnelian, lignite and Spondylus beads, two Spondylus bracelets, six clay vessels and lumps of red ochre.
Patients with pauci-immune crescentic
GN usually have features of one of the systemic vasculitides or develop them at a later time.