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Antonyms for mesial

being in or directed toward the midline or mesial plane of the body


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The mesial length of the plate is longer than the lateral length.
Interleukin-1 [beta] and microRNA-146a in an immature rat model and children with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy.
Limbic encephalitis is characterized with a lesion in the mesial temporal lobe without contrast uptake on MRI and is manifested with a clinical picture including epileptic seizure, behavioral change, irritability, and memory disorder.
The prognosis for control of seizures with medications in patients with MRI evidence for mesial temporal sclerosis.
The present report confirms that the third canal in the mesial root of mandibular second molars and to locate it, it must be sought along the line between two mesial canals after de-roofing pulp chamber and of orifice stenosis in this zone that might cover the opening of the canals.
No significant differences were found between mesial and distal sites of the same tooth; therefore no attempt was made to differentiate them further.
Volumetric evidence of bilateral damage in unilateral mesial temporal lobe epilepsy.
Pre-surgical predictors for psychiatric disorders following epilepsy surgery in patients with refractory temporal lobe epilepsy and mesial temporal sclerosis.
El sector inferior presenta una mayor complicacion debido a que, en su avance eruptivo, los primeros molares permanentes siguen una direccion hacia lingual y mesial que necesita como guia la cara distal del segundo molar primario.
Use of the triple tray technique is very useful in these cases, especially considering that most scans for a single tooth restoration only requires a scan of one tooth mesial and one tooth distal to the prepped tooth.
Whilst object-location memory is one component of spatial memory most consistently lateralized to the right mesial temporal region, recent research on neurologically healthy participants suggests the existence of task-specificity within the object-location paradigm.
The six cases treated had to do with mesial temporal sclerosis, right temporal cystic lesion, right temporal cavernoma, and cortical dysplasia, he said, noting that patients suffering from epilepsy are treated in stages.
Damage involved hard tissues of the distal root and fragments of the mesial root (Figure 1 and 2).
The lesions involved the mesial temporal lobes bordered by collateral sulcus in 19 cases and were located in the neocortical temporal lobes in 33 cases.
Although the exact pathophysiology of SUDEP is not determined, patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy represent an at-risk population because of autonomic dysregulation.