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27] and grayish lime-green with light pinkish-purple wash at base; sporangium heavily brown-streaked and with 20-40% velum coverage; megaspore surface smooth, prominently ornamented with broad, often vermiform muri [Fig.
Amyand's hernia-a vermiform appendix presenting in an inguinal hernia: A case series.
4,9] None of the reports prior to this one identified a cystoscopic finding of vermiform mucous strands within the bladder, which is indicative of an upper tract source, similar to the finding of vermiform blood clots.
Vermiform kaolinite also occurs as a result of k-feldspar alteration.
Appendix anomalies may have grave consequences if overlooked during an operation, or have forensic implications where a second exploratory laparotomy reveals a 'previously removed' vermiform appendix.
In a 1961 letter to Leonard Bernstein, Gellhorn described her own surprise at her new style: "I have evidently had a moral change of life; I am becoming a dime store Jane Austen, the poor man's Nancy Mitford (with vermiform conscience).
The Trusteeship Council, defined by the UN Charter as one of the "principal organs" of the UN, has withered to a kind of vermiform appendix, holding only token meetings to acknowledge that it has no business to transact.
Key Words: appendicitis, myonecrosis, obturator hernia, surgery, vermiform appendix
It explains the poor design of humans (such as 'muscles that can no longer move ears, useless body-hair, a vermiform appendix that serves no purpose, the remnants of a tail, and so on' (121) and other animals, as well as the presence of evil in the world, neither of which is easily compatible with a benevolent creator God.
Is it not possible that aggressiveness, if it is to some extent genetically determined, has become a vestige like the vermiform appendix or the ability of some people to wiggle their ears?
Slit lamp examination will help to identify any localised structural anomalies (for example, note if pupils are oval, irregular or peaked and if there are unusual movements such as vermiform movements).