cingulum

NOUN
  1. (anatomy) an encircling structure (as the ridge around the base of a tooth)
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  • As the fornix passes beneath the corpus callosum it receives fibers from the longitudinal stri√¶ of the indusium and from the cingulum; these are the perforating fibers of the fornix which pass through the corpus callosum and course in the fornix toward the mammillary body. IX. Neurology. 4e. Composition and Central Connections of the Spinal Nerves
  • Paranympha in cubiculum adducta capillos ad cutem referebat; sponsus inde ad eam ingressus cingulum solvebat, nec prius sponsam aspexit interdiu quam ex illa factus esset pater. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • The crown is constricted at the base, and a large cingulum is present.
  • Two enamel ridges cross the anterior cingulum.
  • Circulate - us: having a cingulum or collar: see also cinetus. Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
  • The teeth are transversely compressed and a cingulum is absent.
  • Various other objects from the tomb, including the stole (note the narrowness characteristic for the time) and the cingulum, the cuffs of the gauntlets, crosses from the pallium, and the lappets of the mitre: Catholic Bamberg: The Vestments of Pope Clement II and Other Treasures from the Diocesan Museum
  • (b) The cingulum is a band of white matter contained within the cingulate gyrus. IX. Neurology. 4c. The Fore-brain or Prosencephalon
  • In lingual view, the mesial surface of the protocone merges gradually with the anterior cingulum.
  • Running in the substance of the cingulate and hippocampal gyri, and connecting them together, is a tract of arched fibers, named the cingulum (page 843). IX. Neurology. 4c. The Fore-brain or Prosencephalon
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