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*  Rib fracture
... including but not limited to rib and sternum fractures. They can also occur as a consequence of diseases such as cancer or ...
*  Lake Bant tern colony
The Lake Bant tern colony is a breeding colony of common terns (Sterna hirundo) at Lake Bant (Banter See in German) in the port ... Flussseeschwalben (Sterna hirundo) in Wilhelmshaven. Oldenburger Jahrbuch 96. Isensee Verlag, Oldenburg Szostek, K. L., and P. ...
*  Parasternal heave
A parasternal impulse may be felt when the heel of the hand is rested just to the left of the sternum with the fingers lifted ...
*  Sternum
... cut along the frontal plane showing interior of the bone. Sternum, lateral aspect. Position of the sternum the thoracic ... The sternum is a long, flat bone, forming the middle portion of the front of the chest. The top of the sternum supports the ... Only in mammals does the sternum take on the elongated, segmented form seen in humans. In arachnids, the sternum is the ventral ... Position of sternum (shown in red). Animation. Sternum seen posteriorly. ...
*  Sternum (arthropod anatomy)
The sternum (pl. "sterna") is the ventral portion of a segment of an arthropod thorax or abdomen. In insects, the sterna are ... These are the sites of attachment of the pleopods (swimming legs). In spiders, the sternum is the ventral part of the ... ISBN 978-0-86720-017-1. Hood (1958). "THE TERMS TERGUM AND STERNUM, TERGITE AND STERNITE" (PDF). Sørensen, M. V. et al. ...
*  Sterna
... vittata Kerguelen tern Sterna virgata Arctic tern Sterna paradisaea River tern Sterna aurantia Black-bellied tern Sterna ... Genus Sterna - typical white terns Forster's tern Sterna forsteri Snowy-crowned tern or Trudeau's tern Sterna trudeaui Common ... tern Sterna hirundo Roseate tern Sterna dougallii White-fronted tern Sterna striata Black-naped tern Sterna sumatrana South ... Sterna is a genus of terns in the bird family Laridae. Sterna is derived from Old English "stearn" which appears in the poem ...
*  Pteria sterna
... , commonly known as the rainbow-lipped pearl oyster or the Pacific wing-oyster, is a species of marine bivalve ... Pteria sterna is found in shallow water along the tropical and subtropical Pacific coast of America. Its range includes Baja ... E.; Montero, P.; Aleman, S.; Arguelles, J.; Beltran, L.; Llanos, J. (2010). "El bivalvo concha perlífera, Pteria sterna (Gould ... Tëmkin, Ilya (2014). "Pteria sterna (Gould, 1851)". World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved 2014-02-14. Nava, M.; Arizmendi ...
*  Sterna (disambiguation)
Sterna may also refer to: Sterna, the plural of sternum, the breastbone Sterna, Argolis, Greece Sterna, Drama, Greece Sterna, ... Evros, Greece Sterna Island, a small island off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula. ...
*  Sterna, Argolis
Sterna (Greek: Στέρνα) is a small village in Argolis, Peloponnese, Greece. It is part of the municipal unit Lyrkeia. ...
*  Sterna Island
... (65°23′S 65°14′W / 65.383°S 65.233°W / -65.383; -65.233Coordinates: 65°23′S 65°14′W / 65.383°S 65.233°W / - ... So named by the United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) in 1959 because a large number of terns (Sterna vittata ... "Sterna Island" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).. ...
*  Sterna, Evros
Sterna (Greek: Στέρνα) is a settlement in the Evros regional unit of Greece. It is located around 9 kilometers west of Nea ... Sterna was ruled by the Ottoman Empire until the Balkan Wars of 1913, when it joined Bulgaria. After the Greco-Turkish War ( ... List of settlements in the Evros regional unit Greek Travel Pages - Sterna "Απογραφή Πληθυσμού - Κατοικιών 2011. ΜΟΝΙΜΟΣ ...
*  Sterna milne-edwardsii
... is an extinct tern from the Miocene. It was named after Alphonse Milne-Edwards a French ornithologist ...
*  Sterna Linhas Aéreas
... was a cargo airline based in Curitiba, Brazil, founded in 2014. It operated cargo services. The Sterna ... Aviation portal Brazil portal Companies portal "Sterna Linhas Aéreas Fleet Details and History". planespotters.net. Retrieved ...
