splenial


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sple·ni·al

(splē'nē-ăl),
1. Relating to the splenium.
2. Relating to a splenius muscle.
[G. splēnion, bandage]

splenial

(splē′nē-ăl) [Gr. splen, spleen]
Concerning the spleen.
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Although transient splenic lesions triggered by infectious agents are often described as MERS, the distinction between MERS and other transient splenial lesions is unclear (5, 6).
Clinically mild encephalitis/encephalopathy with a reversible splenial lesion.
Acute urinary retention in a 23-year-old woman with mild encephalopathy with a reversible splenial lesion: a case report.
Abbreviations: a, angular; ar, articular; d, dentary; c, coronoid; rap, retroarticular process; sa, surangular; sp, splenial.
Korpus kallozumda izlenilen gecici splenial lez-yon, en sik raporlanan bulgulardan biridir.
Transient Splenial Edema in Epilepsy: MR Imaging Evaluation.
The splenials met at the midline, and a distinct anterior foramen intermandibularis oralis is preserved (Figure 2a).
Differential considerations which usually lead to persistent splenial abnormalities include:
We are unable to relate the number of secondaries to body size (granted, over a limited range of sizes-32.6 to 66.8 cm total length) nor can we do so with any of the tooth counts (maxillary-premaxillary 6-6 to 9-9, [bar.x] = 7.8-8.0 [minimum-maximum values]; vomeropalatine 4-6 to 9-10, [bar.x] = 6.7-7.3; dentary 6-8 to 9-10, [bar.x] = 7.7-8.0; splenial teeth 4 to 6, [bar.x] = 5.2) or for the number of annuli interrupted by the vent (1-3, [bar.x] = 2.0).
-- SMU 72870, isolated teeth; ?SMU 72898, splenial toothplate.
The neuroimaging data also question some features of splenial connectivity that had been established in animal and postmortem human studies.