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localization

 [lo″kah-lĭ-za´shun]
1. restriction to a circumscribed or limited area.
2. the determination of a site or place of any process or lesion.
cerebral localization determination of areas of the cortex involved in performance of certain functions.
germinal localization the location on a blastoderm of prospective organs.

lo·cal·i·za·tion

(lō'kăl-i-zā'shŭn),
1. Limitation to a definite area.
2. The reference of a sensation to its point of origin.
3. The determination of the location of a morbid process.

localization

/lo·cal·iza·tion/ (lo″kal-ĭ-za´shun)
1. the determination of the site or place of any process or lesion.
2. restriction to a circumscribed or limited area.
3. the localization in the oocyte or blastomere of materials that will develop into a particular tissue or organ.

cerebral localization  determination of areas of the cortex involved in performance of certain functions.
germinal localization  the location on a blastoderm of prospective organs.

localization

[lō′kəlīzā′shən]
Etymology: L, locus, place
1 the designation of a particular site for a lesion or organ function.
2 the determination of the site of a biological function.
3 the assignment of a position to an object detected by radiography. localize, v.

lo·cal·i·za·tion

(lō'kăl-ī-zā'shŭn)
1. Limitation of something to a definite area.
2. The reference of a sensation to its point of origin.
3. The determination of the location of a morbid process.

localization

reference of sensation or symptom to its point of origin

localization,

n 1. in manipulative therapies, the positioning of the client and precise application of the forces needed to produce specific, desired therapeutic results.
2. the referral of sense impression to a specific bodily location.

localization

Perception of the location of an object in space with respect to either the eye (oculocentric localization) or the self (egocentric localization). See egocentre; oculocentre; past- pointing.

lo·cal·i·za·tion

(lō'kăl-ī-zā'shŭn)
1. Limitation to a definite area.
2. Reference of sensation to its point of origin.
3. Determination of location of a morbid process.

localization,

n a direct, exact site or restriction to a limited area, such as localization of abscess.
localization, radiographic,
n determination, by means of radiographs, of the location of an object or structure in the body or head. Usually accomplished by obtaining radiographs made from different angulations to the part in question.
localization, tactile,
n the property of localization associated with the sense of touch. Perception of the location of a stimulus is more precise in the regions of the lips and the fingertips than elsewhere. This more precise perception results from a greater density of special touch receptors in a given area.

localization

1. restriction to a circumscribed or limited area.
2. the determination of a site or place of any process or lesion.

cerebral localization
determination of areas of the cortex involved in performance of certain functions.
germinal localization
the location on a blastoderm of prospective organs.

Patient discussion about localization

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