anatomical landmarks

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  • These two branches can be targeted using anatomical landmarks only.
  • The anatomy of the chest can also be described through the use of anatomical landmarks.
  • When describing the position of anatomical structures, structures may be described according to the anatomical landmark they are near.
  • A typical example is an equally spaced set of points between two anatomical landmarks to get more sample points from a shape.
  • This nerve can be located using only anatomical landmarks.
  • Such courses aim to educate students in basic human anatomy and seek to establish anatomical landmarks that may later be used to aid medical diagnosis.
  • Advantages of this block include rapid blockade of the shoulder region, and relatively easily palpable anatomical landmarks.
  • Acupoint location usually depends on specific anatomical landmarks that can be palpated.
  • In humans, reference may take origin from superficial anatomy, made to anatomical landmarks that are on the skin or visible underneath.
  • Anatomical landmarks determine homologous parts of an organism, which share a common ancestry.
  • Once the treatment lines are drawn to find the nerve using anatomical landmarks, a local anesthetic is applied and the needles are inserted into the skin.
  • Examples of anatomical landmark in shape of a skull are the eye corner, tip of the nose, jaw, etc.
  • They are sometimes used as anatomical landmarks in radiological examinations.
  • With CAOS, the surgeon can more accurately pinpoint anatomical landmarks that might be hard to see in a small incision.
  • The first attempts, based on the identification of anatomical landmarks were made by Caversaccio and Zulliger.
  • In practice, acupuncture points are located by a combination of anatomical landmarks, palpation, and feedback from the patient.
  • Quantitative palpation of anatomical landmarks for measurements must occur according to strict protocols if one wishes to achieve reproducible measurements.
  • The only anatomical landmark experiencing migration is the gingival margin in a coronal direction.
  • It is preferred by some practitioners when a lumbar puncture is performed on an obese patient where having them lie on their side would cause a scoliosis and unreliable anatomical landmarks.
  • There are three basic types of landmarks: anatomical landmarks, mathematical landmarks or pseudo-landmarks.
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