inferolateral

inferolateral

[in′fərōlat′ərəl]
Etymology: L, inferus, lower, latus, side
pertaining to a location situated below and to the side.
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An active 47 year-old female office-worker presented with a chief complaint of intermittent right knee pain inferolateral to the right patella with no radiation.
CECT of whole abdomen showed well-defined enhancing lesion in the right inferolateral wall of bladder.
3x6 mm in dimension was detected on the right inferolateral wall of the bladder and the upper urinary system was natural.
The femoral neck box (for Hologic): the inferolateral corner of the box touches the notch where the trochanter and femoral neck juncted.
On physical examination, it was observed that the right eye was pushed in the inferolateral direction.
The visual analysis was performed systematically, dividing the heart into 9 regions: anterior, lateral, and inferior walls; septum, anteroseptal, anterolateral, inferolateral, and inferoseptal regions; and apex.
Haemostasis was obtained and bilateral quarter inch drains left in situ through an inferolateral incision.
Echocardiography, which was performed a day after the intervention, registered lower left ventricular ejection fraction (EF 48%) and mediobasal inferior and mediobasal inferolateral hypokinesis, as well as severe ischemic mitral insufficiency.
Cardiac CT showed a large LVA involving the mid-to-distal inferolateral segments and large mobile filamentous structures arising from the junction of normal and aneurysmal wall, representing thrombi.
The clinical suspicion of LDAC is alerted in patients who present ventricular arrhythmias of RBBB and left bundle-branch block type and unexplained T-wave inversion in inferolateral leads.
After discharge from the hospital, myocardial perfusion single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT ) was performed and severe ischaemic findings of the lateral wall and inferolateral segments of the myocardium were observed.