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Noun1.Styloid process - extends from the base of the temporal bonestyloid process - extends from the base of the temporal bone
os temporale, temporal bone - a thick bone forming the side of the human cranium and encasing the inner ear
appendage, outgrowth, process - a natural prolongation or projection from a part of an organism either animal or plant; "a bony process"
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The following measures with ruler and digital pachymeter were performed: (1) forearm length measured from the center of a line between the medial and lateral epicondyles (intercondylar line) to the center of a line between the radial and ulnar styloid processes; (2) distance between the medial epicondyle and the site of PL branch origin; (3) length of the PL motor branch.
Elongated styloid processes or ossified stylohyoid ligaments can be palpated intraorally along the tonsillar pillars and radiographic imaging usually confirms the diagnosis.
Study of styloid process: anatomical variations in length, angulation and distance between the two styloid processes. Int J of Recent Trends in Science & Technology 2013; 8(2):109-12.
Styloid processes longer than 30 mm are called elongated styloid processes (ESP) [3-5].
The adjustable wrist handle allows setting the lever arm individually to ensure that during maximal voluntary contraction measurements force is exerted by the subject's wrist against the force transducer at the level of styloid processes of the radius and ulna.
Bilateral internal carotid artery dissection due to elongated styloid processes and shaking dancing.
Enlarged styloid processes or calcified stylohyoid ligament causing mass effect on the adjacent structures the nerves and vessels resulting in cervical and craniofacial pain along with other symptoms is stated as Eagle syndrome.
The procedure was repeated on the other side in cases of bilateral enlarged styloid processes. (Figs.
To measure movements of the upper limbs, we placed 15 reflective markers, mounted on the right side, on the following anatomical landmarks (Figure 1): one on the forehead (1), one on the right ear (2), three on the sternum (3-5), one on the right acromion (6), one on the lateral epicondyle of the right elbow (7), one on each of the styloid processes of the ulna and the radius (8-9), one on each of the second and fifth metacarpophalangeal joints (10-11), one on the center of the wheel to represent the origin of the global coordinate system (12), and one on each of the three beams of the wheel (13-15).