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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) fissür

Anal fissürler tedavi edilebilir mi? - Are anal fissures curable?

(Tıp) Deri veya mukozanın hafifçe veya yüzeyel olarak çatlaması keyfiyeti, çatlak, yarık, fisür, fissura
{i} ince çatlak
cilt veya mukozanın hafifçe veya yüzeysel olarak çatlaması
(Nükleer Bilimler) çizik
{i} çatlama
fissure eruption
yarık püskürmesi
fissure decay
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. Yarık, ince oluk. 2. Dişlerin oklüzal yüzeylerinin ortasında, tüberküller arasındaki oluklar. ( fissure ) çürüğü diş fissürlerinde başlangıç çürük
fissure eruption
(Çevre) çatlak püskürmesi
fissure eruption
(Jeoloji) fisür püskürmesi
fissure eruption
(Jeoloji) volkanik fisür püskürmesi
fissure eruption
fisür (volkanik) püskürmesi
fissure vein
(Jeoloji) fisür damar
fissure volcano
(Jeoloji) yarık volkanı
fissure volcano
(Jeoloji) fissür volkanı
fissure volcano
(Çevre) çatlak volkanı
internal fissure
iç yarık
abyssal fissure
abisal yarık
abyssal fissure
abisal fisür
abyssal fissure
çok derin, kabuk altındaki magmanın içinden yükselebildiği yarıktır
anal fissure
(Tıp) anüste yırtık
anal fissure
(Tıp) anal fisür
frost fissure
(Meteoroloji) don çatlağı
oral fissure
(Anatomi) ağız boşluğu
Englisch - Englisch
To split forming fissures
a crack or opening, as in a rock
a crack or crack-like depression
{v} to cleave, to gape
{n} a cleft, a shasm
{i} narrow crack, narrow opening; natural cleft or groove (Anatomy)
A narrow opening, made by the parting of any substance; a cleft; as, the fissure of a rock
(50) - Pokémon with this attack: Brock's Golem
A narrow opening or crack of considerable length and depth
An extensive crack, break, or fracture in the rocks It may contain mineral-bearing material
A break or fracture in rock
An extensive crack, break, or fracture in the rocks
a roughly linear or sinuous crack or opening on a volcano; a type of vent which commonly produces lava fountains and flows
{f} crack; cleave; split; groove; divide, separate; be divided; be split; break open
Opening or crack in the Earth's crust
A large indentation in the cerebral cortex
A fissure is a fracture or crack in rock along which there is a distinct separation; fissures are often filled with mineral-bearing materials On volcanoes, a fissure is an elongate fracture or crack at the surface from which lava erupts Fissure eruptions typically dwindle to a central vent after a period of hours or days Occasionally, lava will flow back into the ground by pouring into a crack or an open eruptive fissure, a process called drainback; sometimes lava will flow back into the same fissure from which it erupted
A large crack or break in rocks or veins
(fi'-sure) The fourth part of the bens sinister [See BATON ]
(anatomy) a long narrow slit or groove that divides an organ into lobes break into fissures or fine cracks
a long narrow opening
A groove or natural division, deep furrow in the brain
A deep, long and narrow opening such as a crevasse in a glacier
An open crack in rock or soil Speleology term Ref JJ
A fissure is a deep crack in something, especially in rock or in the ground. a deep crack, especially in rock or earth (; FISSION)
a long narrow depression in a surface
(anatomy) a long narrow slit or groove that divides an organ into lobes
a groove, crack, or natural division Top of Page
break into fissures or fine cracks
a deep and narrow depression cutting across the reef front with origins relating to jointing planes in the reef limestone or non-limestone bedrock
Small cracks radiating from the point of percussion which are produced when a flint is struck during flint working
Deep grooves in the cerebral hemispheres See sulcus
A surface of fracture or a crack in rock along which there is a distinct separation (Bates & Jackson, 1987)
To cleave; to divide; to crack or fracture
fissure of rolando
a brain fissure extending upward on the lateral surface of both hemispheres; separates the frontal and parietal lobes
fissure of sylvius
the deepest and most prominent of the cortical fissures; separates the frontal lobes and temporal lobes in both hemispheres
Rolandic fissure
The central sulcus
bone fissure
a groove or depression in a bone; a sulcus
palpebral fissure
The anatomic name for the separation between the upper and lower eyelids
Linear splits or cracks
plural of fissure
Vertical cracks in the crust caused by tensional forces
long, curvilinear tensile cracks at the land surface, with or without vertical offset
Elongated fractures or cracks on the slopes of a volcano Fissure eruptions typically produce liquid flows, but pyroclastics may also be ejected
Radii usually originating at the margins of detached pieces on the ventral surface and directed toward the point of applied force
sylvian fissure
cleft between the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain, sulcus lateralis cerebri (Anatomy)