inferior border

in·fe·ri·or bor·der

[TA]
the caudal or lowermost margin of a structure.
Synonym(s): margo inferior [TA], inferior margin

in·fe·ri·or bor·der

(in-fēr'ē-ŏr bōr'dĕr) [TA]
The caudal or lowermost margin of a structure.
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It is noted that in 20% of patients the common femoral artery bifurcation is above the inferior border of the femoral head.
All imaging protocols should contain anterior planar images from the ears through the inferior border of the heart to screen for ectopic adenomas, which can be located anywhere from the carotid sheath to the inferior cardiac border.
Certain patients would remain undertreated if the lower border of the craniospinal irradiation field were placed at the inferior border of S2.
Through the inferior window, the surgeon's non-dominant hand can palpate the inferior border of the anatomic neck, and a retractor can be placed at this level to protect the glenoid and axillary nerve from the saw blade.
As shown, the temporal nerve branch exits the parotid gland anteriorly, and then branches into two to four rami at the inferior border of the zygomatic arch.
However, soft tissue that was almost impossible to separate from the mass was palpated on the inferior border of the mass.
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Otoscopy of the right ear revealed a whitish, round, well-defined soft-tissue mass in the anterosuperior quadrant of the middle ear; the inferior border of the mass had formed a meniscus against the drum (figure 1).
The maximum diameter of the SCV and the distance between its upper border and the superior margin of the clavicle were measured at the site where the two structures were closest (at this site the SCV is even closer to the inferior border of the clavicle but this region is obscured by an acoustic shadow).
A contrast-enhanced CT scan demonstrated a large homogenous retroperitoneal fluid collection in the right flank, with a 25mm rounded, intensely enhancing focus located close to the inferior border of the collection (Fig.
A panorex taken on February 1, 2006 (Figure 3), revealed a much larger and irregular radiopaque lesion with a more disorganized center and displacement of the inferior alveolar canal inferiorly, as well as bowing of the inferior border of the mandibular left side.
The inferior border of the ulcer extended to the anal verge, leaving little periwound surface tissue for securing an adherent dressing.

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