sulcus

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English - Turkish
(Tıp) sillon
yiv
sulkus
oluk
(Tıp, İlaç) (sulci kelimesinin tekil hâli) Bir organ ya da doku üzerindeki oluk
(Tıp, İlaç) (sulci kelimesinin tekil hâli) Beynin uzunluğuna girintisi
(Tıp) (sulci)
(Tıp) Beynin uzunluğuna girintisi
sulcus acusticus
(Denizbilim) akustik çukur
gingival sulcus
(Diş Hekimliği) dişeti oluğu
gingival sulcus, gingival crevice
(Diş Hekimliği) Serbest dişetinin dişe bakan yüzü ile diş arasında kalan, fizyolejik derinliği ortalama 0.69 ila 1.8 mm olarak belirtilmiş, ' V' şeklindeki sığ oluk. Bu oluğu serbest dişeti oluğu ile karıştırmamak gerekir; çünkü serbest dişeti oluğu dişeti oluğunun tam
English - English
a furrow or groove in an organ or a tissue
any of the grooves that mark the convolutions of the surface of the brain
subparallel grooves and ditches formed by geological processes
(anatomy) any of the narrow grooves in an organ or tissue especially those that mark the convolutions on the surface of the brain
A complex area of subparallel furrows and ridges
A furrow or groove in the vocal fold, particularly on the medial surface
Depression, groove, area where gingival tip meets tooth enamel
Small grooves in the cerebral hemispheres See fissures
(pl sulci): A groove in the cerebral cortex Click here to hear it
a shallow depression or furrow on the outside surface of the shell
Subparallel furrows and ridges
a deep narrow furrow or groove
A deep crease between the ridges of your cerebral cortex The large channel separating your frontal and parietal lobes is called the Central Sulcus
A Sulcus is an AnatomicalConcept It is a fold of the cortex It may delimit zero or more Delimitations A Sulcus may be composed of segments that are other Sulci It can bear branches on its sides that are also Sulci
A furrow; a groove; a fissure
{i} furrow, groove
Upper eyelid depression
A fissure or crack in the cerebral cortex
a groove between two gyri
An infolding, or groove, in the cortical surface A sulcus separates neighboring gyri
sulcus lateralis cerebri
cleft between the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain, sylvian fissure (Anatomy)
central sulcus
A fissure in the cerebral cortex of primates; it separates the parietal lobe from the frontal lobe
cruciate sulcus
A major fissure in the brains of some mammals equivalent to the central sulcus of primates
calcarine sulcus
a sulcus in the mesial surface of the occipital lobe of the cerebrum
parallel sulcus
A sulcus parallel to, but some distance below, the horizontal limb of the fissure of Sylvius
parieto-occipital sulcus
a sulcus near the posterior end of each hemisphere that separates the parietal lobes and the occipital lobes in both hemispheres
sulcus

    Hyphenation

    sul·cus

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    Etymology

    [ 's&l-k&s ] (noun.) 1662. Latin; akin to Old English sulh plow, Greek holkos furrow, helkein to pull.

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