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innominate

[i¦näm·ə·nət]
(anatomy)
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The syndrome of innominate artery compression of the trachea as first reported by Gross and Neuhauser (2) in 1948 was originally thought to be attributable to an aberrant innominate artery that originated anomalously on the left side of the aortic arch and coursed obliquely from left to right causing an anterior indentation of the trachea (Fig.
The purpose of this study was to illustrate the presentation, diagnosis, and surgical management of a unique case involving a prosthetic innominate artery graft which eroded into the trachea.
It also uses the word exchange to refer to many contracts, which are not specifically exchanges but are, rather, buying, renting, and other innominate contracts.
In the ty pe with mirror branching, the first branch of the arch is the left innominate artery, which is followed by the right carotid and the right subclavian artery (Fig 2).
The second subgroup in coarctation of the aorta, tubular hypoplasia, describes a long, fusiform narrowing of the aortic arch somewhere distal to the origin of the innominate artery.
The body part representation of these remains is highly curious, as it includes the cranium, the ribs, the innominate (excluding the synsacrum) and most limb bones (including all phalanges), but lacks the vertebral column and several pairs of limb bones (see FIGURE 2).
The AEPD II prototype is a braided self-expanding stent deployed in the innominate artery, extending downwards into the aorta.
Other vendors mentioned in the report are Innominate Security Technologies AG, N-dimension Solutions Inc.
The seminal papers they presented before the Society in its early years included not only that of Doctor McBurney on appendicitis, but also those of Doctor Sands on perityphlitis, Doctor Bull on hernia, Doctor Stimson on innominate aneurysm, and Doctor Weir on cystic degeneration of the vermiform appendix.
Thus, money may be given by way of many contracts: by way of price for a purchased good; by way of merchandise sold for another money; by way of innominate contract of barter or other, exchanging it for something else or for money; by way of lending called Mutuum, when something else is given back and not the same thing; by way of lending called Commodatum, in order to get back the same thing given; by way of security for what is owed; and by way of rental of a sum so that the same amount that was given is returned, after the person who borrows it takes advantage of its use, by showing his riches, or enjoying its presence, or using its broth, or giving it as security, and so forth.
Tracheal resection and anastomosis is a technically difficult operation that carries the risk of life-threatening complications, including suture-line dehiscence, innominate artery erosion, and wound infection.
com) the leading provider of network security policy management solutions, today announced that Innominate Security Technologies AG of Berlin, Germany, has chosen the Solsoft Policy Server platform to automate and simplify the management of the mGuard Firewall product line.