anatomical reference

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Noun1.anatomical reference - an expression that relates to anatomy
locution, saying, expression - a word or phrase that particular people use in particular situations; "pardon the expression"
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Of the slightest anatomical reference he became particularly shy, and, if he saw a bone ahead, would go any distance out of his way rather than mention it by name.
(3-5) A recently published multisite trial demonstrates significant differences in CPP values based on measurement technique, specifically using either phlebostatic axis (PA) or tragus (Tg) as anatomical reference locations for arterial transducers when calculating CPP.
As shown in Figure 1, the anatomical locations of the GPi and external globus pallidus (GPe) were differentiated with the PET/MRI fusion images by referring to major landmarks, including the CAU, PUT, THA, and red nucleus according to an anatomical reference (8).
It is important to ensure the normal distance from the face plane is measured since the anatomical reference plane is not aligned with the x-y-z axes.
"We look forward to working closely with them to ensure they get the most from the technology." "The uniqueness of this equipment is combination of computed tomography for small animals and True 3D optical tomography which allows us to observe anatomical reference of the animal and processes that take place at molecular level on the combined image," said Jurijs Dmitrijevs, specialist of GenMedica Baltic Ltd.
Although anatomical reference points for BUS and CXR determination of ETT positioning are not comparable, BUS was found to be an easy, feasible alternative method to determine the optimal position of ETTs in the trachea of neonates when using relevant surface anatomical reference points.
The PCF website also offers information on forensic art--facial reconstruction--as well as anatomical reference casts and more.
The second book provides an anatomical reference manual of such beasts.
For example, this month he had an imaginative anatomical reference, which I removed.
The mean values ([micro]m) of overcontour at the positions zero, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, and 2.0 mm from the gingival margin for the unprepared artificial teeth (control) and for the laminate veneers (regardless of using or not an anatomical reference) are shown in Table 1.
(Bronzino et al, 2000) makes the gait evaluation by comparing the technical reference system attached to a cluster with 3 markers, with an anatomical reference system with z axis along each foot bone.
An anatomical reference is provided in the appendix, along with the current TNM classifications for head and neck carcinomas.

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