normal fold

normal fold

[′nȯr·məl ′fōld]
(geology)
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Transnasal laryngoscopy revealed mild vocal fold atrophy without masses or lesions, normal fold movement, minimal pooling of secretions in the postcricoid area, and vocal fold and postcricoid edema suggesting laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR).
But I think it has been a good move to bring back the banned cricketers in the normal fold of life.
At some point, it's going to be Obama versus one other person, and if that is the wrong other person, the Jews are going to come back to their normal fold in the Democratic Party.
Also included with the GT is a hardtop stand and protective cover for the roof, plus of course the normal fold down electric soft top for near- instant (six-second) open-air motoring.
Presence of a jostle sign suggests CA joint mobility (passive movement of the arytenoid associated with the paralyzed fold when contacted by the arytenoid of the normal fold during adduction).
Infants with trisomy 18 disorder may have palmar dermatoglyphics--an unusual lack of the normal folds and grooves in palms or even fingers because they didn't move in utero.