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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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Dr Yates adapted a technique using bovine jugular vein which he had pioneered for replacing pulmonary valves to adapt it in case of this baby and use to it recreate a mitral valve.
According to media reports, the victim, Ayyan Ali, student of class-1 was sleeping in the room of his aunt, Nazia Bibi when she cut his jugular vein with a sharp weapon.
We report a case of a patient who required CVC and had extensive involvement of BP caused by the nerve sheath tumour, which resembled the internal jugular vein and external carotid artery, as observed on US of the neck.
Advantages of right internal jugular vein cannulation relate to the fact that it has got good external landmarks, its consistent and predictable anatomic location, its valve-less course to the superior vena cava and right atrium.
On deep dissection, the projectile was found to have passed through left sternocleidomastoid muscle, both anterior and posterior walls of the internal jugular vein, and impacted into the paravertebral fascia.
Ultrasound of the neck revealed thrombosis of the internal and external jugular vein, the retromandibular and thyroid 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.
Based upon site of insertion frequency of complications was: Jugular 45 (75%), Subcalvian 13 (21.
Zaheer Asghar wrote on Facebook: "Her jugular vein was cut and she sadly passed away, bleeding to death.
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.