subperiosteal


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subperiosteal

 [sub″per-e-os´te-al]
beneath the periosteum.

sub·per·i·os·te·al

(sŭb'per-ē-os'tē-ăl),
Beneath the periosteum.

subperiosteal

/sub·peri·os·te·al/ (-per-e-os´te-al) beneath the periosteum.

subperiosteal

(sŭb′pĕr-ē-ŏs′tē-əl)
adj.
Beneath the periosteum: subperiosteal tooth implants.

sub·per·i·os·te·al

(sŭb-per'ē-os'tē-ăl)
Beneath the periosteum.

subperiosteal, (sub´perēos´tēəl),

adj located or occurring beneath the periosteum.

subperiosteal

beneath the periosteum.
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Because of the technical benefit for the surgery and absence of detriment of posterior instability, the subperiosteal PCL release at the femoral insertion is recommended as a useful surgical technique in performing the CR TKA.
We report the case of a young female rugby player with a subperiosteal OO located within the distal fibula.
Subperiosteal apse cerrahi tedavi icin goreceli endikas-yon olustururken, orbital apsede acil drenaj gerekliligi savunulmaktadir (13).
21) The process may extend postseptally, resulting in intra-orbital cellulitis, orbital abscess, subperiosteal abscess and cavernous sinus thrombosis.
During first three days of the experiment the inflammatory process in the bone was visualized as the groupings of gray and yellow exudates within bone marrow cavity, sometimes in subperiosteal space and sometimes in soft tissues of the limb.
These include tonsillectomy / adenoidectomy, tongue-hyoid suspension, glossopexy (tongue-lip adhesion) subperiosteal release of the floor of the mouth, temporomandibular joint arthroplasty, mandibular lengthening procedures, maxillary and midface osteotomies and tracheostomy6.
Transconjunctival Lower Blepharoplasty With Fat Repositioning: A Retrospective Comparison of Transposing Fat to the Subperiosteal vs.
Mastoid subperiosteal abscess as a first sign of unnoticed cholesteatoma in children.
Subperiosteal abscess, also referred to as acute mastoiditis, is the most common complication of CSOM and can occur with or without the presence of a cholesteatoma.
Regarding cutaneous manifestations, multiple types of xanthomas can occur in familial hypercholesterolaemia, such as tendinous, tuberous, subperiosteal, and xanthelasma.