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appendicular skeleton

[‚ap·ən′dik·yə·lər ′skel·ə·tən]
(anatomy)
The bones of the pectoral and pelvic girdles and the paired appendages in vertebrates.
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Appendicular skeletal muscle mass: effects of age, gender, and ethnicity.
Predicting appendicular lean and fat mass with bioelectrical impedance analysis in older adults with physical function decline -The PROVIDE study.
The patient must be monitored closely for bleeding, which can result from damage to the appendicular or posterior cecal artery during surgery (Lee, 2017).
The radiological appearances of IH in the appendicular skeleton is highly variable and non-specific, and thus it is often difficult to diagnose these lesions preoperatively.
On further evaluation, the abdominal US showed a 3 cm x 4 cm appendicular phlegmon with minimal fluid leak.
Various skeletal sites are found to be affected in SAPHO syndrome, including anterior chest wall (65% to 90% of cases), spine (30% of cases with thoracic spine being the most frequently affected part of spine), appendicular skeleton including long bones (5% to 10% of cases), and mandibular area (1% to 10% of cases) [6, 7, 9].
Kim, "Laparoscopic approach to a case of appendicular schwannoma," Journal of the Korean Society of Coloproctology, vol.
The study also achieved important secondary endpoints, demonstrating statistically significant increases in appendicular lean body mass and total lean body mass for all doses of VK5211, compared to placebo.
The study also reached secondary endpoints, indicating statistically significant increases in appendicular lean body mass and total lean body mass for all doses of VK5211 compared against placebo.
Background: Limb-salvage surgery is the standard procedure for the treatment of appendicular osteosarcoma.