suboccipital


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suboccipital

 [sub″ok-sip´ĭ-tal]
below the occiput.

sub·oc·cip·i·tal

(sŭb'ok-sip'i-tăl),
1. Below the occiput or the occipital bone.
2. Denoting certain muscles, nerves, a nervous plexus, or triangle of the neck below the occipital bone.

suboccipital

/sub·oc·cip·i·tal/ (sub″ok-sip´ĭ-t'l) below the occiput.

suboccipital

below the occiput.
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3%) cases of midline suboccipital craniectomies for 4th ventricle/cerebellar SOLs, 4/12 (33.
Fue sometida a procedimiento microquirurgico mediante abordaje Far lateral izquierdo variante transcondilar, craniectomia suboccipital, y clipaje del aneurisma con clip tipo Yasargil semicurvo.
The parameters referred to in this sample were analyzed according to the protocol described by Rocabado with the following main descriptors: a) hyoid position, b) anteroposterior cranio-cervical rotation, and c) suboccipital distance C0-C1; units of measurement were degrees and centimeters (Figures 2 and 3).
The suboccipital muscles are part muscle (stretchy) and part ligament (not stretchy).
Suboccipital nerve blocks for suppression of chronic migraine: Safety, efficacy, and predictors of outcome.
This part of VA is covered by semispinalis capitis and lies in suboccipital triangle.
On admission to hospital, the child had clinical signs of disease in the form of rosecolored exanthema on the trunk, dry and intensely red lips, extreme hyperemia of the mucosa of the oropharynx, bilateral suboccipital and submandibular lymph nodes palpable to 0.
Two injections were administered in the right and left suboccipital area (exactly at retromastoid cervicocranial junction) and the other two in the lower medial frontal area (exactly at medial right and left eyebrows).
Physicians at the medical emergency center performed lifesaving left suboccipital craniotomy and removed the hematoma and a part of the cerebellar hemisphere damaged by the contusion.
All the patients were operated through a retromastoid suboccipital approach by a single surgeon under the microscope who has been doing the procedure since last ten years.
The first vertebra (C1) or atlas and the second vertebra or axis together form the superior or suboccipital segment connecting the spine to the occiput and involving a complex chain of joints.