sustantivo (plural conchae /-kiː/)Anatomy & Zoology
- 1A part resembling a spiral shell, in particular:Más ejemplos en oraciones
- A placebo point in the inferior concha and the active stomach point on the concha ridge (both innervated by vagus nerve) were isolated with the Agiscop DT.
- The ethmoid may exhibit two to four conchae (not including the inferior or maxilloturbinate).
- On either side of the crest are air sinuses, the sphenoid sinuses, which are partially roofed over by the sphenoid conchae.
- 1.1The depression in the external ear leading to its central opening.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The convolutions of the external ear, particularly the concha, act to increase or decrease the amplitude of different frequency components of a sound as it passes from the free field to the eardrum.
- The points are found, explains Sara, by imagining a baby in an inverted foetal position, with the earlobe representing the head, the concha the internal organs and so on.
- In the majority of cases there is a combination of too much cartilage in the central bowl shaped portion of the ear called the concha, and a failure of the natural folds to develop in the portion of the ear known as the antihelix.
- 1.2 (also nasal concha) Any of several thin, scroll-like (turbinate) bones in the sides of the nasal cavity.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- What Wittmer does find is a very close and convincing homology between the conchae (turbinals, cristae, etc.) marked in red in the figures adapted from his review.
- From the roof, the olfactory epithelium extends down both sides of the nasal cavity to cover most of the superior concha laterally and 1 cm of nasal septum medially.
- An increase in the number of nasal conchae is common.
late 16th century: from Latin (see conch).
Más definiciones de conchaDefinición de concha en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.