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jugular

1. of, relating to, or situated near the throat or neck
2. of, having, or denoting pelvic fins situated in front of the pectoral fins

jugular

[′jəg·yə·lər]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the region of the neck above the clavicle.
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Chronic haematoma-a complication of percutaneous catheterization of the internal jugular vein.
The risk of clot propagation with surgery and ligation of the internal jugular vein has been shown to carry a risk of only 2.7% of cerebral vein or dural sinus thrombosis.
On thorough examination, it was confirmed that tumor was extension of left jugular vein.
The jugular bulb was separated from the malleus and stapes and reduced via bipolar cautery.
The internal jugular vein was targeted for the placement of ten-pole (mapping of the coronary sinus) due to underweight of the patient.
[24] measuring the flow rate in the jugular and in the vertebral veins, respectively, in supine position and in upright position found that the latter was the predominant outflow route in upright position.
Key Words: Clivus, jugular foramen, occipital condyle, Pakistani skull.
Fully automated common carotid artery and internal jugular vein identification and tracking using B-mode ultrasound.
Jugular foramen schwannomas (JFS) are benign slowly growing tumors that arise from the sheath of a nerve fascicle and account for 3% to 4% of all intracranial schwannomas.
Earlier today, the Pakistan army chief had called Kashmir a 'jugular vein' of Pakistan, and said that the solution to Kashmir problem will be resolved according to the wishes of Kashmiri people.
MARK ROBINS wants Town to go for the jugular on Saturday and give Barnsley keeper Luke Steele a very busy day.
More important, what should be highlighted from our study is that, within 1 hr after administration of the low BPA dose (0.05 mg/kg), the BPA concentrations in blood collected from the jugular vein (i.e., downstream from the BPA absorption site) were higher than those measured after the corresponding iv administration (see Figure 1B of Gayrard et al.