anterosuperior

anterosuperior

 [an″ter-o-soo-pēr´e-or]
situated in front and above.

an·ter·o·su·pe·ri·or

(an'ter-ō-sū-pē'rē-or),
In front of and above.

anterosuperior

situated in front of but at a higher level.

an·ter·o·su·pe·ri·or

(an'tĕr-ō-sŭ-pēr'ē-ŏr)
In front and above.

an·ter·o·su·pe·ri·or

(an'tĕr-ō-sŭ-pēr'ē-ŏr)
In front of and above.

anterosuperior

situated in front and above.
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The mid-anterior portal is the best position to observe the anterosuperior femoral head which is the most common site of AVNFH.
In the SSG group, 3 patients had a posterosuperior perforation, 2 an anterosuperior one, and 2 a centrally localized one.
His pain was localized to the anterosuperior aspect of his shoulder in the region of his acromioclavicular joint.
Anatomy of the right anterosuperior area (segment 8) of the liver: evaluation with helical CT during arterial portography.
All patients were clinically evaluated by considering the McKay criteria, leg length difference (calculated by measuring the distance between the anterosuperior iliac crest and the medial malleolus when the patient was lying on the back and the hip and knee were in extension), and the Trendelenburg test in the pre- and postoperative controls (8).
The frontal branch of the superficial temporal artery runs a tortuous course just subcutaneously, crossing the temple in an anterosuperior direction (Fig.
a colloquial keratin pearl in the anterosuperior quadrant of the mesotympanum juxtaposed to the malleolar manubrium or in the second-most common location of posterosuperior quadrant behind an otherwise healthy appearing eardrum [32, 33].
Fatigue of rotator cuff associated with increased workload allows anterosuperior humeral head translation and secondary impingement of the subacromial structures (3).
anterosuperior and axillary view, since in some cases fracture line is visible in anterosuperior view but cortical continuity in axillary view confirms union.
El dolor suele ser en la zona de la espina iliaca anterosuperior
SIF is typically seen in the anterosuperior portion of the femoral head corresponding to the weight bearing surface.
MRI also showed T2-weighted hypointense air bubbles which was identified in anterosuperior part of the bladder due to gravity and these findings in MRI highly suggested a possible AVF (Figure 2).