anteromedial


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anteromedial

[¦an·tə·rə¦mēd·ē·əl]
(zoology)
Anterior and toward the middle of the body.
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Sterna red-brown, extensively silver pruinose except for small anteromedial area, white setose.
51) In addition, there could be a long-term risk of developing a Charcot arthropathy, given that denervated nerves and coagulated vessels supply the anteromedial capsule of the hip joint and underlying bone.
Case report: Anteromedial temporosphenoidal encephalocele with a clinically silent lateral bony defect in the greater wing of the sphenoid.
2011) found the posterior tibial slope significantly correlated with both, peak anterior tibial acceleration and peak anteromedial bundle strain.
A common cause for anteromedial pain is inflammation of the pes anserine bursa, which separates the medial collateral ligament and the medial hamstring tendons.
The patient, a thirty (30) years old lady, presented with a smooth, large swelling on the anteromedial side of her right thigh.
An anteromedial parapatellar incision and removal of the infrapatellar fat pad were performed to gain access to the patellofemoral joint.
Caecal bascule describes anteromedial folding of the caecum allowing the anterior surface to fold back on itself.
The petrous temporal bone also contains the inner ear, has a depression (Meckel's cave) close to its anteromedial apex housing the ganglion of the trigeminal nerve, and is perforated postero-medially by the internal auditory meatus, which transmits the 8th (auditoryvestibular) and 7th cranial nerves to and from the brainstem.
A 34-month-old African American male was referred for evaluation of anteromedial bowing of the legs (Fig.
After explanation to the patient of the procedure and airway topicalisation, flexible fibreoptic laryngoscopy was performed, showing anteromedial subluxation of the right arytenoid cartilage associated with overlying oedema, and slight shortening of the right aryepiglottic fold.
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