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Paravertebral line at 13.07.2015
Paravertebral line (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== The paravertebral line is an imagined line which runs vertically through the processus transverse (processes of the spine). Specialty:Anatomy Tag:Body [..."at 13.07.2015
Sagittal plane (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== A '''sagittal plane''' is each virtual plane, which cuts the body sagittal ie from anterior to posterior. In a frontal view the sagittal plane is visible as..."at 06.07.2015
Trunk (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== A '''trunk''' in anatomical terms is the massive, central part of the human body without neck, head and limbs. The terminology is not define..."at 06.07.2015
Rudiment (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== A '''rudiment''' is a structure of the body which became smaller, simplified or even lost its function during evolution. Specialty:Anatomy Tag:Comparative..."at 06.07.2015
Rotator (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== A '''rotators''' are muscles or groups of muscles, which cause a rotation in a joint Specialty:Anatomy Tag:Muscle"at 06.07.2015
Rotation (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== A '''rotation''' in anatomical terms are a rotating movement of a limb or a part o fit around its longitudinal axis. Another rotating movement called rotati..."at 06.07.2015
Groove of the back (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== A '''groove of the back''' is a midline of the dorsal side of the trunk which is visible in both genders. ==Anatomy== The groove of the back sta..."at 06.07.2015
Recessus (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Latin: recessus – recess'' <br /> <br /> ==Definition== A '''recessus'' in anatomical terms is a cavity or an excrescence which is often formed by (eg folding of) the me..."at 05.07.2015
Sphincter (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== A '''sphincter''' is a muscle that has circular fiber pathways and encloses an opening as a ring. ==Incidence== <dcMediaViewer showtitle="yes" align="center" s..."at 05.07.2015
Rhabdosphincter (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Greek: ῥαβδω (‚rhabdo‘) – striated'' <br /> <br /> ==Definition== A '''rhabdophincter''' is a sphincter consisting of striated muscles. It is a voluntary..."at 05.07.2015
Os longum (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== '''Os longum''' ('''long bone''') are bones, which have a consistent medullary cavity and like one expect by the name have a longitudinal shape. Examples of..."at 05.07.2015
Circle apophysis (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== A '''circle apophysis''' is a growth zone of the basal plates and striking plates of the body of vertebra. Specialty:Anatomy Tag:Vertebra"at 05.07.2015
Reteoversion (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Latin: retro, vertere – rebound<br /> <br /> ==Musculoskeletal system== A '''retroversion''' describes some particular motion sequences of the limbs: *The movement of an [..."at 05.07.2015
Retinaculum (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Latin: retinaculum'' <br /> <br /> ==Definition== A '''retinaculum''' holds organs or tissue layers ==Examples== *Retinaculum cutis *[Retinaculum extensorum]] *..."at 05.07.2015
Rete venosum (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== '''Rete venosum''' is a term describing a network of connected veins. ==Examples== *Rete venosum dorsal manus: Venous network of the [[back of the hand]..."at 05.07.2015
Rete mirabile (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Latin: rete – network'' <br /> <br /> ==Definition== A '''rete mirabile''' is a division of an arteria in a complex network of small arteries. At the end this network..."at 05.07.2015
Regio vertebralis (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== The '''regio vertebralis''' is a body region on the back, which has the same spots like the thoracic spine and the lumbar spine. ==Anatomy== The reg..."at 05.07.2015
Regio sacralis (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== The '''regio sacralis''' is a body region on the back, which has the same spots like the Os sacrum. ==Anatomy== The region sacralis is on its left and r..."at 05.07.2015
Regio urogenitalis (N) Change comment: Created page with "==Definition== The '''regio urogenitalis''' is a body region in the area of the pelvic outlet and includes the genitals. ==Anatomy== The region urogenitalis lies ven..."at 05.07.2015
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