costal cartilage


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costal cartilage

[′käst·əl ¦kärd·əl·ij]
(anatomy)
The cartilage occupying the interval between the ribs and the sternum or adjacent cartilages.
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From July of 2013 to January of 2014, 22 patients underwent diced costal cartilage for nasal augmentation in Plastic Surgery Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Peking Union Medical College.
Preserved costal cartilage homograft application for the treat- ment of temporomandibular joint ankylosis.
Inoi, "Estimation of sex and age by calcification pattern of costal cartilage in Japanese," Nihon Hoigaku Zasshi, vol.
As demonstrated in the present case, costochondritis commonly presents as a local, (2) sharp pain adjacent to the sternum and most often affects the second to fifth costal cartilages. (20,21) Often the result of repetitive physical activity, (22) movement of the chest and ribcage generally reproduces this pain, (23) and symptoms are usually elicited by pressure over one of the costochondral junctions of the sternum.
During routine anatomical dissection of the supraclavicular and infraclavicular regions on the left side of an adult male cadaver at Department of Anatomy, Medical College, Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina, we observed a supernumerary muscle that was attached, anteriorly, to the first costal cartilage and ran posteriorly and laterally crossing over the brachial plexus and subclavian vessels to end inserted on the fascia of the posterior surface of the serratus anterior muscle between its first two digitations, about 15 mm medially to the suprascapular notch (coracoid notch).
In KO mice, significant enlargement of costal cartilage and immature bony structure of the ribs was observed.
Specific topics include using costal cartilage for dorsal augmentation and tip grafting, double-eyelid surgery: non-incisional suture techniques, epicanthoplasty and aesthetic lateral canthoplasty, management strategies for the aging Asian face: philosophy and evolution, and aesthetic facial use of botulinum toxin in East Asians.
The preoperative CT measurements of the eighth rib cartilage were highly correlated with the actual length of the costal cartilage as measured intraoperatively.
PS cases present with absence or under-development of pectoralis major muscle associated in some cases with or without a hypoplasia of the breast an agenesis of 234 and 5 ipsilateral costal cartilage an athelia and an ipsilateral webbing of the fingers (cutaneous syndactyly).23 Therefore PS may occur with different gravity.
The Transpyloric line TPL connects the tip of 9 th costal cartilage of both sides.
Use of costal cartilage cantilever grafts in negroid rhinoplasties.