Definition of Pisiforms

1. Noun. (plural of pisiform) ¹



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Definition of Pisiforms

1. pisiform [n] - See also: pisiform

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pisiforms

pish
pish posh
pisha paysha
pished
pisher
pishers
pishes
pishing
pishoge
pishoges
pishogue
pishogues
pishu
pisiform
pisiform bone
pisiforms (current term)
pisketti
piskies
pisky
pismires
piso
pisohamate ligament
pisolite
pisolites
pisolith
pisoliths
pisolitic
pisometacarpal ligament
pisonia

Literary usage of Pisiforms

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1893)
"The proximal row of carpal bones consists of three bones besides the two pisiforms. At either side of the wrist is a cuneiform, the dorsal surface of which ..."

2. Materials for the study of variation treated with especial regard to by William Bateson (1894)
"The proximal row consisted of three bones besides the two pisiforms (pl and p*). There was a cuneiform at either side of the wrist, and between them a bone ..."

3. Forty years in the medical profession, 1858-1898 by John Janvier Black (1900)
"... these never were successful with him,—got up skeletons for sale to the students, mixing his cuneiforms and pisiforms in a way, as Hunt once said, ..."

4. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1893)
"The proximal row of carpal bones consists of three bones besides the two pisiforms. At either side of the wrist is a cuneiform, the dorsal surface of which ..."

5. Materials for the study of variation treated with especial regard to by William Bateson (1894)
"The proximal row consisted of three bones besides the two pisiforms (pl and p*). There was a cuneiform at either side of the wrist, and between them a bone ..."

6. Forty years in the medical profession, 1858-1898 by John Janvier Black (1900)
"... these never were successful with him,—got up skeletons for sale to the students, mixing his cuneiforms and pisiforms in a way, as Hunt once said, ..."

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