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cra·ni·al

 (krā′nē-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the skull or cranium.

[From cranium.]

cra′ni·al·ly adv.

cranial

(ˈkreɪnɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the skull
ˈcranially adv

cra•ni•al

(ˈkreɪ ni əl)

adj.
of or pertaining to the cranium or skull.
[1790–1800]
cra′ni•al•ly, adv.

cra·ni·al

(krā′nē-əl)
Of or near the skull or cranium.

cranial

Relating to the skull or head.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cranial - of or relating to the cranium which encloses the brain; "cranial pressure"
Translations

cranial

[ˈkreɪnɪəl] ADJcraneal

cranial

[ˈkreɪniəl] adj [capacity, nerves] → crânien(ne); [bleeding] → cérébral(e) cranial osteopathycranial osteopathy [ˌkreɪniəlɒstɪˈɒpəθɪ] nosthéopathie f crânienne

cranial

adj (Anat) → Schädel-, kranial (spec)

cranial

[ˈkreɪnɪəl] adj (Anat) → cranico/a

cra·ni·al

a. craneal, craneano-a, del cráneo o rel. al mismo.

cranial

adj craneal, craneano
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I had complete deployment control as I was able to make adjustments cranially and caudally prior to final placement.
Hypertonus of the hind limbs including the phalanges was present, resulting in a resting position on the pelvis with cranially extended legs and dorsal flexion of the tail.
Boundaries of dissection template comprise the genitofemoral nerve laterally, the internal iliac artery medially, Cooper ligament caudally, and the crossing of the ureter at the common iliac artery cranially.
When selecting the stent size, the stent length should exceed the measured obstruction cranially and caudally by 1 cm each way, while the stent diameter should be adapted to the SVC in its unobstructed state.
The splenic vein courses along the posterior aspect of the pancreatic body and tail, while the celiac artery is related cranially to the neck of the pancreas.
During this step it is recommended that the surgeon draw the band of the rudimentary uterus upwards ventrally and cranially to ensure that the bladder is not lying over the point of perforation, as described by Brucker et al.
In a CC view, the x-ray enters cranially and the film is located caudally.
Another small fenestration was found about 1 cm cranially (figure 2).
The IMT measurements on each side were taken at the common carotid artery (CCA) (10 mm before and 5-10 mm cranially to the start of the bulb) and the internal carotid artery 10 mm after the flow divider.
Cranially, the epitheiium is simple columnar with few ciliated cells observed.