subaxial


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sub·ax·i·al

(sŭb-ak'sē-ăl),
Below the axis of the body or any part.

sub·ax·i·al

(sŭb-ak'sē-ăl)
Below the axis of the body or any part.

subaxial

(sŭb-ăk′sē-ăl) [″ + axis, axis]
Below an axis.
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Small clinical series and biomechanical data support their role as a substitute for other posterior stabilization techniques; however, the application of transarticular facet screws in the subaxial cervical spine has not been widely adopted, possibly because of surgeon unfamiliarity with the trajectory.
Subaxial cervical spine injury classification systems.
Hematogenous pyogenic facet joint infection of the subaxial cervical spine: a report of two cases and review of the literature.
Aunque no existan similitudes morfologicas en los escleritos elongados entre las especies estudiadas por Tarasov & Solodovnikov (2011) y las especies de Eurysternus, fue posible identificar tres piezas de este esclerito para las especies de Eurysternus, el esclerito axial y los escleritos subaxial 1 y subaxial 2+3 (Figs.
Anterior atlantoaxial subluxation (aAAS), subaxial subluxation (SAS) at the second and seventh cervical vertebrae, and erosions of the odontoid peg resulting in an apple core" deformity have been observed5.
Reliability and reproducibility of subaxial cervical njury description system: A standardized nomenclature schema.
6--Dicyclina shlumbergeri, Subaxial section, X20, Tang e- Vanak section
Surgery for acute subaxial traumatic central cord syndrome without fracture or dislocation.
The subaxial cervical segments are displaced only minimally.
Since IB measures bonding between fibers in the subaxial direction, bond strength depends more on interfiber bonds between lignin and other wood components.
But this procedure leaves the patient with a fused segment in the subaxial spine.