Definition of Pectinately. Meaning of Pectinately. Synonyms of Pectinately

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Definition of Pectinately

Pectinately
Pectinately Pec"ti*nate*ly, adv. In a pectinate manner.

Meaning of Pectinately from wikipedia

- The pectinate muscles (musculi pectinati) are parallel ridges in the walls of the atria of the heart. They are so-called because of their resemblance...
- The pectinate line (dentate line) is a line which divides the upper two thirds and lower third of the anal canal. Developmentally, this line represents...
- Pectinate may refer to: Pectinate line, a line which divides the upper two thirds and lower third of the anal canal Pectinate muscles, parallel ridges...
- simple columnar epithelium. The lower half of the anal canal, below the pectinate line, is divided into two zones separated by Hilton's white line. The...
- length by folds called anal valves, which converge at a line known as the pectinate line. This represents the point of transition between the hindgut and...
- atria interatrial septum pectinate muscles terminal sulcus ventricles interventricular septum trabeculae carneae chordae tendineae papillary muscle valves...
- hemorrhoidal plexus and externals from the inferior hemorrhoidal plexus. The pectinate line divides the two regions. Hemorrhoids are typically diagnosed by physical...
- 896), bitartrate (0.667), tartrate (0.750), camphosulphonate (0.576), pectinate (0.588), phenylpriopionate (0.678), sulphate (0.887), phosphate (0.763)...
- the right and left ventricle of the heart. These are different from the pectinate muscles, which are present in the atria of the heart. There are 2 kinds:...
- pectinate line drain to the internal iliac nodes. The anal canal below the pectinate line drains into the superficial inguinal nodes. The pectinate line...
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