pedicular


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pe·dic·u·lar

(pĕ-dik'yū-lăr),
Relating to pediculi, or lice.
[L. pedicularis]

pedicular

/pe·dic·u·lar/ (pĕ-dik´u-lar) pertaining to or caused by lice.

pedicular

(pə-dĭk′yə-lər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or caused by lice.

pe·dic·u·lar

(pĕ-dik'yū-lăr)
Relating to lice.
[L. pedicularis]
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All patients of spondylolisthesis grade I and grade II who are operated upon with posterior stabilization using pedicular screw rod system.
Initially, efficient neural decompression, pedicular screw insertion, and posterolateral spondylodesis were carried out as routinely performed and then vertebral reduction tried.
Functional outcome of transe pedicular screw fixation in patients with unstable Thoracolumbar junction injuries.
Repair of defects in spondylolysis by segmental pedicular screw hook fixation.
4,5) If symptomatic, a vertebrectomy with fusion of the bodies and support by posterior pedicular instrumentation is usually sufficient to provide pain relief.
The insertion of pedicular screw, used for fixation and stabilization of the spine and for enhancing the long-term biological fusion by holding bony structures together, poses specific problems to spine surgeons mainly due to the difficulty of accurately inserting the screw without damaging the pedicle.
Esta disposicion se debe a que, excepto del atlas, el resto de las vertebras cervicales de la llama no poseen foramen transverso en relacion a la apofisis homonima, existiendo en su reemplazo un canal que recorre la parte craneal de la superficie medial del pediculo vertebral, razon por la cual se propone la denominacion de "canal pedicular cervical".
Rx de columna lumbosacra con imagen sospechosa de lesion pedicular L5, no concluyente.
PediGuard is the first patented, wireless, handheld instrument capable of accurately detecting changes in tissue type, thus alerting surgeons to potential pedicular or vertebral breaches during pedicle screw site preparation.
The shrew delivered a series of rapid bites to the membranous region between the pedicular plate and the telson (stinger), severing the telson from the body.
pedicular fixations system and Proceed[TM] a hemostatic sealant.
and Alain Vanquaethem, Biomedical Engineer, PediGuard is the world's first and only handheld device capable of alerting surgeons to potential pedicular or vertebral breaches.