normal contour

normal contour

[′nȯr·məl ′kan‚tu̇r]
(mapping)
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Caption: FIGURE 6: (a) Normal contour of the oropharynx six months postoperatively.
He had his earlobes stretched by a zero gauge ear piercing and wanted to restore normal contour and anatomy of his earlobes for professional reasons (figure 1).
Clinical evaluation revealed normal contour of the upper face and head.
They think of it in three dimensions, then have to draw it out on a sheet of paper like a normal contour map.
It is also seen as small diverticula filled with contrast material protruding beyond normal contour of endometrial cavity.
By 20th day post-surgery, the owner informed that the ventral distension has considerably reduced and abdomen had almost returned to it's normal contour.
A follow-up nine months later showed no residual tumor, a normal contour of the testis and no evidence of atrophy.
A normal contour excludes a didelphys or bicornuate and the uterus is either normal or septate.
The affected nails also showed horizontally transverse grooves, blackish discolouration and roughness with a flattening of their normal contour. The right third fingernail was also affected similarly with a horizontal groove near the distal edge with discolouration of the nail plate.
Due to weight savings in the action, the 22-inch barrel can retain a normal contour for increased stiffness, hence accuracy The fiberglass stock is bedded tight to the barrel, adding even more stiffness.
INTRODUCTION: The aim of the surgery is narrowing of the nasal base with normal contour.