Pertaining or regarding the palma or palm regarding the hand, or even to the corresponding the main fore-foot of a quadruped.
Superfical; the extension for the ulnar artery within the palm, creating an arch opposite the anterior edge for the thumb, convex distally. It gives from the electronic arteries.
Deep: a somewhat specialized sheet of fascia into which the tendon of the palmaris longus expands in the palm, continuous with the fascial sheaths of the fingers, confining the subjacent muscles, etc. and serving as a flexor tendon. See cuts under muscle.
An anatomical structure, as a muscle, contained in or connected with the hand: as, the long-and-short palmars. See palmaris.
In zoology, one of many bones or ossicles of this branches of a crinoid which succeed the brachials; one of many joints regarding the 4th purchase, or of a division regarding the brachials; a palmare.
in crinoids, based on both Carpenter's and Wachmuth and Springer's language, among plates of the hands or brachia which are regarding the third-order of branching, situated beyond the distichal and in the postpalmars. These are the identical to the third brachials in Bather's language.