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cranial

of or relating to the skull
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The radiographic beam is then angled 10[degrees] cranially.
This sign is a line of red/purple discolouration seen to arise from the anal margin and extend cranially between the buttocks; the onset of the second stage of labour is indicated when it reaches the nape of the buttocks.
So metanephros by its growth has been gone cranially and occupied front of atrophic mesonephros and testis were occupied in caudoventral part of abdominal cavity.
The cranially implanted RNS device differs from conventional, "open loop" brain stimulation technologies that involve the scheduled delivery of electrical stimulation to specific brain regions independent of brain activity.
No cerebral symptoms were reported during clinical use for 5 [+ or -] 5 days (until adjustment or removal) in seven patients with cranially directed catheters, or in the remaining 12 patients with cranially directed catheters removed immediately after X-ray control.
Dorsal aortic blood flow includes all blood ejected from the heart except for 10% that is directed cranially (Hu and Clark 1989).
An umbilical port and two additional ports were placed 8 cm from the umbilicus, 30 cranially and caudally from an axis between the umbilicus and UPJ.
Under appropriate anesthesia, a 8mm cranial defect was created; a PTFE membrane placed cranially, the defect filled with the test material and a PTFE membrane placed over the material.
While we were there he hardly looked at a race as, extra cranially pissed (no change there, then) he had a great time trying to sell
We want to safeguard against consumer deception," said spokesman James Cranially, who added that the Treasury Department agency is working on ways to strengthen its packaging and labeling guidelines.