The temporal nerve was identified and neurolysis proceeded, starting at the distal position and carefully working proximally
along the course of the nerve.
Also in our case the urethral duplication was similar to the Effmann Type I classification, but the localization was more proximally
3) Therefore, surgeons should strive to achieve as tight a press fit as possible proximally
to maximize the probability of bone ingrowth allowing for support of the implant proximal to the taper junction, which is the obvious weak point of the implant.
The arrangement of two tegular apophyses arising proximally
from the tegulum in a 6- to 7-o'clock position is characteristic (Figs 1-3).
The males of Microtendipes can be distinguished from all other Chironomini by one or two rows of stout, proximally
directed setae on the fore femur.
And if larger states proximally
close to sinking nations do in fact decide to assist them--most clearly seen in Australia and its relationship with the smattering of nearby atolls--there is much more to consider.
8 cm wide, proximally
cuneate, and broadest in the proximal 1/4 (see Smith, 1990: Fig.
She could barely break gravity on the left lower limb and could fight resistance briefly on the right side; she was weaker distally compared to proximally
on both sides.
Bleeding from the rectum or more proximally
will present as altered blood mixed with the stool and mandates colonoscopy.
The operator should identify a straight portion of the vessel by panning the probe proximally
and observing no change in the relative medio-lateral position of the vessel in the sonogram.
In our case, it showed a stricture 4 cm proximally
to the skin opening of the ileal conduit.
Dorsal fin light blue with irregular rows of dark red spots and dots; proximally
somewhat fused forming an irregular blotch, medially elongated on fin rays, distally denser and smaller.