superolateral


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superolateral

 [soo″per-o-lat´er-al]
above and to the side.

su·per·o·lat·er·al

(sū'pĕr-ō-lat'ĕr-ăl),
At the side and above.

superolateral

/su·pero·lat·er·al/ (-o-lat´er-al) above and to the side.

su·per·o·lat·er·al

(sū'pĕr-ō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
At the side and above.

superolateral

above and to the side.
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The excellent anatomic description by Locher and colleagues for a superolateral approach for denervation of obturator components provides a good basis for discussion.
4,28-36) It is well accepted that there is a predilection for the superomedial and superolateral orbital areas.
Accuracy of ultrasound-guided and palpation-guided knee injections by an experienced and less-experienced injector using a superolateral approach: a cadaveric study.
Two additional, low-profile 5-mm trocars were then placed approximately 1 cm superolateral on both sides of the initial camera port.
Its inferolateral surface comprises a portion of the posterior facet of the talocalcaneal joint, while its superolateral surface articulates with the lateral malleolus.
The lateral limit of drilling is the point where a blunt hook inserted between the superolateral IAC dura and the overlying bone reaches the lateral-most aspect of the superior vestibular nerve.
Computed tomography (CT) revealed a left-sided, well-encapsulated, low-attenuated pleural collection with extension through the parietal pleura into the adjacent soft tissues and the superolateral chest wall (Figure).
An accessory superolateral portal was created under spinal needle localization.
Type I is located at the inferior pole (5% of all cases), type II is at the lateral patellar margin (20%), and type III is at the superolateral margin (75%).
Next, we located by digital palpation the protuberance of the styloid process at the superolateral corner of the tonsillar fossa.
He stated that a distal femoral osteotomy was essential in aligning a leg when there was a superolateral tilt to the joint line, and that the closing femoral wedge from the medial side would make the joint line horizontal to the long axis of the leg.
Salter and Thompson differentiated hips based on the extent of subchondral fracture in the superolateral dome of the femoral head.