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arcuate

[′ärk·yə·wət]
(anatomy)
Arched or curved; bow-shaped.
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Narrowing of the median arcuate ligament compresses the celiac trunk and induces a series of symptoms.
In female mice that had already lost more than 70 per cent of their bone density due to experimentally lowered blood estrogen, deletion of arcuate estrogen receptors caused bone density to rebound by 50 per cent in a matter of weeks.
Assessment of the anatomical relationship between the arcuate eminence and superior semicircular canal by computed tomography.
A keyword search of the electronic medical records and radiology reports in the picture archiving and communication system between August 2010 and July 2017 was performed using the terms "median arcuate ligament (MAL) or "celiac trunk compression".
The arcuate artery was absent in 32.5 % of cases (Fig.
Metatarsomere length ratio 1.00:0.58:0.42:0.17:0.58; tarsomere 4 membranous anteroventral lobe broad, 0.5X length of tarsomere 5; claw simple, shallowly arcuate.
Median arcuate ligament syndrome is a less common cause of chronic mesenteric ischemia that may affect younger patients.
The review begins by first describing peripheral hormones that regulate food intake, followed by a discussion of the role of the neuropeptides in arcuate nucleus (ARC).
(b) Arcuate waveforms from the inferior pole with RI = 1.0 prior to operative decompression.
MRA revealed two suspected feeding vessels: a branch off the right ovarian artery parasitized to the uterine arcuate artery (Figure 4) and a branch off the right uterine artery parasitized to the uterine arcuate and radial arteries (Figure 5).