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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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In this patient, the constant pain in the coracoid process at the first examination and after the operation and the positive coracoid impingement sign suggested coracoid impingement syndrome.
This trauma also led to damage of the coracoid process and laxity in the posterior glenohumeral capsule.
One technique describes the transfer of the short head of the biceps tendon, the coracobrachialis and the tip of the coracoid process to the inferior surface of the distal end of the clavicle.
Recreating a vertical constraint between the coracoid process and the distal end of the clavicle that was previously provided by the coracoclavicular ligaments should be a primary goal of surgical fixation.
Coracoid process transfer for acromioclavicular dislocation.
Acromioclavicular dislocations: treatment by transfer of the conjoined tendon and distal end of the coracoid process to the clavicle.
Coracoid process fractures more often occur in association with other shoulder girdle injuries.
Fracture of the coracoid process associated with subglenoid dislocation of the shoulder: a case report.
Trapshooter's shoulder: stress fracture of the coracoid process case report.
The Bristow procedure, which involves a transfer of the tip of the coracoid process with its muscular attachments to the anterior glenoid producing a sling effect on the humeral head, has produced similar reports documenting restricted postoperative external rotation.
The anterior deltoid was then divided in line with its fibers to expose the coracoid process.
A curved suture passer was then used to direct two to three number five nonabsorbable braided sutures around the base of the coracoid process in a medial to lateral direction in order to minimize the risk of neurovascular injury.
To our knowledge, this is the first case in the literature of osteoid osteoma involving the base of coracoid process excised through an anterior approach.
Computed tomography (CT) scan revealed a subcortical nidus in the base of the coracoid process (Fig.
Meticulous osteotomy of the base of the coracoid process was done because of the close proximity of the coracoid process to the neurovascular structures.