posterolateral


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posterolateral

(ˌpɒstərəʊˈlætərəl)
adj
(Medicine) med situated both laterally and at the posterior
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4%) drone attack injuries through posterolateral thoracotomy.
Posterolateral edges of the crown are slightly denticulated (Fig.
A higher incidence of ACL avulsion fractures is observed when medial tibial plateau displacement is >3 mm and when the fracture also involves the anteromedial or posterolateral column.
A drainage pathway could be seen in the posterolateral portion of the concha bullosa (figure, C and D), which appeared to empty into the left middle meatus.
Because of the localization of cysts in the posterior part of the knee in some patients, additional posteromedial, posterolateral and posterior trans-septal arthroscopic portals were required.
The signs and symptoms of DSN neuropathy bear a striking resemblance to several other diagnoses or findings in the cervicothoracic, scapular and posterolateral arm areas including cervicogenic dorsalgia (CD), notalgia paresthetica (NP), SICK scapula and a posterolateral arm pain pattern.
Their topics include anteromedial tibial tubercle transfer, meniscal repair using an all-inside technique, graft harvest techniques for knee ligament reconstruction, single-bundle transtibial posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, posterolateral corner reconstruction with fibular-based tunnel, and surgical techniques for osterochondritis dissecans in the skeletally immature.
7] There are associated posterolateral, posteromedial or anterolateral corner injuries and meniscal injuries.
A surgical reconstruction technique of the anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament, and posterolateral corner is described.
A computed tomography (CT) scan revealed soft-tissue density measuring approximately 3 cm in diameter on the posterolateral wall of the left nasopharynx, obstructing the lumen and showing exophytic growth towards the lumen.
I have a friend who is a radiologist, so I had an MRI done that very day, and it showed a contusion of the posterolateral tibial plateau along with an effusion, but no torn ligaments or meniscus.
The distal fracture displacement were reported as either posterolateral or posteromedial and as being either an extension or a flexion-type fracture.