anatomical landmark

anatomical landmark

[‚an·ə¦täm·ə·kəl ′lan‚märk]
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The pterion is used as an important anatomical landmark for many regions of the brain with respect to neurosurgery.
Anatomical landmark detection in medical applications driven by synthetic data.
The intercristal line determined by palpation is not a reliable anatomical landmark for neuraxial anesthesia.
For each anatomical landmark, the Procrustes residual is the difference between the position of the specimens' anatomical landmarks and the position of the homologous anatomical landmark in the consensus.
Porion is another important anatomical landmark which is required to construct Frankfurt plane.
The bifurcation M1/M2 can be located near by the limen insula in the majority of the cases showing the importance of this anatomical landmark (Figure 1, Figure 3).
However, a modified Wilson technique for paediatric patients was developed at the National Rehabilitation Institute, consisting of using the coracoid process as the anatomical landmark and finding the puncture site medial and caudal to it according to the patient's weight.
Materials and Methods: We measured the distance from the anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS) to the pubic symphysis bilaterally on each cadaver as an anatomical landmark.
In the first group anatomical landmark technique was used and in the second group USG guidance was used for inserting CVCs (USG group).
Thus, for our purposes, the student was prompted to click on a given anatomical landmark.
A two-part study was conducted to investigate the ability of registered nurses to accurately level an intraventricular drainage system to a patient's anatomical landmark using visual checks only.
Within the limitations of the present study, it was concluded that foveae palatinae are not a reliable anatomical landmark for determining the position of the vibrating line.