Axial versus Appendicular: Constraint versus Selection1
Appendiceal duplication with simultaneous acute appendicitis and appendicular perforation causing small bowel obstruction
An unusual cause of “appendicular pain” in a young girl: mesenteric cystic lymphangioma
Vertebrate Axial and Appendicular Patterning: The Early Development of Paired Appendages1
Cutpoints for Low Appendicular Lean Mass That Identify Older Adults With Clinically Significant Weakness
Loss of Appendicular Muscle Mass and Loss of Muscle Strength in Young Postmenopausal Women
Spontaneous appendico-cutaneous fistula: an unusual presentation of retroperitoneal appendicular perforation associated with psoas abscess
Effects of disease and corticosteroids on appendicular bone mass in postmenopausal women with rheumatoid arthritis: comparison with axial measurements.
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adj.1. relating to or affecting the vermiform appendix. 2. relating to the limbs: the appendicular skeleton comprises the bones of the limbs.
1. relating to or affecting the vermiform appendix. 2. relating to the limbs: the appendicular skeleton comprises the bones of the limbs.
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