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basilar

 [bas´ĭ-ler]
pertaining to a base or basal part.

bas·i·lar

, basilaris (bas'i-lăr, bas-i-lā'ris), [TA]
Relating to the base of a pyramidal or broad structure.

basilar

/bas·i·lar/ (bas´ĭ-lar) pertaining to a base or basal part.

basilar

(băs′ə-lər) also

basilary

(-lĕr′ē)
adj.
Of, relating to, or located at or near the base, especially the base of the skull: the basilar artery.

basilar

[bas′ilər]
Etymology: Gk, basis, foundation
pertaining to a base or a basal area.

bas·i·lar

, basilaris (bas'i-lăr, -lā'ris) [TA]
Relating to the base of a pyramidal or broad structure.

basilar

Relating to, or situated at or near a base, especially the base of the skull or of the brain.

bas·i·lar

(bas'i-lăr) [TA]
Relating to base of a pyramidal or broad structure.

basilar

pertaining to a base or basal part.

basilar artery
one of the main blood supplies to the brain. It originates from the junction of the two vertebral arteries, runs in a median groove, beneath the medulla and pons, and terminates rostrally at the cerebral circle (of Willis). See also Table 9.
basilar fracture
at the base of the skull, usually involving the occipital and basisphenoid bones.
basilar impression
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It showed active contrast extravasation from the basilar artery into the prepontine cistern.
Ruptured vertebrobasilar junction aneurysm associated with basilar artery fenestration.
Three-dimensional digital subtraction angiography demonstrating anterior communicating artery aneurysm ((b) arrow), A1 segment of left anterior cerebral artery ((b) arrowhead), bifurcation of right middle cerebral artery aneurysm ((c) arrow), and basilar artery bifurcation aneurysm ((d) arrow).
A bony canal in the basilar part of occipital bone Int J of Anat Var.
Rat basilar arteries were prepared for pharmacological studies on tension changes as previously described (Deng et al.
Arachnoid mater was gently peeled from the brainstem to expose vertebral and basilar arteries.
4) Subsequent neuroimaging findings may include basilar leptomeningeal enhancement, massive cerebral edema, evidence of elevated intracranial pressure (midline shift, compressed ventricles, compressed brainstem and basilar cisterns, absence of subarachnoid spaces), and multifocal parenchymal lesions, often with evidence of hemorrhagic infarction or necrosis.
En esta superposicion se observa el remodelado oseo mandibular en el reborde basilar, angulo mandibular, rama y condilo.
Distal stump of an occluded intracranial vertebral artery at the vertebrobasilar junction mimicking a basilar artery aneurysm.
It is contributed by blood of both the internal carotid arteries (ICA) and the vertebra basilar arterial system via anterior, middle and posterior cerebral arteries.
7-13] On the other hand, on the basis of clinical tests carried out in patients with occlusion of the internal carotid artery and occlusion of the basilar artery, it was concluded that the increased risk of stroke exist in patients whose posterior communicating artery diameter was < 0.