surgical anatomy

sur·gi·cal a·nat·o·my

applied anatomy in reference to surgical diagnosis, dissection, or treatment.

surgical anatomy

The study of anatomic structures and their relationships as required to obtain optimal access to a particular surgical field. See Anatomy.

sur·gi·cal a·nat·o·my

(sŭr'ji-kăl ă-nat'ŏ-mē)
Applied anatomy in reference to surgical diagnosis and treatment.
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They incorporate information on surgical anatomy, indications and contraindications, patient selection, instrumentation, surgical tips and pearls, postoperative care, and complications, as well as case examples.
in the near future, especially the evaluation of the surgical anatomy and anomalies in radiological sections, fast analysis of intraoperative surgical specimens or fine needle aspiration biopsy samples will be possible with the help of AI algorithms (1, 2).
Surface and superficial surgical anatomy of the posterolateral cranial base: significance for surgical planning and approach.
Surgical Anatomy and Technologies Association (SATA) organized a panel titled "Ethical and Proper Use of Cadavers in Surgical Education" during the First National Anatomy and Cadaveric Dissection Symposium of SATA, which was held at Kars, Turkey, in March 2018.
"They need to know surgical anatomy, pathology and basic principles of surgery met in open surgery."
Surgical anatomy, brain path and sinonasal also came under discussion during the Skype sessions that were held to demonstrate endoscopy tumour biopsy and a live surgery was also undertaken.
Skandalakis, Surgical Anatomy: The Embryologic and Anatomic Basis of Modern Surgery, Paschalidis Medical Publications, 2004.
We studied the effect of prior surgery and recurrent goiter on the surgical anatomy of the thyroid gland and especially on the cervical course of the RLN in patients with redo thyroid surgery.
(4.) Hiatt J R Gabbay J, Busuttil RW Surgical anatomy of the hepatic arteries in 1000 cases.