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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In the present study, humeri had most of the nutrient foramina on anteromedial surface {62%} followed by medial border {20%}.
In atypical cervical vertebrae, on the right side, the accessory FT was most commonly found in C7 and the most common position of it was anteromedial (unilateral) to the main FT, as well as posteromedial (bilateral) (4.55% each).
The petrous apex is the pyramidal shape medial projection of the temporal bone anteromedial to the inner ear and lateral to the petro-occipital fissure.
The feature indicated an anteromedial fracture initiation, with force applied to the posterolateral surface.
The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the neck revealed a well-circumscribed nodular lesion, approximately 1 cm in diameter with a moderate enhancement on the anteromedial wall, and fat intensity in all sequences in post contrast series in the right palatine tonsil (Figure 2).
At present, in general, it is assumed that ACL comprises a structure of two bundles: anteromedial and posterolateral.
Various techniques that have been described for the reconstruction of these defects are split-thickness skin grafts,[3] muscle flaps (e.g., Gracilis flap),[4] fasciocutaneous flaps (e.g., pudendal flap),[5] perineal flap,[6] anterolateral thigh flap,[7] deep inferior epigastric perforator flap,[8] and anteromedial thigh flap.[9]
Erythrodermic psoriasis demonstrated along the anteromedial aspect of the left thigh
Following data are given: lengths and ratio of the anteromedial (ame) and sublateral ocular setae (osl) of the carapace, unless lost; value of the angle formed by setae dps-mps-lps in the pedipalpal coxa disk; ratio chelal hand depth/seta [ih.sub.2]; length of tactile setae on tergites IX and XI and sternite X.
Femoral tunneling by anteromedial portal has eventually overcome the transtibial technique, because the anatomical position of the graft cannot be achieved using the transtibial technique which may result in instability [3, 26-28].
(18,23-25) The anterior root of the lateral meniscus covers 140.7 [mm.sup.2] and is 14.2 mm [+ or -] 2.2 mm anteromedial to the apex of the lateral tibial eminence, 5.0 mm [+ or -] 1.8 mm anterolateral to the center of the ACL, and 13.4 mm [+ or -] 2.1 mm anterior to the nearest edge of the posterior lateral meniscal root.
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