Definition of Distally. Meaning of Distally. Synonyms of Distally

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Definition of Distally

Distally
Distally Dis"tal*ly, adv. (Anat.) Toward a distal part.

Meaning of Distally from wikipedia

- a part is close to the middle ("proximal") or further from the middle ("distal"). International organisations have determined vocabularies that are often...
- deltoid tuberosity. The inferior boundary of the spiral groove is continuous distally with the lateral border of the shaft. The nutrient foramen of the humerus...
- aponeurosis. The flexor insertion is sided by two fossae — the ungual fossa distally and the proximopalmar fossa proximally. The number of phalanges in animals...
- Distal myopathy is a group of rare genetic disorders that cause muscle damage and weakness, predominantly in the hands and/or feet. Mutation of many different...
- perception begins with an object in the real world, known as the distal stimulus or distal object. By means of light, sound, or another physical process...
- The distal convoluted tubule (DCT) is a portion of kidney nephron between the loop of Henle and the collecting tubule. It is partly responsible for the...
- bones consisting of a shaft or body, a base (proximally), and a head (distally). The body is prismoid in form, tapers gradually from the tarsal to the...
- belly extends distally down to the flexor retinaculum where it p****es over to the medial side to stretch across the sole to the distal phalanx of the...
- loop") and the ascending loop of Henle ("ascending loop"); the distal convoluted tubule ("distal loop"); the connecting tubule, and the last part of nephron...
- collateral ligaments (ACL) originate at the proximal phalanx and are inserted distally at the base of the middle phalanx below the collateral ligaments. The accessory...