posterolateral


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posterolateral

 [pos″ter-o-lat´er-al]
situated on the side and toward the posterior aspect.

pos·ter·o·lat·er·al

(pos'tĕr-ō-lat'er-ăl),
Behind and to one side, specifically to the outer side.
Synonym(s): posteroexternal

posterolateral

/pos·tero·lat·er·al/ (-lat´er-al) situated on the side and toward the posterior aspect.

posterolateral

[-lat′ərəl]
Etymology: L, posterus, coming after, latus, side
pertaining to a position behind and to the side.

pos·ter·o·lat·er·al

(pos'tĕr-ō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Behind and to one side, specifically to the outer side.
Synonym(s): posteroexternal.

pos·ter·o·lat·er·al

(pos'tĕr-ō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Behind and to one side.

posterolateral

situated on the side and toward the posterior aspect.
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Posterolateral edges of the scales sometimes bear rounded denticulations (Fig.
Isolated posterolateral fragments can be reached and reduced through a posterolateral approach with or without a fibular head osteotomy.
D: This is a closer view of the posterolateral drainage pathway of the concha bullosa.
28) performed 100 consecutive knee arthroscopies with transcondylar notch views and found that posterolateral visualization was achieved in 100% of the procedures (and in 93% during the first attempt) with a 4% rate of mild iatrogenic cartilage damage.
It will also explore the possible role of DSN neuropathy in other diagnoses in this area including CD, NP, SICK scapula and a posterolateral arm pain pattern.
Lateral corner of the knee can be divided into anterolateral and posterolateral corner.
He had a range of motion of 0[degrees] to 120[degrees], a grade 2A Lachman score, grade 3 posterior drawer test, positive dial test, and open 6 mm to 10 mm to varus stress at 30[degrees] of knee flexion consistent with an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) with posterolateral corner (PLC) deficiency.
Perhaps you have a torn posterolateral meniscus that has gone unidentified on the MRI.
Out of the 251 patients that presented with a distal fragment displacement, 53% had posteromedial displacements and 47% had posterolateral displacements.
Methods: In a randomized controlled trial, ninety-four patients undergoing posterolateral thoracotomy surgery were divided into two subgroups.
There are three categories of spinal fusion, posterolateral, anterior and circumferential2.
Results: For both groups and in both legs, the distance reached in the medial, posteromedial, posterior and posterolateral directions was similar and further than the other directions.