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What is distallation?
I can only assume that you are asking about a phalange. perhaps your misspelling was the reason you couldn't locate the answer on your own. Distal phalanges : are at the tip…s of the fingers and toes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phalanx_bone
Fractional distillation is a technique used to purify solvents, chemicals, natural products or other materials.
When petroluem is separated into it useful parts.
Proximal is the opposite of distal.
In medical terms it would be furthest away from the centre/main part. i.e. the distal part of the finger would be the end of the finger.
farthest from artery
at the far end (distal) of the ureter (the tube through which one pees) the ureter is the tube between the kidney and the bladder.....the urethra is the tube that removes urin…e from the body ( the tube you pee thru)
It is a surgical procedure where the end portion of the panceas is removed.
Distal circulation refers to circulation that occurs at the furthest point of the central core. This includes the arms and legs.
The distal epiphysis is the growth plate of the long bone farthest from the body.
Distal spots are spots of color that appear inside a white marking on the lower leg (such as a sock or stocking). Distal spots are above the fetlock, as opposed to ermine spot…s, which are below the fetlock.
It is the part of humerus (upper arm bone) which is closest to the elbow(Capitulum, Trochlea).
The boiling of a liquid and re-condensing of it's vapours.
The phalanges are the finger and toe bones. There is nothing in the upper limb distal to the phalanges except the very tips of the fingers.