transverse diameter n.
The diameter of the pelvic inlet measured between the two most widely separated points.
The transverse diameter of the body was three inches five lines.
transverse diameter of the shell nearly twice as great at the polar mouth as at the equator and half as long as the whole shell.
These handles were made from an oval that was the length of half the line of the transverse diameter, Fig. 16.
transverse diameter of the shell a little larger at the polar mouth than at the equator and half as long as the whole shell.
Dolichocephalic, a skull whose diameter from the frontal to the occipital bone exceeds the transverse diameter.
The heart itself is more than a yard in transverse diameter.
Class I.—Oblate or Flat, having the axis shorter than the transverse diameter.
The thigh, as a whole, is flattened from without inwards, its transverse diameter being less in extent than its antero-posterior.
The Bisya element, he says, is considerable and becomes apparent in the increase of transverse diameter of the cranium.
Each cavity has a rounded circumference, and a transverse diameter of about half an inch.