The recesses of the pelvis are carefully cleaned by gentle sponging, and the parietal incision is closed as after ovariotomy.
In this instance an occipital lesion was associated with the parietal.
Procoelous vertebrae; ventral portions of the clavicles not dilated; parietal bones fused into one.
This was in 1879, long before the discovery of parietal art in France.
The infection tends to spread in every direction, more especially upwards along the parietal region and towards the occiput.
parietal (placent, &c.), attached to the walls (parietes) of the ovary.
At seventy the squama of the temporal bone unites with the parietal, and at eighty the entire cranium has become a single bone.
Lambdoidal, the suture which connects the occipital with the parietal bones.
The squamosal is attached dorsoventrally to the posterior part of the parietal and to the lateral part of the prootic.
Pachycephaly (thickness of head) is due to synostosis of the parietal bone with the occipital.
early 15c., "pertaining to the walls of a cavity in the body," from Late Latin parietalis "of walls," from Latin paries (genitive parietis) "wall" (of a building), of unknown origin. In U.S. also "pertaining to the residents and rules of a college or university" (1837).
parietal pa·ri·e·tal (pə-rī'ĭ-tl)
Relating to or forming the wall of any cavity.
Of or relating to either of the parietal bones.