anatomical location

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  • In a small number of patients narrowing may be present in more than one anatomical location.
  • It has been speculated that the anatomical location may be more central than that involved in hyperacusis.
  • The decision whether to perform surgery is determined by the extent of the damage and the anatomical location of the injury.
  • A ventral region may also exist, but its exact anatomical location is disputed.
  • In the book, eye diseases were sorted by their anatomical location.
  • The treatment is dependent on many different variables such as the anatomical location and the severity of the injury.
  • The region's name refers to its anatomical location immediately behind the splenium of the corpus callosum.
  • The aim of pneumoencephalography is to outline these shadow-forming air-filled structures so that their shape and anatomical location can be examined.
  • Anatomical terminology uses a variety of unique and possibly confusing terms to describe the anatomical location and action of different structures.
  • By definition, a parasitic twin is joined to another twin in a certain anatomical location or position on the developed twin's body.
  • The size, composition, and anatomical location of each motor pool is tightly controlled by complex developmental pathways.
  • In tension pneumothorax, X-rays are sometimes required if there is doubt about the anatomical location of the pneumothorax.
  • Further description: The depth of a Category/Stage III pressure ulcer varies by anatomical location.
  • A fetus is also characterized by the presence of all the major body organs, though they will not yet be fully developed and functional, and may not all be situated in their final anatomical location.
  • Further description: The depth of a Category/Stage IV pressure ulcer varies by anatomical location.
  • Smooth muscle behavior is variable depending on anatomical location.
  • The abomasum's normal anatomical location is along ventral midline.
  • The specific anatomical location is still unclear, but it was shown that the right frontal operculum was most relevant in emotional gesturing.
  • Brodmann Area 15 is one of the areas that was not found in humans; however, at least one research group has found an area in approximately the correct anatomical location with similar functions.
  • Setons can be tied tightly or loosely and with different materials, depending on the anatomical location of the fistulae and what may be medically required.
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