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pyriform

pyriform profile
Same as periform.
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USPRwire, Fri Mar 04 2016] Head and neck cancers (HNCs) are a heterogeneous group, consisting of cancers of the mouth, including the lip, tongue, gum, floor of mouth, palate, and other parts of mouth; the salivary glands; the pharynx, including the tonsil, oropharynx, nasopharynx, pyriform fossa, hypopharynx, other mouth/pharynx; the nose, sinuses, and related structures; the larynx; and the thyroid.
0 times the length of spermatheca; spermathecal pyriform, with globular apical portion differentiated from the basal annuli (Ibanez-Bernal 1999).
dCTX1-3 = dorsal cortex 1-3; mCTX = midtemporal cortex; PYR = pyriform cortex; THAL = thalamus; Caudt = caudate; PTMN = putamen; IC = internal capsule; PvWM = periventricular white matter.
III and IV (left or right positions): While inserting the trachea tube, it entered the pyriform sinus and stopped.
Strain code Microscopic characteristics 1 FGCC/BLS1 Short conidiophores with Chains of single called conidia are produced in besipetal succession specialisedconidiogenous cell called a phailide produced singly in groups or branched metulae, giving a brush like appearance (a Penicillus) 2 FGCC/BLS 3 Chains of single called conidia on long conidiophores, are produced in besipetal succession specialisedconidiogenous cell called a phailideproduced singly in groups or branched metulae, giving a brush like appearance (a penicillin) 3 FGCC/BLS 5 Sub-hyaline to hyaline (dark pigmented/brown), septate hyphae, and produces rather large pyriform to globose shaped pycnidiaPhialides line the interior of each pycnidium, which produce single celled conidia.
Acratus is considered a genus between the Ithystenini and the Nemocephalini (SOARES, 1970); it differs from slender Proteramocerus and Teramocerus by the sturdy body (except Acratus apicalis); the head and rostrum are shorter than either Proteramocerus or Teramocerus; the prothorax is pyriform or cylindrical, sulcate; the elytral apex is rounded; the first tarsal segment is almost as long as the length of 2nd and 3rd together.
Other sites for impaction can be base of tongue, retromolar trigone, vallecullae, epiglottis, pyriform fossae and along entire length of oesophagus5.
Autapomorphies include prothoracic defense glands and small, pyriform appendages on the posterior midgut (Tilgner et al.
Asymmetric thickening of the vocal cord on the left side, dilated left pyriform sinus and left laryngeal ventricle, and anteriomedial deviation of the arytenoid cartilage were illustrated.
Plain radiography demonstrated a right upper quadrant pyriform opaque mass with curvilinear calcification.