canaliculus


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Related to canaliculus: Perna canaliculus, tympanic canaliculus

canaliculus

[‚kan·əl′ik·yə·ləs]
(histology)
One of the minute channels in bone radiating from a Haversian canal and connecting lacunae with each other and with the canal.
A passage between the cells of the cell cords in the liver.

canaliculus

A small channel or groove, as a fluting carved on the face of a triglyph.
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The ingredients used were plain wheat flour (Pams Products Ltd., NZ), purple rice distributed by the Big T Supermarket in New Zealand, butter (Dairyworks, NZ), caster sugar (Pams Products Ltd., NZ), baking powder (Edmonds Limited, NZ), salt (Pams Products Ltd., NZ), whole egg (Pams Products Ltd., NZ), vanilla extract (Pams Products Ltd., NZ), xanthan gum (Lotus foods Pty Ltd., Australia), honey (Airborne Honey Limited, NZ), ginger (Zingiber officinale) and galangal (Alpinia galanga) powders, imported by Sunson gifts and the Asian food market, and defatted green-lipped mussel powder (Perna canaliculus) (containing 61.50% protein, 16.70% carbohydrate, 8.89% fat, and 8.46% ash) provided by Aroma New Zealand Limited, Christchurch, NZ.
Absence of population genetic differentiation in the New Zealand green shell mussel Perna canaliculus (Gmelin, 1971) as assessed by allozyme variation.
canaliculus. The factorial increase in MO, observed in this study (1.6-2.0) is very similar to the value of about 2 previously measured due to SDA in M.
The length of the posterior canaliculus is also highly variable, ranging from 3 to 14 mm.
(1.) "Perna canaliculus Lipid Complex PCSO-524[TM] Demonstrated Pain Relief for Osteoarthritis Patients Benchmarked against Fish Oil, a Randomized Trial, without Placebo Control," Zawadzki et al, Journal of Marine Drugs, 2013, 11(6), 19201935; doi:10.3390/md11061920
When faced with a complete loss of canaliculus, a reconstruction with buccal mucosa enveloping silicone stent placed between anterior and posterior lamella may be necessary.
Meanwhile, although the rabbit only has one lacrimal punctum and canaliculus, the lengths and structures of its lacrimal sac and nasolacrimal duct that locates at the posterior part are similar to those found in human physiology, and its lacrimal duct histology is also similar to the human lacrimal duct in some respects.
Bile canaliculus was formed by the edge on both sides of the adjacent hepatocytes, spreading over the liver parenchyma, and expanded into cellular gaps (Fig.1D).
(3,4) Other pathogens known to cause concretions on the lacrimal canaliculus include, Candida albicans, Aspergillus niger, Fusobacterium species, and Nocardia asteroides.
The same procedure done with the upper canaliculus. Using the usual lacrimal intubation tube, the metallic probe is passed to the nasal cavity where the rhinologist pass it out of the nose, the other tube is also passed out of the nose where both are tied together.
Other treatments included: facial fracture repair (n=1), inferior canaliculus repair (n=2), and facial nerve microneural repair (n=3).
Hershman prescribes Glycoflex, a nutritional supplement that contains freeze-dried Perna canaliculus or New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel.