Fourthly, calcified herniated IVD resulted in cord compression and somewhat in syrinx
formation, but only with minimal neurological deficits.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the spine demonstrated a large syrinx
extending from C1-C2 to T10-T11 and Chiari I malformation with tonsillar herniation (Fig.
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"That suggests that most dinosaurs may not have had a syrinx
." Instead, she proposes, dinosaurs like T.
is made of stiff cartilage rings supporting soft tissues that vibrate to produce the complex songs and calls of modern birds.
described the characteristic MRI findings of a spinal HMB as a small superficially located, well-demarcated, intensely enhanced tumour associated with a relatively large syrinx
compared with the size of the tumour.9 Our patient's MRI images were characteristic.
These complex arteries were supplying to caudal of the trachea, syrinx
, principal bronchus, esophagus, and thyroid gland.
Because of the syrinx
, birdsong is composed almost purely of air(compare with humans: just 2 percent air), meaning Arni's voiceis more like an articulate whistle than it is my own.
Post-operatively 37(77%) patients improved, 2(4.16%) deteriorated due to spinal cord injury and syrinx
, and 9 (18.75%) had no change.
1620) is believed to have been made in his master's studio, and Jordaens's Pan and Syrinx
The pan pipe, or syrinx
, is an ancient instrument; it was mentioned in Homer's Iliad and was known in ancient Egypt.
Francoise Letoublon's article looks at mythological paradigms in the Greek novels, and finds striking similarities in the use of the Syrinx
story in the novels of Longus and Achilles Tatius.