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plica

[′plī·kə]
(biology)
A fold, as of skin or a leaf.
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Lunula en vista dorsal con plicas radiales, paralelas y basales (Fig.
The medial parapatellar plica was debrided, and no further impingement was noted during subsequent flexion/extension.
Evaluation should include the mediopatellar plica test, which is performed with the patient lying supine with the knee fully extended.
The plica semilunaris is thought to be the remains of a nictitating membrane or third eyelid (from the Latin nictare, meaning blink).
Plica also features Molami's signature twisted fabric cord, equipped with a three-click microphone and remote.
Key words: Procyon lotor, Didelphis virginiana, Mephitis mephitis, Arthrocephalus lotoris, Baylisascaris procyonis, Capillaria plica, Mesocestoides, Oochoristica, Physaloptera maxillaris, Physaloptera turgida, Plagiorchis elegans, Plagiorhynchus cylindraceus, helminth parasites, Nebraska
Hay reportes en la literatura sobre los efectos beneficos de la omision del desarrollo de la plica vesicouterina en la cesarea, ya que se ha demostrado que las lesiones no intencionales de la vejiga son complicaciones raras de la operacion cesarea y que pueden ser mas frecuentes durante la diseccion o formacion de la plica vesical resultando esta medida paradojica.
Oculocutaneous KS may precede, follow or develop concurrently with the visceral form and may involve the eyelid skin, conjunctiva, plica semilunaris, caruncle, lacrimal sac and rarely the lacrimal gland and orbit.
No es muy necesario describir este item que se ex plica por si solo.
Depresion incluye una pauta que por lo general involucra llanto, agitacion, negacion de un problema: aislamiento depresivo consistente en conducta apatica y no responsiva, que a veces representa una fase en que la recuperacion im plica retomo al optimismo e interes en la vida.
The model which I use for teaching, has the following features: a blue line on top to delineate the cervico-vesical plica, a pink colored core (stroma), and a soft tissue covering the stroma representing the cervical epithelium or mucosa.