Definition of Ramus. Meaning of Ramus. Synonyms of Ramus

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Definition of Ramus

Ramus
Ramus Ra"mus, n.; pl. Rami. (Nat. Hist.) A branch; a projecting part or prominent process; a ramification.

Meaning of Ramus from wikipedia

- Ramus can refer to: A branch (botany) A portion of a bone (from Latin ramus, "branch"), as in the Ramus of the mandible or Superior pubic ramus A nerve...
- where it joins the lower border of the ramus a shallow groove; for the facial artery, may be present. The ramus (Latin: branch) of the human mandible has...
- sections, a superior ramus, inferior ramus, and a body. The pubic bone is made up of a body, superior ramus, and inferior ramus (Latin: branch). The left...
- The ischiopubic ramus is a compound structure consisting of the following two structures: from the pubis, the inferior pubic ramus from the ischium, the...
- The dorsal ramus of spinal nerve (or posterior ramus of spinal nerve, or posterior primary division) is the posterior division of a spinal nerve. The...
- Petrus Ramus (French: Pierre de la Ramée; Anglicized to Peter Ramus /ˈreɪməs/; 1515 – 26 August 1572) was an influential French humanist, logician, and...
- specifically, it usually refers to one of the following : Gray ramus communicans White ramus communicans The grey and white rami communicantes are responsible...
- The ischium is made up of three parts–the body, the superior ramus and the inferior ramus. The body contains a prominent spine, which serves as the origin...
- Ramu is a Malayalam film actor. He has acted in more than 100 films. He acts mainly in villain roles. Ramu was born as eldest among three to Balakrishnan...
- Ramus cir****flexus can refer to: Cir****flex branch of left coronary artery (ramus cir****flexus arteriae coronariae sinistrae) Cir****flex fibular artery...
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