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Antonyms for cephalic

of or relating to the head


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Kelyniam Inc specialises, develops, manufactures, and distributes custom cranial and craniomaxillofacial implants for patients requiring the reconstruction of cranial and certain facial structures.
Cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and contrast-enhanced MRI of the temporal bone revealed no pathologic finding in the brain parenchyma and cranial nerves.
4,5) Cranial MRI is often a preferred diagnostic modality and can be decisive in the differentiation of NL and involvement of CNS.
Conclusion: Mini titanium plate and screw fixation of cranial flaps is a simple, cost effective and safe option for repositioning and immediate stability as compared to traditional sutures.
Northfield, Illinois) suspension into the cranial cavity to estimate volume of each skull (N = 128).
Infants with cranial ultrasound revealing abnormalities such as absent corpus callosum, schizencephaly or findings with questionable significance, such as periventricular echodensities, were also excluded.
Takeuchi and associates12 have shown that though a well-established protocol for routine CT head after cranial surgery is not developed, usually a CT scan is performed on individual surgeon preference or if any neurological status change occur.
OSSDSIGN Cranial is a patient-specific medical implant intended for reconstruction of cranial defects, a surgical procedure known as cranioplasty.
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation for treatment of anxiety, depression, and insomnia.
Cranial Height: The distance between the vertex superiorly and the superior border of the auditory opening inferiorly measured by the spreading calliper.
German medical technology Brainlab is incorporating arc trajectory optimization into the next generation of its cranial radiosurgery software, the company said.
The two recent studies further support YSZ as a promising alternative for currently available cranial implants.
in the 1970s, as an offshoot osteopathy in the cranial field (OCF), or cranial osteopathy, which was developed in the 1930s by William Garner Sutherland.
Herein we report three patients of acute ICH who developed very late neurological deterioration associated with an increasingly late PHE without hematoma enlargement shown on control cranial CT taken approximately two weeks after ICH.
Then they discuss color illustrations of the human brain using three-dimensional modeling techniques, magnetic resonance imaging of the brain, magnetic resonance imaging of the cerebellum, magnetic resonance imaging of regional intracranial anatomy and orbits, the cranial nerves, advanced magnetic resonance imaging techniques, computed tomography imaging, vascular imaging, and neonatal cranial ultrasound.