Definition of Falciform. Meaning of Falciform. Synonyms of Falciform

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Definition of Falciform

Falciform
Falciform Fal"ci*form, a. [L. falx, falcis, a sickle + -form: cf. F. falciforme.] Having the shape of a scithe or sickle; resembling a reaping hook; as, the falciform ligatment of the liver.

Meaning of Falciform from wikipedia

- The falciform ligament is a ligament that attaches the liver to the front body wall, and separates the liver into the left lobe and right lobes. The falciform...
- The falx was a weapon with a curved blade that was sharp on the inside edge used by the Thracians and Dacians – and, later, a siege hook used by the Romans...
- Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease that affects humans and other animals. Malaria causes symptoms that typically include fever, tiredness,...
- vestibulocochlear nerve branches. From medial to lateral, the transverse (falciform) crest first divides the meatus into superior and inferior sections; a...
- divided into four lobes and includes the caudate and quadrate lobes. The falciform ligament, visible on the front of the liver, divides the liver into a...
- medial to the falciform ligament with II superior to the portal venous supply and III inferior Segment IV lies lateral to the falciform ligament and is...
- is a degenerative string of tissue that exists in the free edge of the falciform ligament of the liver. The round ligament divides the left part of the...
- posterior fetal fibrovascular sheath of the lens), purely posterior (falciform retinal septum and ablatio falcicormis congenita) and a combination of...
- when viewed from below (left, right, caudate, and quadrate lobes). The falciform ligament divides the liver into a left and right lobe. From below, the...
- the ischial tuberosity. It then spreads along the ischial ramus as the falciform process, whose concave edge blends with the fascial sheath of the internal...
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