transverse

(trans-vursĀ“) extending from side to side; situated at right angles to the long axis.
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Transverse

• (n.) Anything that is transverse or athwart. • (n.) The longer, or transverse, axis of an ellipse. • (v. t.) To overturn; to change. • (a.) Lying or being across, or in a crosswise direction; athwart; -- often opposed to longitudinal. • (v. t.) To change from prose into verse, or from verse into prose.Transverse: words in...
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transverse

across the width.
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transverse

Across. A transverse section is a section across the length of a building or room
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Transverse

at a right angle to the longitudinal axis of a structure
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Transverse

at a right angle to the longitudinal axis of a structure
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transverse

broader than long; applied to 2 or 3-dimensional shapes, e.g. elliptic and oblong or ellipsoid and obovoid which have a length:breadth ratio of less than 5:6
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transverse

Cross sectional view of a structure.
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Transverse

Crossing from side to side or placed crosswise.
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Transverse

crosswise
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Transverse

crosswise
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transverse

Crosswise.
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transverse

Lying or being across, or in a crosswise direction; athwart; often opposed to longitudinal. ... <geometry> Transverse axis (of an ellipse or hyperbola), that axis which passes through the foci. ... <botany> Transverse partition, a partition, as of a pericarp, at right angles with the valves, as in the siliques of mustard. ... Origin: L....
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transverse

meaning across. Transverse bisection of the body in the anatomical position would divide it into upper and lower halves. Not the same as horizontal, which means parallel with the horizon. Thus if the body were lying flat on its back (supine), horizontal would be the same as the coronal plane (see above), but if the body were standing, in the anatom...
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Transverse

Meaning across. Transverse bisection of the body in the anatomical position would divide it into upper and lower halves. Not the same as horizontal, which means parallel with the horizon. Thus if the body were lying flat on its back (supine), horizontal would be the same as the coronal plane (see above), but if the body were standing, in the anatom...
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transverse

perpendicular to the long axis.
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Transverse

running around a body segment, perpendicular to body axis.
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Transverse

Situated or lying across; crosswise.
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Transverse

Structural members running athwartships.
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Transverse

The position of a baby that is lying horizontal in the uterus of a pregnant woman. In order to attempt a safe vaginal delivery, a baby should be head down in the cervix. IF a baby is found to be lying in a transverse position, doctors will try to manually turn the fetus by performing an external cephalic version. If the baby does not turn head ...
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Transverse

Transverse: In anatomy, a horizontal plane passing through the standing body so that the transverse plane is parallel to the floor. For a more complete listing of terms used in medicine for spatial orientation, please see the entry to 'Anatomic Orientation Terms'.
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transverse

Type: Term Pronunciation: trans-vers′ Definitions: 1. Crosswise; lying across the long axis of the body or of a part. Synonyms: transversalis, transversus
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Transverse

When the baby lies horizontally across the uterus.
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Transverse

When the fetus
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Transverse

When the fetus is turned sideways in the uterus.
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