transinsular

trans·in·su·lar

(trans-in'sū-lăr),
Across the insula or island of Reil.

transinsular

(trăns-ĭn′sū-lăr)
Across the insula of the brain.
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Transinsular approach can provide shorter intracerebral distance to target the hematoma, and the Sylvian fissure is the nature pathway to reach the insular cortex.
The new transinsular approach to the hypertensive intracerebral hematoma.
The insular seizure when suspected may be investigated by means of hybrid depth and superficial electrodes (2,15) or by means of parassagital transinsular electrodes for stereo-EEG in temporal and insular lobe epilepsies using stealth station with an entry point in the parieto-occipital junction (13).
Parassagital transinsular electrodes for stereo EEG in temporal and insular lobe epilepsies Stereotatic Funct Neurosurg 2009; 87(6): 368-378.
4million repair works on the Lomaloma transinsular road along the Labasa-Savusavu highway.
72), her insistence on the ideal of la gran familia puertorriquena, an ideal that was created and upheld by the island elite, as the literary contact zone between island and diaspora writers undermines her transinsular approach, in which both histories, literary products, and experiences are equally valued.
While Moreno searches for a transinsular Puerto Rican literary space, where is the place for Diaspora writers in U.
Reid, president of Reid Newfoundland Company, operators of the transinsular railway, donated two Vickers machine guns to the Regiment in January 1915.
The 51 per cent state-owned shares in the sea transports company Transinsular were sold in August.
pip system, included in the axis of transport infrastructure transinsular government of the canary islands, funded by the operational programme axis 8 feder.
Focusing on the critique that these narratives put forth of la gran familia, this essay demonstrates how the links between Puerto Rican women's literature in and outside the Island signal the existence of a Puerto Rican transinsular literary corpus.
Transinsular Literature and the Expansion of the Canon