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12k-m) and elongate, only slightly curved in sagittal section (Fig.
Age validation in Octopus maya (Voss and Solis, 1966) by counting increments in the beak rostrum sagittal sections of known age individuals.
Fig 6: Photomicrograph of sagittal section of specimen from group C showing thick walled arterioles (BV), bone loss (single arrow), detached bone fragments in periodontal ligament (double arrow) and loss of cementum (triple arrow).
The imaging plane was set in the sagittal section and PDWI using an FSE sequence were acquired.
The one measured in the spider monkey of the present study had a superoinferior diameter measuring 8.12 mm, in a coronal section, and 8.06 mm, in a sagittal section (Fig.
One half of the animal was oriented in the embedding mold to permit the cutting of sagittal sections; the other half was oriented for cutting of transverse sections.
Caption: Figure 1: MRI image of a T2-weighted sagittal section. A huge abdominal tumor derived from the uterus, presenting with uneven intratumor signal.
For adult Amphistomes and their eggs, the following measurements were taken for whole mount and sagittal section (Fig.
Caption: Figure 2: MRI of the left thigh, sagittal section, showing hyperintense signals on T2 weighted images (white arrow).
Sagittal section, from medial (a) to lateral (d) in a similar plane and orientation for plastination (left) and magnetic resonance imaging (right).
"U" shaped uterine cavity, a thickened and inverted uterine fundus on sagittal section, and a "bull's eye" configuration on an axial image are the described MRI findings of uterine inversion.8
The trabecular struts of femur also run aligned in the principal stress direction, which is quite predominantly visible if one pays attention to a sagittal section of the proximal femur.