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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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The n value refers to the number of basilar arterial ring preparations or single vascular smooth muscle cells used.
compression of the nerve in the inter-penducular fossa by aneurysm of the posterior communicating artery, which appears most prone to this disorder, or of the basilar, posterior cerebral or superior cerebellar arteries.
Many Cdc25B mRNA-positive cells that were labeled by Cdc25B mRNA antisense probes were distributed in the basilar and upper part of the crypt of lieberkuhn, and the positive signals were both in the cytoplasm and cell nucleus.
Longitudinal pattern of basilar membrane vibration in the sensitive cochlea, Proceeding of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America, Vol.
Consequently, local stimulation of nerve endings along different parts of the basilar membrane according to the place theory would be needed [19-20].
The study randomized 14 children with basilar migraine to 25 mg or 100 mg/day of topiramate.
The number of dendritic spines was determined along 30-[micro]m-long terminal tip segments of the basilar dendritic tree of either CA1 hippocampal pyramidal neurons or Purkinje cell dendrites.
6, the changes of the pattern are shown in case of a basilar thrombosis patient who was treated successfully during a long-term therapy.
She had basilar rales and rhonchi (abnormal sounds accompanying breathing).
Passenger Yoshimichi Inada, senior managing director at Pioneer Electronics, remained hospitalized with a basilar skull fracture.
Even though such surgery - called basilar or vertebral artery occlusion - has been performed sporadically at a variety of institutions worldwide since 1962, this study is the first large-scale analysis of results.
The drug (Imitrex Injection) should not be used to treat hemiplegic or basilar migraine.