Medical Definition of Groove for the descending aorta

1. A broad, deep, vertical sulcus immediately posterior to the hilus on the mediastinal surface of the left lung, formed as a result of the descending aorta impressing or indenting the lung. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Groove For The Descending Aorta

groove for arch of aorta
groove for auditory tube
groove for inferior petrosal sinus
groove for inferior venae cava
groove for middle temporal artery
groove for radial nerve
groove for sigmoid sinus
groove for spinal nerve
groove for subclavian vein
groove for superior petrosal sinus
groove for superior sagittal sinus
groove for superior vena cava
groove for tendon of flexor hallucis longus
groove for tendon of peroneus longus muscle
groove for the descending aorta (current term)
groove for tibialis posterior tendon
groove for transverse sinus
groove for ulnar nerve
groove for vertebral artery
groove fricative
groove fricatives
groove of crus of the helix
groove of greater petrosal nerve
groove of lesser petrosal nerve
groove of lung for subclavian artery
groove of nail matrix
groove of pterygoid hamulus
groove sign

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