Dorsum pedis

slėsnos nugara statusas T sritis gyvūnų anatomija, gyvūnų morfologija atitikmenys: lot. Dorsum pedis ryšiai: platesnis terminasslėsna

Nomina anatomica, histologica et embryologica veterinaria / Lietuvos veterinarijos akademija. Anatomijos ir histologijos katedra. – Kaunas : Candela. . 1998.

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  • dorsum pedis — [TA] dorsum of foot: the upper surface of the foot; the surface opposite the sole. Called also regio dorsalis pedis [TA alternative] …   Medical dictionary

  • Dorsum — The back or posterior side of a structure. Dorsum is the Latin word for the back. Something pertaining to the dorsum is dorsal. The dorsal surface of the hand is the back of the hand, the side opposite the palm. The dorsal surface of the foot is… …   Medical dictionary

  • Dorsum (biology) — In anatomy, the dorsum is the upper side of animals that typically run, fly, or swim in a horizontal position, and the back side of animals (like humans) that walk upright. In vertebrates the dorsum contains the backbone. The term dorsal refers… …   Wikipedia

  • dorsum of foot — d. pedis …   Medical dictionary

  • regio dorsalis pedis — TA alternative for dorsum pedis …   Medical dictionary

  • arcus venosus dorsalis pedis — [TA] dorsal venous arch of foot: a transverse venous arch across the dorsum of the foot near the bases of the metatarsal bones …   Medical dictionary

  • arteriae digitales dorsales pedis — [TA] dorsal digital arteries of foot: origin, dorsal metatarsal arteries; branches, none; distribution, dorsum of toes …   Medical dictionary

  • fascia dorsalis pedis — [TA] dorsal fascia of foot: the investing fascia on the dorsum of the foot …   Medical dictionary

  • dorsalis pedis pulse — a pulse felt on the dorsum of the foot between the first and second metatarsal bones; in 8 to 10 per cent of the population it cannot be detected …   Medical dictionary

  • rete venosum dorsale pedis — [TA] dorsal venous network of foot: a superficial network of anastomosing veins on the dorsum of the foot proximal to the transverse venous arch, draining into the great and the small saphenous veins …   Medical dictionary

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