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basilic

(bă-sil′ik) [L. basilicus fr Gr. basilikos, royal]
Prominent, important.

basilic

BASILAR.
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The surgical procedure was aimed at surfacing the basilic vein.
The cephalic and basilic veins are also located in the forearm and upper arms; however, they may be more difficult to palpate due to their location deep within surrounding muscles and proximity to bone structures (Alexander & Corrigan, 2004).
When portions of the subclavian and innominate veins and superior vena cava cannot be visualized, which as noted is a common situation with US, reliable evaluation can be performed with catheter venography, with a contrast injection into the antecubital vein or via basilic or brachial vein access, with catheterization of the subclavian vein, under fluoroscopic control.
Next up was the aiguillette de de Saint-Pierre pochee au basilic risotto de petit epeautre de Sault au parmesan -- a basil-poached filet of John Dory accompanied by risotto with parmesan, the latter resembling an Arabic dish, saucy and creamy.
Flavors include: Argentinian-style Latino (featuring tomato, paprika, pepper, allspice, cumin, oregano, thyme, basil, bay leaves, parsley and garlic); Green-style Sirtaki (garlic, onion, paprika, coriander, cumin, pepper, caraway seed and oregano); and Itaiian-style Basilic.
Right axillary, cephalic, basilic and brachial veins are patent but very slow flow seen without any clot".
Car plus est horrible, plus espouvantable, plus diabolique, et plus de gens meurtrist, casse, rompt et tue: plus estonne les sens des humains; plus de muraille demolist un coup de Basilic, que ne feroient cent coups de fouldre.
CHICAGO -- A full 45% of all peripherally inserted central catheter lines placed in the basilic or cephalic veins migrated 24 hours after insertion in a retrospective analysis of 100 consecutive lines placed in a neonatal intensive care unit.
The next week the patient returned to the emergency department with erythematous nodules along his right basilic vein and recurrent ascending lymphadenitis.
2005) examined conversion of catheter-dependent patients to vascular access and reported that the basilic vein in the upper arm was commonly patent, even in patients with multiple failed vascular accesses.
Veins left to work with are small and not a phlebotomist's first choice: the basilic vein or hand veins.
Both one stage and two stage basilic vein transposition procedures have been reported with generally good results10-11.