There is no kardiae insufficiency, I think, neither mitral nor tricuspid.
The tricuspid valve at once closes, and blocks the way backward.
There are but three pairs of incisor teeth in each jaw, and the upper molars are tricuspid.
The left-side valve is the mitral valve, that between the right auricle and ventricle the tricuspid valve.
Gradually enlarge the opening until the chordæ tendineæ and the flaps of the tricuspid valve are seen.
The tricuspid and mitral valves were thickened, and exhibiting minute granulations on their surface.
In the mesozoic period certain animals with tricuspid teeth occur.
The tricuspid hooks support thin chitinous lamin, which connect the two lateral horns of each hook to the central apophysis.
The tricuspid valve (fig. 2, l, m, n) guarding against reflux of blood into the right auricle.
tricuspid tri·cus·pid (trī-kŭs'pĭd)
An organ or a part, especially a tooth, having three cusps. adj. or tri·cus·pi·dal (-pĭ-dəl) or tri·cus·pi·date (-pĭ-dāt')
Having three points, prongs, or cusps.
Of or relating to the tricuspid valve.
Adjective Having three points or cusps.