posteroinferior

posteroinferior

 [pos″ter-o-in-fe´re-or]
behind and below.

posteroinferior

/pos·tero·in·fe·ri·or/ (-in-fēr´e-er) posterior and inferior.

posteroinferior

[-infir′ē·ər]
Etymology: L, posterus, coming after, inferior, lower
pertaining to a position that is both lower and behind.

posteroinferior

behind and below.
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aerizulae is diagnosed easily by the blue turquoise color at the wing base and by a plate of spines at the posteroinferior region of the 9th abdominal segment of the female (Boulard 1986).
EBUS can access the anterosuperior mediastinum while EUS can access the posteroinferior mediastinum (23).
Examination of the left ear revealed a large, epithelialized granulation tissue polyp on the posteroinferior aspect of the cartilaginous external auditory canal (EAC) with some keratin trapping medial to it (figure 1).
This condition is often seen in patients with rapid or severe weight loss such as patients with prolonged immobilization, severe burns, anorexia nervosa, severe weight loss, or spinal cord injury, (2) leading to loss of retroperitoneal fat, which normally cushions the superior mesenteric artery from the posteroinferior third segment of the duodenum.
For example, Herzog et al (25) proposed the shortest distance between the most posteroinferior aspect (likely an osteophytic rim) of the superior vertebral body with the anterosuperior lamina of the inferior vertebral body (Figure 2).
The needle was inserted immediately below the posteroinferior border of the zygomatic arch and advanced anteriorly to contact the edge of the posterolateral condyle (18).
We hypothesize that the most plausible explanation for the malpositioned antegrade stent in our case was a "through-and-through" collecting system access - initial calyceal puncture, followed by transient passage of needle or guidewire outside the collecting system and immediately back in through the posteroinferior aspect of the renal pelvis.
It is orientated almost sagitally and runs from anterosuperior to posteroinferior and forms the medial border of the ethmoid infundibulum.
Counternutation represents sacral base movement posteroinferior in relation to the ilium [36,38], and is checked by the longitudinal fibers of the interosseous ligament [39].
3,15) Occlusion of the posteroinferior cerebellar artery (PICA) or one of its branches is the most common vascular lesion that affects the brainstem.
The lesion involved the alveolar process of the premolar region, and the radiolucent lesion demonstrated irregular margins with marked destruction of the posteroinferior wall of the sinus (Figure 1, b).
On otoscopy, a whitish retrotympanic mass was seen occupying the posteroinferior portion of the tympanic cavity in the left ear (figure 1).