manubrium


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manubrium

[mə′nü·brē·əm]
(anatomy)
The triangular cephalic portion of the sternum in humans and certain other mammals.
The median anterior portion of the sternum in birds.
The process of the malleus.
(botany)
A cylindrical cell that projects inward from the middle of each shield composing the antheridium in stoneworts.
(invertebrate zoology)
The elevation bearing the mouth in hydrozoan polyps.
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Table 1 Geometry configurations of the TM Real dimensions Parameter [11] Model Diameter along the manubrium, mm 8.
Accordingly, if on lateral cervical spine a plum line dropping from the basion falls behind the manubrium, cervical instrumentation from C2 to C7 suffice [3].
This is characteristic of feeding responses in which prey, captured by a tentacle, is transferred to the manubrium by contraction of the tentacle and inward bending of the pedalium (Larson, 1976).
They arise from the anterolateral surface of the manubrium sterni and the medial third of the superior surface of the clavicle, respectively (1).
Electromagnetic surface markers were adhered to the skin overlying the manubrium and the superior surface of the acromion and to a cuff at the distal humerus.
11) It is suspended by the stylohyoid ligaments as well as muscles attaching to the mandible, styloid processes, thyroid cartilage, manubrium and scapulae.
A bone scan on July 18 demonstrated increased activity within the anterior aspect of the skull, at the right shoulder overlapping the glenoid and acromioclavicular joint, within the manubrium, and also within the distal right femur.
Identification: D II-VI (9-13), A II-IV 9-15, dorsal fin high and pointed, adipose fin present, pelvic fins with well developed axillary process, vertebrae 65-68, manubrium absent, with hook-shaped processes on the capitulum, anterior edge of hyomandibular round, only 19 to 26 gill rakers present on lower limb of first gill arch.
The mass was abutting the major mediastinal vessels, overlying the manubrium sterni and chest wall, and was associated with bilateral pleural effusion.
The chin to manubrium sterni distance was measured as 5 cm, occiput to wall distance as 9 cm, chest expansion as 2 cm, hand to floor distance as 5 cm, dorsal Schober as 1 cm, and the modified lumbar Schober as 3 cm.
Four patients had the addition of surgical wire fixation from the medial clavicle to the manubrium.
A blind-ending sinus that ended on the manubrium sternum was dissected out.