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a group of people or things arranged in a row

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a vertical glass tube used in column chromatography

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a vertical array of numbers or other information

anything that approximates the shape of a column or tower

an article giving opinions or perspectives

a vertical cylindrical structure standing alone and not supporting anything (such as a monument)

(architecture) a tall vertical cylindrical structure standing upright and used to support a structure

a page or text that is vertically divided

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any tubular or pillar-like supporting structure in the body

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Thus the free-standing cage containing the dorsal column, the window-like frame from which the skeleton-bird hangs, the suspended pane of glass suggesting simultaneously a connecting corridor, different storeys and a huge skylight, the cage like structure of the entire skeleton-palace, and the impression of a light-filled vaulted space--all have close equivalents in the great iron-frame building, which is lit both by side windows and a skylight stretching almost its full length (Fig.
Cutting other ascending tracts of the spinal cord that run through the dorsal column could disrupt any of several kinds of sensory signals on their way to the brain.
With dorsal column spinal cord stimulation, small wires are placed along the midline of the epidural space.
shift of afferent drive of dorsal column nuclear cells following
Electrical Stimulation DME include: Dorsal Column Stimulators/Spinal Cord
If the DRG is injured, it causes corresponding injury to the dorsal columns and renders them unusable to modulation by SCS; [5] any modulation target is then selected 'deeper' to this level, e.
Although cerebellar damage also has to be considered, it is more likely that this patient's balance issues are connected with nerve damage to her dorsal columns resulting in a loss of proprioception in her feet.
Damage to the dorsal columns results in ipsilateral loss of proprioception and fine touch below the level of the lesion.
Sparing of the dorsal columns was evident from preservation of deep touch, proprioception and vibration sense in all limbs.
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