*  Low Rocks and Sterna Island Important Bird Area
Sterna's vegetation is dominated by pindan wattle and Triodia microstachya, but there are also bare sandstone ledges used by ... The Low Rocks and Sterna Island Important Bird Area comprises two islets lying about 14 km apart and with a collective area of ... Low Rocks is a nature reserve, while Sterna is unallocated crown land. Average annual rainfall in the area is about 900 mm. The ... "IBA: Low Rocks and Sterna Island (Kimberley)". Birdata. Birds Australia. Archived from the original on 2011-07-06. Retrieved ...
*  Projectional radiography
Sternum. The standard projections in the UK are PA chest and lateral sternum. In the US, the two basic projections are a 15 to ...
*  Baryonyx
The skeleton consisted of partial skull bones; teeth; cervical, dorsal and caudal vertebrae; ribs; a sternum; coracoids; arm ... the specimen's fused sternum indicates that it may have been fairly mature. The second-best-preserved specimen (ML1190) was ...
*  Lloyd Campbell-McBride
Unfortunately the recurrence of a sternum injury meant that Campbell-McBride did not play for the Warriors. This was ... ". "Sternum injury". "Injury-Hit Glasgow Head For France - Glasgow Warriors". "Joker in the Stingray pack". "Aces stun Vikings ...
*  Zygoballus iridescens
Structure in general similar to Z. bettini, but the mandibles are not quite so large; and the sternum is much broader, not ... Mandibles and mouth parts red-brown; sternum black. Abdomen black, clothed above and on sides with iridescent scales and long ...
*  Orang-Outang, sive Homo Sylvestris
Broad sternum; narrow in monkeys. Larger phalanges than in apes. Femur articulates and is shaped more like a human's. Round, ...
*  Glossary of bird terms
sternum Plural: sterna. The breastbone of a bird. There are two types: i) carinate sterna-appearing in flighted birds, in which ... An extension of the sternum (breastbone) which runs axially along the midline of the sternum and extends outward, perpendicular ... ratite sterna-appearing in flightless birds, such as rhea, in which the ventral surface is flattened. submoustachial stripe A ... referring to the flatness of the sternum), having a subtle keel structure or lacking one entirely. However, this classification ...
*  Stenoterommata iguazu
Its sternal sigilla are small, oval and shallow; its sternum with a clear reborder. Chelicerae: rastellum with only long, thin ... Its sternal sigilla are small, oval, shallow and marginal; sternum is rebordered. Chelicerae: rastellum formed by thick setae; ... sternum length 2.63 millimetres (0.104 in), width 2.25 millimetres (0.089 in). Its cephalic region is convex with the fovea ... Sternum length 2.02 millimetres (0.080 in), width 1.61 millimetres (0.063 in). Its labium has no cuspules. ...
*  Chaco tecka
A serrula is absent; the sternal sigilla is small and shallow; the sternum is rebordered. Its cephalothorax is yellowish brown ... and a sternum length of 1.71 millimetres (0.067 in) and width of 1.42 millimetres (0.056 in). Its cephalic region is convex; ...
*  Coronary artery bypass surgery
Nonunion of the sternum; internal thoracic artery harvesting increases the sternum devascularization risk. Myocardial ... Delayed healing or refracture of sternum - the sternum is bifurcated logitudinally (a median sternotomy) and retracted to ... The sternum is wired together and the incisions are sutured closed. The patient is moved to an intensive care unit (ICU) or ... Failure to follow "sternal precautions" following surgery could result in delayed healing or refracture of the sternum which ...
*  Sternohyoid muscle
Posterior surface of sternum. Left clavicle. Inferior surface. Hyoid bone. Anterior surface. Enlarged. Section of the neck at ... The sternohyoid muscle is a thin, narrow muscle attaching the hyoid bone to the sternum, one of the paired strap muscles of the ... Posterior surface of sternum and costal cartilages, showing Transversus thoracis. The fascia and middle thyroid veins. The ...
*  Catoxantha opulenta
Abdominal sternum is yellow. It bores the wood of Chukrasia velutina and Lagerstroemia speciosa. The life-cycle is annual. ...