pyriform


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pyriform

pyriform profile
Same as periform.
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Pyriform sinus malformations: A cadaveric representation.
Ampulla not wider than ectal duct when young, but pyriform, 44-48 [micro]m wide and at least 80 [micro]m long when mature and filled with irregularly located sperm bundles; then its wall measures only 2-3 [micro]m.
4) A recurrent left neck abscess or bacterial thyroiditis should raise the suspicion for persistent pyriform fistula.
If no obvious primary tumor is identified, biopsies from the base of the tongue, nasopharynx, and pyriform sinus (hypopharynx) should be taken.
It differs from the latter however in the absence of pyriform swellings on the hyphae.
Spigots: AC = aciniform gland spigots(s), CO = colulus, CY = cylindriform gland spigot(s), PI = pyriform gland spigot(s), SH = serrate hairs.
This lichen has pyriform asci similar to the illustration of A.
The acrosome may be absent or abnormal and the head may be amorphous, tapering, pyriform, double, or have a flat side/base.
Larynx preservation in pyriform sinus cancer: preliminary results of a European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer phase III trial.
The specific imaging features of vocal cord paralysis on CT or MRI include atrophy of the thyroarytenoid muscle, anteromedial deviation of the arytenoid cartilage, enlarged laryngeal ventricle, enlarged pyriform sinus, and a paramedian or intermediate vocal cord.
Robbins was able to trace refluxed material not only into the patient's pyriform sinuses, but also into the trachea, so his recurrent pneumonia could be explained by the fact that he was a silent aspirator.