In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- It had large, opaque eyes, no nose, and a lipless slit for a mouth with two small orifices on each side.
- We even applied sunscreen to the nostrils, an orifice often overlooked by the uninitiated.
- The ureteral orifices are located at the proximal borders of the trigone area.
- The level of the orifices of the coronary arteries in the sinuses of Valaslva varies in both the vertical and horizontal directions.
- Jordan's hands clasped over the inhaler and pressed the orifice of it and faced it to her mouth.
- Other landmarks used to guide resection are the right and left ureteral orifices and the bladder neck.
- The anal canal ends at the anus, which is the external orifice, or opening, of the digestive tract.
- Hair is found on all parts of the skin except the palm and sole, and the oral, anal, and urogenital orifices.
- The major orifice opposite the aulacophore is the anus, with the mouth somewhere near the ambulacrum.
- The ureters, their resection margins, and internal orifices were free from tumor.
- This helps the surgeon identify the ureteral orifices during bladder dissection and urethral bladder reanastomosis.
- Under the reconstruction favoured here, the right orifice is the mouth and the left the anus, implying a U-shaped gut.
- In addition, no diverticular orifices were identified.
- Teeth are exempted from the requirement, as are incisions in or around natural body orifices.
- On the left there was an obstructing lesion noted at the orifice of the left upper lobe bronchus.
- Anatomists have applied the term cardia to that part of the stomach that lies around the orifice of the tubular esophagus.
- Laparoscopy enables hernial orifices to be observed and tension-free mesh repair to be carried out effectively.
- During excretion, the urethral orifice below the bladder is opened and the urine passes through the urethra.
- Epithelia are tissues lining the outer surface of the body, or the inner surface of organs which have a direct connection to one of the body's orifices.
- The exophytic mass bulged from the roof of the left atrium between the atrial septum and the orifices of the pulmonary veins.
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