We will suppose at present that none exist in this typical case, and that the pedicle is found of a satisfactory size and shape.
In favourable cases the pedicle is now brought easily into view.
McDowell tied the pedicle, but left the ligature hanging out of the wound.
The pedicle can then be secured with a series of interlocking ligatures.
The loop of silk is cut so that two pieces of silk thread lie in the pedicle.
A polyp is either cut off or its pedicle bound with a ligature, and it is allowed to shrivel.
Its upper end exhibits a tendency to divide into two processes, corresponding with the pedicle and otic processes of the Amphibia.
Smooth Anatifa, as seen from the other side, the pedicle dry and contracted.
The chain is passed round the base or pedicle of the growth, and gradually tightened by a screw till the growth falls off.
The pedicle (pd) retains its original attachment to the skull.
pedicle ped·i·cle (pěd'ĭ-kəl)
A constricted portion or stalk.
A slender stalk by which the base of a nonsessile tumor is attached to normal tissue. Also called peduncle.
A stalk through which a skin flap receives its blood supply until the skin flap is transferred to its intended site of attachment.