*  Feather umbilicus | Article about feather umbilicus by The Free Dictionary
Find out information about feather umbilicus. 1. Biology a hollow or navel-like structure, such as the cavity at the base of a ... gastropod shell 2. Anatomy a technical name for the navel , the cicatrix... Explanation of feather umbilicus ... umbilicus. (redirected from feather umbilicus). Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical. umbilicus. 1. Biology a hollow ... umbilicus. [əm′bil·ə·kəs] (anatomy) The navel; the round, depressed cicatrix in the median line of the abdomen, marking the ...
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*  Body Sculpting : Cleopatra LaserMed & Massage
... incisions used in laser body sculpting are about 1/4 inch long and placed in hidden areas such as the belly button or umbilicus ... can tighten the lower tummy but cannot remove fat and tighten skin in the upper abdomen above the belly button or umbilicus. ...
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*  Umbilicus oppositifolius - Wikipedia
Umbilicus oppositifolius (common names lamb's-tail and gold drop) is a succulent, perennial flowering plant, a species in the ... genus Umbilicus of the family Crassulaceae. It is endemic to shady mountain areas in the Caucasus. It is widely listed under ...
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*  Umbilicus rupestris - Wikipedia
Umbilicus rupestris is used in homeopathic medicine. Navelwort is referred to as Cotyledon umbilicus by Homeopaths, since that ... Umbilicus rupestris is not the same "Pennywort" as the one used in Asian medicine, which is the unrelated Asiatic Pennywort, ... Umbilicus rupestris (Navelwort, Penny-pies, Wall Pennywort) is a fleshy, perennial, edible flowering plant in the stonecrop ... Both the name "navelwort" and the scientific name Umbilicus come from the round shape of the leaves, which have a navel-like ...
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*  Navel - Wikipedia
The umbilicus is used to visually separate the abdomen into quadrants. The umbilicus is a prominent mark on the abdomen, with ... The skin around the waist at the level of the umbilicus is supplied by the tenth thoracic spinal nerve (T10 dermatome). The ... The navel (clinically known as the umbilicus, colloquially known as the belly button, or tummy button) is a hollowed or ... Craig, Stefan B.; Faller, Mary S.; Puckett, Charles L. (2000). "In Search of the Ideal Female Umbilicus". Plastic and ...
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*  Median umbilical ligament - Wikipedia
It extends from the apex of the bladder to the umbilicus, on the deep surface of the anterior abdominal wall. It is unpaired. ...
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*  Umbilicus - Wikipedia
Umbilicus may refer to: Umbilicus (mollusc), a feature of gastropod, Nautilus and Ammonite shell anatomy Umbilicus, a synonym ... for the navel or belly button Umbilicus (genus), a genus of over ninety species of perennial flowering plants Umbilicus urbis ... center of the city of Rome from which and to which all distances in Rome and the Roman Empire were measured Umbilicus mundi, or ...
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*  Umbilicus (genus) - Wikipedia
Umbilicus patens (Pomel) Umbilicus patulus (Candargy) Umbilicus pendulinus (Wolley-Dod) Umbilicus persicus (Boiss.) Umbilicus ... Umbilicus leucanthus (G.Don) Umbilicus libanoticus (Labill.) - possibly Umbilicus glaber Umbilicus lievenii (Ledeb.) Umbilicus ... Umbilicus praealtus (Brotero) Umbilicus pubescens (G.Don) Umbilicus pulvinatus (Rupr.) Umbilicus pulvinatus (Rupr.) Umbilicus ... Umbilicus lineolatus (Boiss.) Umbilicus linifolius (Rupr.) Umbilicus luteus (Huds.) Umbilicus malacophyllus (Pall.) Umbilicus ...
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*  Umbilicus erectus - Wikipedia
... in the genus Umbilicus, found in the Southern Balkans and southern italy. Umbilicus erectus leaf extract had a highly virucidal ... Reniform Venus' navel (Umbilicus erectus; also sometimes nabelkraut or ombelico di Venere reniforme) is a succulent, perennial ...
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*  Umbilicus chloranthus - Wikipedia
Green Venus' navel (Umbilicus chloranthus; also called ombelico di Venere verdastro) is a succulent, perennial flowering plant ... in the stonecrop family Crassulaceae, in the genus Umbilicus, found in the Southern Balkans. ...
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*  Umbilicus (mollusc) - Wikipedia
This opening is known as the umbilicus. Another way of characterizing the umbilicus in gastropods is as the hole around which ... A phaneromphalous shell has an open umbilicus. A cryptomphalous shell has the opening of the umbilicus completely plugged. ... the spiral of the whorls can be clearly viewed by looking into the umbilicus. An umbilicus can vary from very narrow and ... The term umbilicus is often used in descriptions of gastropod shells, i.e. it is a feature present on the ventral (or under) ...
