posterior border

posterior border

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Synonym(s): margo posterior
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It is an inverted triangle the base of which is formed by the 12th rib and the lower edge of serratus posterior inferior muscle, anteriorly bounded by the posterior border of internal oblique muscle, posteriorly bounded by the anterior border of sacrospinalis muscle.
Extra-oral examination showed the presence of diffused swelling extended from the corner of the mouth to the posterior border of the ramus of the mandible.
The prefossette is larger than the postfossette, having complex plications at its posterior border.
Gonial Angle: Angle formed by the posterior border of ramus of mandible (Ramal plane) and the mandibular plane.
They maintain the zone of polarizing activity (ZPA) which is a cluster of cells at the posterior border of the flank.
The internal structure of the lesion appeared heterogeneous due to the vascular component and the posterior border of the pigmented lesion was not distinguishable.
Before surgery, the patients underwent thoracolumbar spine computed tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI); 20 patients were diagnosed as pathological fracture in vertebrae, 15 patients had bone cortex rupture at vertebral posterior border, and 5 patients had nerve root compression, among which, 2 patients had weakened limbs muscle force.
1: Point (a), the most superior points at the posterior border of both vertebrae; Point (b), the most superior points at the anterior border of both vertebrae; Point (c), the most inferior points at the posterior border of both vertebrae; Point (d), the most inferior points at the anterior border of both vertebrae; Line (a-d), the diagonal line between points a and d; Line (b-c), the diagonal line between points b and c; h-line (H), the perpendicular line from the intersection point of the diagonals (a-d) and (b-c) to lower part of cervical vertebral bodies.
On the ventral border of this scar, next to the posterior border of the fibula, there is a pronounced bulge.
The saphenous vein runs along the posterior border of the sartorius muscle and should be preserved.
When a surgeon is performing PESS, the identification of the posterior border of the uncinate process can be carried out by inserting a Lusk seeker (probe) through the hiatus semilunaris and gently pulling the uncinate process anteriorly (figure, A).

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