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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.
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cranial

(ˈkreɪnɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the skull
ˈcranially adv
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cra•ni•al

(ˈkreɪ ni əl)

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

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

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

cranial

[ˈkreɪnɪəl] ADJcraneal
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cranial

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

adj (Anat) → Schädel-, kranial (spec)
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cranial

[ˈkreɪnɪəl] adj (Anat) → cranico/a
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cra·ni·al

a. craneal, craneano-a, del cráneo o rel. al mismo.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

cranial

adj craneal, craneano
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References in periodicals archive ?
The methodology adopted for correlation was placement of consecutive slides side by side caudally and cranially and comparing all the fascicles in both sections on the basis of correlation parameters.
In comparison to the ESP block, a thoracic epidural block has spread of a local anaesthetic two dermatome cranially and one in the caudal direction only (11).
The incus and the malleus' head were removed to provide access to the SGF, which is the triangular anatomical area between the FN (tympanic portion), the GG and the greater petrosal nerve caudally, the MCF dura cranially, and the labyrinthine bloc dorsally (Figure 2) [4-7].
A slight Trendelenburg position initially may help the injection spread cranially, which may be useful in empiric SIH treatment.
This position is optimal as it gives good visualization and any potential organ in the pouch of Douglas that is pushed cranially away resulting from the prolapse.
The posterior abdominal wall is the posterior boundary of the abdominal cavity, which is the continuous part of posterior thoracic wall from the level of diaphragm cranially and posterior pelvic wall caudally.
Zone 2 is located between the angle of the jaw and the cricothyroid membrane, which is most prone to injury, followed by zones 1 and 3 located caudally and cranially to zone 2, respectively (7).
Shamblin I and some of Shamblin II we dissect the CCA first and then proceed cranially. Yet another technique named "the internal to external (INT-EX) technique", described by Rao and team is a stepwise dissection technique of carotid body tumors from the internal carotid towards the external carotid artery16.
When performing predilation, care should be taken to see that the short dilatator is tilted cranially to ensure safe dilation.
Radiograph revealed that uterus was larger in diameter than small intestinal loops located in ventral caudal abdomen while displacing loops of intestine dorsally and cranially (Fig.
Additional 4ml of macaine was used to fan caudally and cranially. Vitals (BP, HR, oxygen saturation) were monitored throughout the procedure.