cervical plexus

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Synonyms for cervical plexus

a nerve plexus lying beneath the sternocleidomastoid muscle

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Imaging of acute cervical spine trauma: when to obtain which modality.
ITEM has recently informed us that based on recent clinical studies, including the first published study indicating that LuViva is safe and effective for pregnant women, the Turkish Ministry of Health has approved LuViva for wide scale screening of cervical cancer, said Gene Cartwright, CEO of Guided Therapeutics, Inc.
Cervical cancer is the second most common malignancy among women of Indonesia with an incidence rate of about 17 in 100,000.
Since screening began in the 1980s, the number of deaths by cervical cancer have almost halved due to the success of early detection and treatment.
China and India are expected to be the fastest growing cervical total disc replacement markets in Asia Pacific.
Studies of IBD and cervical neoplasia have yielded mixed results as to a possible association.
The skin-like cells of the ectocervix can become cancerous, leading to a squamous cell cervical cancer.
Screening only takes five minutes, but the impact of cervical cancer can last a lifetime.
The cervical nerve plexus is located at the posterior triangle of the neck that is formed by the cervical prevertebral fascia, the paravertebral muscles and the cervical vertebra (5).
Cervical Screening Awareness Week takes place between Monday June 6 and June 12, when women aged between 25 and 64 will receive an invitation to attend a clinic.
HPV is a common, sexually transmitted organism that can cause abnormal cervical cell growth.
Each of us has seven cervical vertebrae within the neck region.
However, cervical cerclage and induction of labor appeared to be risk factors for cervical laceration in these deliveries, wrote Dr.
More than twice as many African-American women die from cervical cancer as Caucasian women.
Abnormal vaginal discharge, high vaginal pH, cervical friability and diagnosis of chlamydia at baseline were also more common among injectable users than among oral contraceptive users (9-47% vs.