Chassaignac

Chas·sai·gnac

(shahs-in-yahk'),
Edouard P.M., French surgeon, 1804-1879. See: Chassaignac space, Chassaignac tubercle.
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Using a sterile technique, the C6 level was identified with ultrasound guidance, and a 22-gauge spinal needle was inserted toward the left Chassaignac's tubercle.
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INTRODUCTION: The word osteomyelitis originates from the ancient Greek words osteon (Bone) and mylinos (Marrow) and means infection of medullary portion of the bone, osteomyelitis was first described in 1852 by a French surgeons Edouard Chassaignac. In 1764 John Hunter describes pocket of dead cortical bone which term sequestra which also describe involucrum.
Chassaignac first described these benign soft-tissue masses in 1852.
Collection highlights include sheet music composed by significant local composers including Basile Bares, Eugene Chassaignac, Edouard Dejan, and Louis Moreau Gottschalk, among many others.
Having aseptically prepared the neck and covered the probe with the sterile Site ~ Rite [R] II cover, the ultrasound probe is placed along a line joining the mastoid process and Chassaignac's tubercle.
Jeanette Chassaignac, as well as a radiology resident who was not identified in the case.
(9) La tecnica se basa en la aproximacion de Leriche en la que primero se ha de identificar el cartilago cricoides, el pulso carotideo y el tuberculo de Chassaignac; posteriormente, con aguja corta calibre 22 y perpendicularmente a todos los planos, se avanza hasta contactar hueso, se retira 3 mm y luego de aspirar se inyecta una dosis de prueba de 1-2 mm de lidocaina previa a bupivacaina 0.325% 8-12 ml como solucion anestesica.
Broadcast judges were Todd Ballard of Godwin Group of Jackson, Miss.; Henry Chassaignac of Zender Communications of New Orleans; and Mike Steizer of The Marlan Company of Springfield, Mo.