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cranial

of or relating to the skull
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The cranial cruciate ligament anchors the tibia to prevent it from moving forward in respect to the femur when the stifle undergoes pressure and movement.
Total quantity or scope: Operation microscope and cranial fixation system with retractors frame acquisition in accordance with the technical specifications.
An exciting aspect of our technology is that additional complexity does not increase manufacturing cost, and having both cranial and facial devices cleared now enables us to answer ever more complex cases where upper facial structures can be incorporated with cranial implants as a single device," added Severine Zygmont, president of OPM Biomedical.
Paleontologists from the Natural History Museum and academics from Lincoln, Cambridge and Solvakia have recreated the cranial structure of a 308-million-year-old lizard-like vertebrate that could be the earliest example of a reptile and explain the origin of all vertebrates that belong to reptiles, birds and mammals.
In conjunction with the antibiotic therapy I performed OMT utilizing myofascial unwinding, balanced ligamentous tension release, and cranial osteopathy.
This edition includes head muscles and glands, cervical vertebrae, a resizable interface that conforms to screen size, and extended vessels and cranial nerve content.
She was now quite settled and on reevaluation of her cranial system there was increased craniosacral rhythm of her right temporal and occipital bones.
Tissue Regeneration Systems, Ann Arbor, MI, has received clearance from the FDA for its 3D-printed Cranial Bone Void Filler, its flagship product in a suite of devices indicated for cranial reconstruction.
The Cranial Equity Loan is a three-act satire of modern life, the banking industry and consumer credit played against the backdrop of the Melbourne Cup, the most prestigious horse race in Australia and possibly the biggest fashion event of the year.
LONDON -- Pakistani teenage activist Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head by Taliban for advocating girls' education, will undergo cranial reconstructive surgery within weeks as part of her long-term recovery, doctors treating her at a UK hospital have said.
Subjects: Nervous System, Sensory System, Somatic Motor System, Visceral Motor System, Cranial Nerves, Brain Functions.
In contrast, cranial lesions provide solid evidence of violent intent when the nature of the impact point can be identified.