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Synonyms for process

Synonyms for process

a writ issued by authority of law

deal with in a routine way

perform mathematical and logical operations on (data) according to programmed instructions in order to obtain the required information

institute legal proceedings against

deliver a warrant or summons to someone

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When the keyhole surgery is performed at the skull base, the different keyhole approaches may open the frontal sinus, mastoid air cells, petrous bone air cells, anterior clinoid process air cells, and corresponding repair at the skull base is required to prevent postoperative CSF leakage.
After the bone between the optic canal and the anterior clinoid process has been removed, the clinoid is anchored to bone only through the optic strut.
Position of the optic strut was determined based on relation between the length of anterior clinoid process and the distance measuring from the optic strut to the top of the anterior clinoid process.
The anterior edge of the pituitary fossa is completed laterally by the middle clinoid process and the posterior boundary is formed by the dorsum sellae, the superolateral angles of which are expanded to form the posterior clinoid process (1).
The tumor also extended posteriorly along the base of the cranial vault, destroying the pterygoid plates inferiorly and the clinoid process superiorly.
A spinner dolphin, Stenella longirostris, from the Gulf of Mexico has both an anterior and a posterior clinoid process bordering its sella turcica.
The carotico-clinoid foramen is an inconstant structure, which is located in the anterior cranial fossa composed by the ossification of a fibrous ligament (1) that begins on the anterior clinoid process and binds to the middle clinoid process.
Type II (standard FLA): A Type II FLA was performed for lesions that invaded the anterior clinoid process, cavernous sinus, and the third ventricle.
One explanation for isolated oculomotor nerve palsy in sphenoid sinus mucocele is that the sinus expands anteriorly at the level of the anterior clinoid process where the oculomotor nerve is closest to the sinus.