Outcomes of urethral calculi patients in an endemic region and an undiagnosed primary fossa navicularis
For example, a midline well marginated osseous defect within the clivus filled with lymphoid tissue has been described as a fossa navicularis
portuguese populations have a high ecological value, as they successfully occupy dry sandy soils with poor nutrient availability and, therefore, actively contribute for soil retention, nutrient and water cycle regulation in places and conditions where few species succeed (Neto & al.
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Es mas, la figura del navicularius podia coincidir tambien con la del negotiator como es el caso de alguno constatado epigraficamente como negotians vinarius et navicularis
(CIL VI, 9682).
by Hardy and Stevenson (2000b) and Payer (1857), Gibasis is Based on G.
minutissima (Cyperaceae) (Diego-Perez y Gonzalez-Elizondo, en prensa); Paepalanthus lamarckii (Eriocaulaceae) (Espejo y Lopez-Ferrari, en prensa); Xyris navicularis
Only free nerve endings were observed in the fossa navicularis
Urethral calculi are preponderantly found in the prostatic urethra, the bulb, the proximal penile urethra, the fossa navicularis
and external meatus.
The injuries typically involved the fossa navicularis
, followed by the posterior fourchette, labia, and hymen, the researchers said.
A white patch on the prepuce or glans may extend to and around the urethral meatus, frenulum, and fossa navicularis
Anatomically, however, the urethra is divided into five separate segments: fossa navicularis
, penile or pendulous urethra, bulbous urethra, membranous urethra, and prostatic urethra.