3 times as long as preceding somite, tapering posteriorly; with naked rounded anal operculum; the two sensilla associated to the anal operculum separated by a gap about as wide as the width of the anal operculum, and displaced medially
Lower epigastria vessels were identified and 1-cm incisions were made through transverse fascia medially
in Hesselbach triangle (Fig.
Coxal plates of pereomeres 1, 2 and/or 3 extending medially
over dorsal surface of body.
The most important assessment tool is static postural assessment, which will reveal the characteristic protracted scapulae, medially
rotated humeri, hyperkyphotic upper thoracic spine, and an anterior head posture (hypolordotic lower cervical spine and a hyperlordotic upper cervical spine).
Close to its posterior attachment it gives off a small band of fibres (fasciculus), hnown as the posterior meniscofemoral ligament, or the ligament of Wrisberg, passing upward and medially
to insert into the medial condyle of the femur, immediately behind the attachment of the posterior cruciate ligament.
Mesoscutum weakly and uniformly reticulate, with setae almost only in a single line along imaginary notaulic courses and a single line laterally; notauli absent; hind margin medially
with a distinct, transverse prolongation covering base of scutellum, at each side with about six setae above the small scuto-scutellar grooves.
It extended inferiorly to the right infratemporal fossa, posteriorly to the petrous bone close to the right carotid canal, inferomedially to the right parapharyngeal space, medially
to the right lateral nasal wall, anterosuperiorly to the right orbit through the inferior orbital fissure, superoanteriorly compressing the right optic canal and superoposteriorly to the sphenoid bone.
In the diagrams colon (:) has been placed after geminate consonants1 at word final position whereas this method was not applied word medially
for the reason that does not show clearer picture of syllable boundaries.
The scan detected a soft tissue structure, 12 x 13 x 14 mm, behind the left eyeball, adjacent to and medially
dislodging the optic nerve.
For femoral nerve block, if the needle is too medial, then redirecting it more medially
as advised is unlikely to help.
8x longer than pronotum, slender and roughly of uniform width in males, mostly [+ or -] swollen medially
66 times as wide as long; collar narrow; anterior margin feebly sinuate; anterolateral angles slightly produced beyond collar; anterolateral borders deeply concave, angular; lateral borders of hind lobe subparallel, converging anteriorly; posterior margin sinuate; disc medially
with longitudinal depression on anterior lobe, flanked by 2 (1 + 1) large callosities; 2 (1 + 1) zig-zag carinae extending fore and hind lobe sublaterally; posterior lobe medially
transversely elevated with granulate carina, sloping and shiny anteriorly.