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digitation

[‚dij·ə′tā·shən]
(geology)
A secondary recumbent anticline emanating from a larger recumbent anticline.
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During routine anatomical dissection of the supraclavicular and infraclavicular regions on the left side of an adult male cadaver at Department of Anatomy, Medical College, Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina, we observed a supernumerary muscle that was attached, anteriorly, to the first costal cartilage and ran posteriorly and laterally crossing over the brachial plexus and subclavian vessels to end inserted on the fascia of the posterior surface of the serratus anterior muscle between its first two digitations, about 15 mm medially to the suprascapular notch (coracoid notch).
* Loss of hippocampal internal architecture and that of normal digitations of the head.
Histological features showed deep epithelial digitations in the nail bed that lined a crater-like area with intense papillomatosis at the base of the crater and acantholytic suprabasal clefts inside the tumour.
Constipation was also self-evaluated during the whole study period using a diary where the patients indicated the numbers of bowel movements, sense of incomplete evacuation (yes/no), straining at defecation (yes/no), number of ineffective defecation attempts, help for defecation (laxatives, suppositories, enema, and digitations), associated GI symptoms (mild, moderate, and severe), and impairment of daily activities.
Malocclusion was based on evaluation of occlusion, checked for maximum inter digitations, midline relationship, molar relationship and attrition wear facet relationship.
Histopathological examination of the skin lesion showed a focus of epidermal hyperplasia with papillomatosis and epidermal digitations. The granular layer was thickened and showed coarse keratohyalin granules with marked vacuolization of the granular and upper spinous layers.
Teliospores 1-2 celled, ellipsoid to cylindrical, cinnamon brown to pale brown at the base, while chestnut brown at the apex, 14-18 x 24-39 um excluding digitations; wall 1-1.5 um thick, smooth; digitations 2-13 um long; pedicel short, light brown, persistent, 8 um long.
In addition, we reported that the cholesterol chelating agent, methyl-[beta]-cyclodextrin, diminished cell adhesion by decreasing desmosomes and intercellular digitations. A decrease in the cholesterol level may perturb CD133 membrane localization [50].
5, fama) comprising extensive series of oral ridges, those on upper part of fama (immediately posteriad to maxillary palps) formed of fringes of uniform, closely-abutting finger-like digitations (Fig.
This paper provides examples of subject areas attuned to digitations including literature, history, current events, sociology, health and science, and local collections.
Ministerial Network for Valorizing Activities in Digitations. <http://www.minervaeurope.org/whatis.htm> [Consulta: 3 maio 2008].
The Digitogorgia type gorgonea have digitations in the distal region of the scales of the polyps, and the absence of spines on the eight marginal scales and on the eight rows filled with scales that cover the polyp.