lateral border

lat·er·al bor·der

[TA]
the margin or edge of a structure that is farthest from the midline.
Synonym(s): margo lateralis [TA], lateral margin

lat·er·al bor·der

(lat'ĕr-ăl bōr'dĕr) [TA]
The margin or edge of a structure that is farthest from the midline.
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A skin exam revealed inflamed hypertrophic skin on the medial and lateral border of the toenail without exudate (FIGURE 1A).
Chattopadhyay et al16 analysed in his reports that several subsites such as floor of mouth,tongue(including ventral and lateral border) as well as soft palate possessed a higher malignant potential.
The genitofemoral nerve is found on the lateral border of the external iliac artery (lateral border of pelvic lymphadenectomy) (Figure 7).
The lateral border of the umbilical part of the porta hepatis is formed by the medial border of segment III, thus this border has a length of approximately 7 cm, which facilitates this segment to receive its segmental vascular pedicle and two or three variable subsegmental branches.
Area II anterior lateral border invading space of area I and posterior lateral border invading the space of area III.
The dorsal lamina is larger than the lateral lamina, with the mesial border being convex and the lateral border being some-what straighter.
The markers were positioned over the lateral border of the arm (between the humeral epicondyle and the acromioclavicular joint markers), acromioclavicular joint, second metacarpal, lateral epicondyle of the humerus, the lateral border of the thigh (between the femoral epicondyle and anterior superior iliac spines), anterior/posterior superior iliac spines, the lateral border of the leg (between the lateral malleolus and femoral epicondyle markers), second metatarsal head, calcaneus, lateral malleolus, lateral epicondyle of the femur.
Retroreflective markers were placed over anatomical landmarks bilaterally according to the Plug-In-Gait (PIG) model (Oxford Metrics), which includes the following: second metatarsal head, calcaneus, lateral malleolus, lateral epicondyle of the femur, a marker on the lateral border of the leg (between the lateral malleolus and femoral epicondyle markers), anterior/posterior superior iliac spines, a marker on the lateral border of the thigh (between the femoral epicondyle and anterior superior iliac spines), second metacarpal, lateral epicondyle of the humerus, acromioclavicular joint, and a marker on the lateral border of the arm (between the humeral epicondyle and the acromioclavicular joint markers).
[21]: grade 1, contrast spread to the medial or midline zone of the ipsilateral or contralateral epidural space; grade 2, contrast spread to the lateral epidural space, proximal to the medial border of the neural foramen; grade 3, contrast spread to the intraforaminal space, not extending to the lateral border of the neural foramen; grade 4, contrast spread to the intraforaminal space, extending to but not crossing the lateral border of the neural foramen; and grade 5, contrast spread beyond the lateral border of the neural foramen (Figure 1).
The 3-D computed tomography (CT) examination showed that the body of the maxilla on right side along with lateral border of pyriform aperture and medial infraorbital margin was missing (Figures 2 and 3).
It starts as an irregular venous arch on the back of the hand and runs up along the lateral border of the forearm.
Tongue lipomas, which may be single, multiple or part of a syndrome, most commonly occur on the lateral border of the tongue, and have a male predilection.

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