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*  Umbilicus schmidtii - Wikipedia
Umbilicus scmidtii is a western hygrophyte occurring on Santo Antão, São Nicolau, Santiago and Fogo of the Cape Verde Islands. ... Umbilicus schmidtii is an unbranched erect perennial herb up to 25 cm high, glabrous in all parts. Basal leaves orbicular, ... Umbilicus schmidtii, Cape Verdean navelwort, is a flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae, native to the Cape Verde Islands ... The species is fairy similar to the Mediterranean Umbilicus horizontalis and also resembles the African U. botryoides. The ...
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*  Umbilicus horizontalis - Wikipedia
Horizontal navelwort (Umbilicus horizontalis) is a fleshy perennial flowering plant in the stonecrop family Crassulaceae (in ... the genus Umbilicus) native to the eastern Mediterranean region in rocky habitats. Horizontal navelwort grows to an average of ...
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*  Umbilicus chrysanthus - Wikipedia
Umbilicus chrysanthus, known as Venus' navel or nabelkraut, is a succulent, perennial flowering plant in the stonecrop family ... Crassulaceae, in the genus Umbilicus, which is found in the Alps. It is called Venusnabel in German, but the French translation ...
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*  Umbilicus intermedius - Wikipedia
Intermediate navelwort or common pennywort (Umbilicus intermedius) is a succulent, perennial flowering plant in the stonecrop ... family Crassulaceae (in the genus Umbilicus) found in the shrublands and deserts of Israel and Lebanon. Intermediate navelwort ...
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*  Umbilicus urbis Romae - Wikipedia
The Umbilicus is believed to be a separate structure from the Milliarium Aureum, which was built nearby by Augustus (c. 20 BC) ... The original masonry Umbilicus was probably constructed in the 2nd century BC. The existing ruins, however, are from the time ... The Umbilicus Urbis Romae (Classical Latin: [ʊmbɪˈliːkʊs ˈʊrbɪs ˈroːmaj])-"Navel of the City of Rome"-was the symbolic centre ... Originally covered in marble, the Umbilicus is now a forlorn-looking brick core some 2 metres high and 4.45 metres in diameter ...
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*  Glyphipterix umbilici - Wikipedia
Glyphipterix umbilici is a moth of the family Glyphipterigidae. It is found on the Canary Islands and Sardinia and in Portugal ... The larvae feed on Umbilicus rupestris. They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine starts as a branching corridor with ...
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*  Extrusion of small intesine due to rupture of previously normal umbilicus. | The BMJ
Extrusion of small intesine due to rupture of previously normal umbilicus. Br Med J 1972; 2 :692 ... Extrusion of small intesine due to rupture of previously normal umbilicus.. Br Med J 1972; 2 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj. ...
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*  Abdominal Wall, Umbilicus, Hernias, Omentum, and Peritoneum | Springer for Research & Development
... umbilicus, hernias, omentum, and peritoneum: This chapter outlines the anatomy, clinical presentation, and relevant clinical ... Abdominal wall, umbilicus, hernias, omentum, and peritoneum: This chapter outlines the anatomy, clinical presentation, and ... Allen D.C., Cameron R.I., Loughrey M.B. (2013) Abdominal Wall, Umbilicus, Hernias, Omentum, and Peritoneum. In: Allen D., ...
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*  US6344020B1 - Bearing and umbilicus gimbal with bearing retainer in blood processing system - Google Patents
Umbilicus for use in an umbilicus-driven fluid processing US8277369B2 (en) * 2010-06-15. 2012-10-02. Fenwal, Inc.. Bearing and ... Umbilicus for use in an umbilicus-driven fluid processing system US20110306913A1 (en) * 2010-06-15. 2011-12-15. West Richard L ... Low cost umbilicus without overmolding EP3085451A1 (en) 2015-04-22. 2016-10-26. Fenwal, Inc.. Bearing for umbilicus of a fluid ... Umbilicus for use in an umbilicus-driven fluid processing system US20110306913A1 (en) * 2010-06-15. 2011-12-15. West Richard L ...
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*  Silver nitrate on umbilicus - Susun Weeds Wise Woman Forum
Silver nitrate on umbilicus. Discuss all aspects of the fertile years, birth control, moontime, fertility, pregnancy, ...
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*  Umbilicus 1.0
It was probably about 40 more minutes to sundown when all the lights would have been lit on the skyscrapers, but it was really windy and cold. It was very warm during the day so neither of us brought jackets. So we decided to hoof it back to the hotel. We were told the main streeet here (that leads back to our hotel) is a great pedestrian walking area, called Nanjing Road. We walked...and walked... for about two hours. There are tons of shops and a lot of people. Finally, after 3 1/2 miles, we reached the hotel, sore and very weary. We had a light dinner and called it a night ...
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