insertion point


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insertion point

n (Comput) → Einfügemarke f
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Wyeth-Ayerst's suggested removal method (standard technique) uses an 11-blade scalpel and a curved and straight hemostat.[1] A 4-mm transverse incision is made at or just proximal (toward the shoulder) to the original insertion point. The straight hemostat is used to bluntly dissect around the distal (elbow) ends of the implants.
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Furthermore, the image fusion technology includes electromagnetic needle tip tracking, which allows the operator to continuously assess the best needle insertion point, the needle trajectory, and the target of the injection.
The anatomical femoral insertion of the MPFL was identified under fluoroscopic control using the indirect radiographic method described by Schottle et al.5 A blind-ending femoral tunnel was then drilled and the graft was drawn between the second and third joint capsule layers to the femoral insertion point. A locking suture was passed through the transepicondylar axis, pulling the graft into the medial tunnel.
Measurements of the tear should include size (anteroposterior dimension in short axis and transverse dimension in long axis) and depth (the distance between the PTT and the insertion point of the supraspinatus tendon on the greater tuberosity) of the tear.
Before the Joystick every surgeon had to the use the same insertion point and same angle in trying to capture the "just right" amount of fascia no matter the size and anatomy of the patient.
Therefore, the distribution of the load applied on the needle by tissue is at its maximum at the insertion point and decreases in z-direction.
The insertion point of the spinal needle had a significant effect on the incidence of back pain fol-lowing spinal anesthesia.
They wrote: "This is an infection caused by mycobacteria that rapidly grow around the acupuncture insertion point as a result of contaminated cotton wool swabs, towels and hot-pack covers.
Even in anatomical variations in which the tibial and common peroneal nerve do not run together, the provided visualisation will optimise the needle insertion point, avoiding multiple needle insertions and resulting in more complete blocks.
Angioplasty is a minimally-invasive procedure that is generally safe and well-tolerated, but it does carry with it some risks, including a small chance of death, the possibility of restenosis (re-narrowing of the artery after the stent has been inserted), a stroke, and bleeding or bruising at the insertion point.
The suggested method consider the anatomic points as a base for the measurements: the insertion point more mesial and superior of the ears in the skull of the animal (LLAS); the region of external occipital crest (APAS); the region of the anus and the end of the tail (LT); the region of the anus and the region of the muzzle of the animal (LA).