To avoid any injuries and risk to both the caregivers and patients, hospitals have started using patient lateral
transfer devices or products.
When patients with pathological MRI findings were evaluated, the most common pathological findings were synovial fluid and medial meniscus injury; and the least common pathological findings were medial collateral ligament, lateral
collateral ligament, and posterior cruciate ligament injury.
Two Hundred fifty patients, of both genders, were randomly selected from the Operative Dentistry Department and were examined for the presence or absence of palatogingival groove in their maxillary incisors, both central and lateral
. The data were collected between 1st January, 2018 and 30th June, 2018.
end of the alar batten graft then lies against the pyriform aperture as usual.
Deciding when it's the right time to make a lateral
move is never easy to begin with knowing there's at least a 30 percent chance it won't work out only makes it tougher.
Breadth/length index of the anterior median dorsal plate 120-128; lateral
plate very long and narrow; median dorsal plate with wide lateral
angles; mixilateral plate overlapped by the anterior median dorsal plate; ornamentation of widely spaced linear ridges with finely tuberculated areas between them.
Plain radiography and computed tomography at three months after the injury showed that the avulsion fracture of the lateral
epicondyle became displaced and malunited, the radiohumeral joint had widened on the anteroposterior view, and the posterior subluxation of the radial head had widened on the lateral
view (Figures 2(a)-2(e)).
mass screws technique is a safe and effective method for cervical fixation after proper reduction.
In accounts filed at Companies House, Lateral
Advertising's net assets were valued at PS22,695 in 2014 but by the end of 2015 the firm had net liabilities of PS161,889.
(2014) have described a variation of median nerve of a Sri Lankan subject which was formed by two lateral
Discoid meniscus, one of the most common anatomic variations of the meniscus, was first described in cadavers by Young in 1889.[sup] Discoid lateral
meniscus is more common, with a prevalence ranging from 0.4% to 17.0%,[sup] compared to 0.06–0.30% for medial menisci.[sup] It was reported that the incidence of tear or degeneration of discoid menisci was twice as high as normal menisci.[sup], However, there is still no sufficient evidence explaining the predisposition to tear of discoid menisci.