anatomical landmark

anatomical landmark

[‚an·ə¦täm·ə·kəl ′lan‚märk]
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Part 1 resulted in six levelling trials per participant (N = 33); 3 with no anatomical landmark identified and 3 with an anatomical landmark identified.
Surface anatomical landmark data are shown in Table 1.
In use, the clinician places the tip of the rod on an anatomical landmark of interest, pushes the handle toward the landmark, and the camera-based motion measurement system in the laboratory then measures the spatial location of the two reflective markers.
He also uses Anatomage software to combine 2D and 3D images to form precise images that can be used for diagnosis, precise implant planning and safety of anatomical landmark.
Once directed to a selected cardiovascular location, acWire is deformable under fluoroscopy to identify a desired specific anatomical landmark for subsequent therapeutic treatment by the clinician.
Thus, for our purposes, the student was prompted to click on a given anatomical landmark.
Additionally, there is no imaging equipment required for placement of the S-ICD System, as all of the components are positioned using anatomical landmarks.
A patient stands on adjustable, static force plates while wearing a lightweight vest with imaging targets placed at specific anatomical landmarks.
A successful treatment outcome consisted of complete resolution of the target hemangioma or a nearly complete resolution, meaning minimal degree of telangiectasis, erythema, skin thickening, softtissue swelling, and distortion of anatomical landmarks as well as hemangioma evolution including changes in size and color.
It should have all anatomical landmarks relevant to adult CPR.
Sanjoy Saha, in his informative research based book, Human Evolution and Basic Human Anatomy, clearly shows that, the superficial anatomy or surface anatomy is important in human anatomy, being the practical study of anatomical landmarks that can be readily identified from the contours or other reference points on the surface of the body.
Anatomical landmarks used to create composite images, such as the jaw's position, are difficult to measure on chimps' hairy faces.