arcuale

arcuale

[‚ärk·yə′wā·lē]
(embryology)
Any of the four pairs of primitive cartilages from which a vertebra is formed.
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Prevalence of foramen arcuale and its clinical significance: a meta-analysis of 55,985 subjects.
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NOMENCLATURE VARIATION FOR PP Arcuate foramen Atlas bridging Canalis arteriae vertebralis Foramen arcuale Foramen atlantoideum Foramen retroarticular Foramen sagittale Kimmerle anomaly Kimmerle deformity Kimmerle variant Pons posticus Posterior atlantoid foramen Posterior glenoid process Posterior glenoid spiculum Posterior ponticulus Retroarticular ring Retrocondylar bony foramen Table II.
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Operative treatment for cervical vertigo caused by foramen arcuale. Zhonghua Wai Ke Za Zhi 1995;33:137-9.
Clypeal marginanteriorly broadly (male) to moderately (female) V-shaped, clypeal margin laterally arcuale, clypeal border moderately punctate and wrinkled, frons and vertex feebly tumid and finely punctate, eyes dorsally small.