pedicular


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pe·dic·u·lar

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

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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It is the world's first and only handheld device capable of alerting surgeons to potential pedicular or vertebral breaches.
The patient underwent detethering at the L2 level with pedicular screw fixation from T3 to L2 with bone grafting with right costoplasty from the 3rd to the 6th ribs (Figure 3).
Algunas anomalias esqueleticas fueron confirmadas por las investigaciones de la policia: El fallecido quien tuvo el material de osteosintesis tenia una historia pasada de la fractura de la columna y la cirugia, el sujeto que presento fractura de vertebra cervical pedicular izquierda tenia un historial reciente de fractura cervical.
We inserted bilateral S1 pedicular and S2AI screws and connected the rods.
It is important to carefully evaluate both, the zones (central, subarticular, foraminal, and extraforaminal) and levels (disc, supra-pedicular, pedicular, infra-pedicular) when assessing degenerative disease.
The flap graft was raised in pedicular form at the left caudal superficial epigastric artery and vein.
It is a handheld device capable of alerting surgeons to potential pedicular or vertebral breaches.
Longer surgical time (35 minutes) was found in a technique of ovariectomy in llamas using hemostatic clips for pedicular hemostasis (RODGERSON et al., 1998).
PediGuard is a handheld device capable of alerting surgeons to potential pedicular or vertebral breaches.
From these, 12 cases (5% of the total cases) underwent revision surgery, usually with transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion and pedicular screw fixation technique.
A possible explanation is that these larger core sizes were due to removing the trocar too soon, thereby sampling a greater proportion of healthy pedicular bone.