paramedian

par·a·me·di·an

(par'ă-mē'dē-ăn),
Near the midline.
Synonym(s): paramesial

paramedian

(par?a-me'de-an) [? + L. medianus, median]
Close to the midline. Synonym: paramesial

paramedian

beside the midplane.
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The Artery of Percheron is a very rare variant of the posterior cerebral circulation where a single arterial trunk supplies blood to the paramedian thalami and the rostral midbrain bilaterally.
Upon ear, nose, and throat evaluation with direct laryngoscopy, the vocal cords were found in the paramedian position with limited movements suggesting bilateral abductor vocal cord palsy.
In case of open cholecystectomy, the incisions followed are -right subcostal (Kocher's), right paramedian incision, horizontal incision, Mayo-Robson incision.
Appendectomy was performed with the right paramedian incision.
There was a gap of about 3 mm between the vocal cords of the patient, and both vocal cords were evaluated as fixed in the paramedian line in the endoscopic examination (Figure 2a).
In addition, the head of the pancreas was observed in the left paramedian region, to the anterior of the portal vein.
On performing a physical examination, a right paramedian incision scar due to having undergone appendectomy was observed.
The results of subjective, aerodynamic analysis, and analysis of spontaneous speech showed that the quality of voice and speech in patients with bilateral vocal cord paralysis is significantly poorer compared to the healthy subjects, regardless the paramedian position of the vocal cords, as we assumed.
A left paramedian incision over the dorsum of the skull was made with a number 15 scalpel blade.
Left paramedian gyral swelling and a hyperdense superior sagittal sinus from thrombosis and subsequent venous cortical edema and infarct was the most reasonable diagnostic possibility.
A 7 cm cranial paramedian skin incision was made from xiphoid to umbilicus.