nonanatomic

nonanatomic

(ˌnɒnˌænəˈtɒmɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) not anatomic, not related to an organism's structure or its study
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(6,111) This goal is most readily achievable by incorporating nonanatomic factors in staging, and is best exemplified by the changes in the 8th AJCC manual for prostate cancer staging.
Further clinical studies will be needed to determine the exact functional impact of repairing distal biceps tendon ruptures in anatomic versus nonanatomic locations.
Fistula is a nonanatomic connection between two epithelized surfaces.
On the other hand, what favors a right segmental resection in contrast to other minor resections, like nonanatomic right/left or a left segmental resection, is unclear.
Rhim et al., "Small hepatocellular carcinoma: Radiofrequency ablation versus nonanatomic resection --Propensity score analyses of long-term outcomes," Radiology, vol.
Given this diagnosis, and the previously identified hepatic vascular lesions, she underwent a left hepatic lobectomy and nonanatomic resection of a segment 8 lesion to rule out HEHE in November 2016.
Another study demonstrated the same trend and showed that as age increases, patients undergo anatomic resection less often than the general population and are offered radiation therapy more often than surgery [22] despite the fact that radiation therapy or nonanatomic lung resection remains second line therapy for patients with operable NSCLC [3].
Furthermore, nonunion of forearm diaphysis fractures requires anatomic restoration due to the fact that any nonanatomic deviance reflects directly to the function of the adjacent joints.
It is found that increased graft size did not compensate for biomechanical instability resulting in a nonanatomic tunnel position [7].
Although these features have also been described as advantages of a previous cleft palate bench model,[sup][3] we can simulate greater palatine vessels and the nonanatomic orientation of the soft palate musculature.
* Evaluate any patient who presents with nonanatomic nerve distribution of symptoms--eg burning numbness, and tingling of the entire hand--for a metabolic, rather than an entrapment, neuropathy.
Graft failure, such as a graft impingement and graft stretching, may be caused by malpositioned or nonanatomic tunnel placement resulting in the failed restoration of knee kinematics and persistent instability [4].