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Term:tibia midshaft cross-sectional area
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Accession:CMO:0001717 term browser browse the term
Definition:Measurement of all or part of the cross-sectional area of the tibia measured midway between the two ends of the bone. The tibia cross-sectional area is a measurement of the extent of a plane through, that is, perpendicular to the longest axis of the tibia, the medial and larger of the two bones of the lower leg of bipeds or hindlimb of quadrupeds which articulates with the femur, fibula, and talus.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: tibia cortical bone midshaft cross-sectional area
 related_synonym: tibial midshaft cortical cross-sectional area
 xref: MA:0001361


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  clinical measurement 0
    body morphological measurement 0
      skeletal morphological measurement 0
        bone morphological measurement 0
          bone area measurement 0
            bone cross-sectional area measurement 0
              tibia midshaft cross-sectional area 0
                tibia midshaft cortical cross-sectional area 0
                tibia midshaft endosteal cross-sectional area 0
                tibia midshaft total cross-sectional area 0
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  clinical measurement 0
    musculoskeletal system measurement 0
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        bone measurement 0
          bone morphological measurement 0
            bone area measurement 0
              tibia area measurement 0
                tibia midshaft cross-sectional area 0
                  tibia midshaft cortical cross-sectional area 0
                  tibia midshaft endosteal cross-sectional area 0
                  tibia midshaft total cross-sectional area 0
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