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palma christi:
<botany> A plant (Ricinus communis) with ornamental peltate and palmately cleft foliage, growing as a woody perennial in the tropics, and cultivated as an herbaceous annual in temperate regions.Synonym: castor-oil plant. [Sometimes corrupted into palmcrist.Origin: L, palm of Christ.Source: Websters Dictionary(01 Mar 1998)
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palma manus:
The palm of the hand.(05 Mar 2000)
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palmaceous:
<botany> Of or pertaining to palms; of the nature of, or resembling, palms.Source: Websters Dictionary(01 Mar 1998)
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palmacite:
<paleontology> A fossil palm.Source: Websters Dictionary(01 Mar 1998)
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palmar abscess:
Purulent effusion into the tissues of the palm of the hand.
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central palmar space:
The more medial of the central palmar spaces, bounded medially by the hypothenar compartment; related distally to the synovial tendon sheaths of digits 3 and 4 and proximally to the common flexor sheath.Synonym: medial midpalmar space, middle palmar space.(05 Mar 2000)
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common palmar digital artery:
<anatomy, artery> One of three arteries arising from the superficial palmar arch and running to the interdigital clefts where each divides into two proper palmar digital arteries.Synonym: arteria digitalis palmaris communis.(05 Mar 2000)
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common palmar digital nerves:
Four nerves in the palm that send branches (proper palmar digital nerves) to adjacent sides of two digits; three are branches of the median, one is from the ulnar.Synonym: nervi digitales palmares communes.(05 Mar 2000)
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deep palmar (arterial) arch:
The arterial arch located deep to the long flexor tendons in the hand. It is formed by the terminal part of the radial artery in conjunction with the deep palmar branch of the ulnar artery. The arch gives rise to palmar metacarpal and princeps pollicis arteries.Synonym: arcus palmaris profundus, arcus volaris profundus.(05 Mar 2000)
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deep palmar branch of ulnar artery:
<anatomy, artery> Branch of the ulnar artery which supplies the hypothenar muscles then passes deep into the palm to the flexor tendons and anastomoses with the deep palmar arch from the radial artery.Synonym: ramus palmaris profundus arteriae ulnaris.(05 Mar 2000)
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