obturator


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a prosthesis used to close an opening (as to close an opening of the hard palate in cases of cleft palate)

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[USPRwire, Wed Aug 07 2019] The esophageal obturator airway kit is generally used in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest that obstructs the esophagus while simultaneously ventilating the lungs.
Obturator Hernia: A Rare Cause of Small Bowel Obstruction.
In the differential diagnosis, bladder syndrome, vulvodynia, levator myalgia, piriformis syndrome, coxodynia, cauda equina syndrome, neuralgias and inflammation of other nerves such as obturator, genitofemoral, or ilioinguinal nerves should be considered.
[ClickPress, Thu Dec 20 2018] The esophageal obturator airway kit is generally used in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest that obstructs the esophagus while simultaneously ventilating the lungs.
Pubic vein: This is a vascular connection between the external iliac/inferior epigastric and obturator vein, and hemorrhage of this vein is called corona mortis.
Planladigimiz ex vivo calisma kapsaminda; intraoral maksillektomi defektlerinde, konvansiyonel olcu sistemlerinden kaynakli problemlerin ve zorluklarin KIBT kullanilarak ustesinden gelinmesi ve stereolitografi gibi hizli prototipleme teknolojisi kullanilarak da obturator protezlerinin defekt bolgesinine yerlesen bulb bolumlerinin uretilmesi ve tamliklarinin hacimsel olarak degerlendirilmesi hedeflenmistir.
The nerves studied included Sensory nerves (Femoral, Obturator, Lateral femoral cutaneous, Tibial, Superficial peroneal, Deep peroneal, & Posterior femoral cutaneous nerves) and motor nerves (Femoral, Obturator, Tibial, Common peroneal nerves).
The type of material to be used to create obturator prosthesis depends on several factors, such as the type and extent of the fistula and the ability of the patient to cope with conventional removable dentures, although the aim was always to restore the anatomical loss of hard and soft tissues, providing enough retention to the denture to improve functional and psychological well-being.
A Cobra catheter was passed into the contralateral right internal iliac artery, where digital subtraction angiography (DSA) demonstrated two areas of active contrast extravasation from the presumed internal pudendal and obturator arteries, compatible with hemorrhage secondary to traumatic lacerations (Figure 1b).
Especially in cancers involving the lateral wall of the bladder, the resectoscope may stimulate the obturator nerve.
Six months after maxillectomy, the patient was rehabilitated with hollow bulb obturator. The maxillary obturator was not stable.
Anterior hip dislocations are further subclassified as superior, inferior, luxation erecta of hip, obturator, or pubic type [12].
Computed tomography (CT) showed a contrast-enhanced tumor in the lower ureter (data not shown), left hydronephrosis (data not shown) and an enlarged left obturator lymph node (18 mm in diameter, Figure S2).