If the posterior wall was very thick and densely adherent to liver bed then actually a cleavage plane
was created in the gall bladder wall itself and a part of the wall was left behind adherent to the liver, leaving a last portion of fundal attachment.
PV and PF can appear identical on direct immunofluorescence, even though the blister cleavage plane
is very high in PF and usually just above the basal keratinocytes in PV
A number of landmark studies involving either physical or pharmacological manipulation of echinoderm eggs established the ability of the microtubules of the mitotic apparatus to specify the cleavage plane
(reviewed in Rappaport, 1996; Burgess and Chang, 2005).
The finding of this radiopenic centre and the absence of connection to the adjacent bone, the so called cleavage plane
, further aids in the differentiation of MO from malignant lesions of bone.
This was done to establish a cleavage plane
at the apical region, which was identified by a smooth plane with clear vessels.
It appears that the interlocking bands predict the complex cleavage planes
of simultaneous cytokinesis after meiosis in much the saine way as the single PPB predicts the simple cleavage plane
Cell elongation enables long chromatids to clear the cleavage plane
in time for cell division to occur properly.
Objective: To determine the anatomic location of the multifidus-longissimus intermuscular cleavage plane
in a Chinese population and thereby to aid surgery by Wiltse's approach.
At surgery, surprisingly all of the cisterns were obliterated and no cleavage plane
The tumor is identified and is dissected by the cleavage plane
given by the capsule.
These lesions are limited to the external cortex, so a cleavage plane
where the tumor meets normal bone is readily encountered.
The initial cleavage plane
parallels that of the egg axis in most bivalves causing the egg to divide into one smaller blastomere AB and a larger CD.