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calcar

[′kal‚kär]
(zoology)
A spur or spurlike process, especially on an appendage or digit.
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Surgical technique is that the first guide wire is inclined at an angle of 160[degrees]-165[degrees] from the shaft axis and directed from anterior to posterior and proximally, in a way it passes through the lower portion of femoral neck near the calcar closely on antero-posterior view, the guide wire goes to the posterior 3rd of head of femur and comes close to the posterior part of neck (On lateral view).
Antes de insertar el implante final, se realizo la cementacion y se reconstruyo el calcar. Despues de la reduccion de la cadera con el implante final, los principales fragmentos de fractura del trocanter mayor se aproximaron entre si con la ayuda de los dos alambres de cerclaje que se pasaron superior al trocanter mayor, dentro de la insercion del musculo gluteo medio, de medial a lateral sobre el musculo.
"They also have a very similar design approach to us," Van Calcar added.
van Calcar et al., "Nutritional management of PKU with glycomacropeptide from cheese whey," Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease, vol.
1B); individual hairs with white bases comprising approximately onethird of the length in the upper back region; calcar slightly longer than hindfoot; metacarpal formulae III<IV<V; mastoid breadth less than zygomatic breadth (Table 1); upper premolars subequal in height and anteroposterior length; second lower premolar shorter that the first and third (Fig.
In [Figure 1]c, the principal stress distribution from the top of the femoral head to calcar was illustrated in healthy hip joint model; such simulation results were found consistent with the results of previous studies.[19],[21] In addition, the shape and location of the biomechanical transfer path were consistent with the distribution of bone density [Figure 1]d.
Entre las principales causas de este paralelismo se puede mencionar la Biblia, la Antiguedad grecolatina, la coincidencia de la experiencia vital de varios pueblos, asi como los prestamos (por via de calcar de otras lenguas, incluyendo el latin).
For patients with intertrochanteric fractures, long-stem prostheses (cemented or uncemented depending on bone density and morphology of medullary cavity) were used if it was noted during the surgery that calcar femorale or lesser trochanter fracture was present, and that medial femur could not support the prosthesis sufficiently (Fig.1).
CORVALLIS - Greta Van Calcar, an NAIA cross country all-American, will transfer to Oregon State next season, OSU track and cross country coach Kelly Sullivan announced Monday.
Essa pode ser feita com agua e sabao ou com alcool gel, devendo ocorrer antes e apos o contato com o cliente, antes de calcar as luvas e apos retira-las, entre um cliente e outro, entre um procedimento e outro, ou em ocasioes onde possa existir transferencia de patogenos para cliente e/ou ambientes, entre procedimentos com o mesmo cliente e apos o contato com sangue, liquido corporal, secrecoes, excrecoes e artigos ou equipamentos contaminados (11).
To ensure optimal clinical outcomes, the current consensus is that the restoration of the medial calcar, metaphyseal buttressing, and anatomic reduction of the tuberosities are key [7].