Nutrient Foramen

Nutrient Foramen Latin: nutrire - to feed Synonym: Foramen nutricium, Foramen nutriens German: Foramen nutricium 1 Definition The nutrient foramen is a small orifice inside of the substantia compacta

Portal circulation

Portal circulation German: Portalgefäßsystem 1 Definition A portal circulation are connecting veins, which are an additional network of vessels between arterial and venous circulation. The veins betwe


Dorsal from the Latin: dorsum — the back German: Dorsal Definition Dorsal is an adjective with the meanings: pertaining to the back; lying on the back; a position more toward the back surface. Example


Nucleotide German: Nukleotid Contents 1 Definition 2 Composition 3 Structure 3.1 Nucleoside monophosphates 3.1.1 Deoxyribonucleotide 3.1.2 Ribonucleotide 3.2 Nucleoside polyphosphates 3.3 Cyclic nucle

Flexor carpi radialis muscle

Flexor carpi radialis muscle Synonym: radial hand flexor German: Musculus flexor carpi radialis Contents 1 Definition 2 Devolution 2.1 Origin 2.2 Insertion 3 Innervation 4 Function 1 Definition The fl


Rhabdosphincter Greek: ῥαβδω (‚rhabdo‘) - striated German: Rhabdosphincter Definition A rhabdophincter is a sphincter consisting of striated muscles. It is a voluntary sphincter unlike the lissosphinc


Organ from greek: organon - body part German: Organ The term organ designates a part of a body consisting of different tissues in the form a functional unit of a whole organism. Frequently, organs are

Vermiform appendix

Vermiform appendix from Latin: vermis - worm Synonyms: blind gut, vermix, cecal appendix, caecal appendix German: Appendix vermiformis Contents 1 Definition 2 Anatomy 2.1 Anatomical variability 3 Hist


Atrium from the Latin: atrium — hall or entrance room, atrium German: Atrium Definition An atrium (plural: atria) is a cavity or chamber within a body or organ (such as the heart) affording entrance o

Muscle insertion

Muscle insertion German: Muskelansatz 1 Definition The term muscle insertion refers to a certain point of a bone (in some cases also a certain point of a fascia), in which a certain muscle, as well as

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