Definition of Sinus rectus
1. Noun. An unpaired sinus of the dura mater.
Medical Definition of Sinus rectus
1. straight sinus
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Literary usage of Sinus rectus
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1882)
"it reaches the anterior margin of the tentorium cerebelli where it joins the sinus rectus. Varieties.—I have hardly found any notable abnormality in this ..."
2. Dissertations by Jean Bernoulli, Paul G. J. Maquet, August Ziggelaar, Troels Kardel (1997)
"His sinus rectus is the product of the trigonometrical radius and the sine. , For Bernoulli Today Trigonometrical radius (sinus totus) = r Sine (sinus ..."
3. Dissertations on the Mechanics of Effervescence and Fermentation, and on the edited by Paul Maquet (2008)
"His sinus rectus is the product of the trigonometrical radius and the sine. For Bernoulli Today Trigonometrical radius (sinus totus) = r Sine (sinus rectus) ..."
4. Psychiatry: A Clinical Treatise on Diseases of the Fore-brain Based Upon a by Theodor Meynert (1885)
"The sinus rectus is the shortest sinus. Relatively to the length of the sinus, the veins of the choroid plexus which empty into the vena magna, ..."