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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PTERION» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PTERION»
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Clinical Anatomy for Students: Problem Solving Approach
The anterior or frontal branch lies in a groove on the greater wing of sphenoid at
the pterion. Thereafter, it breaks up in branches that supply the dura mater and
the cranial bones as far back as the vertex. One branch grooves the
Neeta V. Kulkarni, 2007
Clinical Anatomy: An Illustrated Review with Questions and ...
The pterion is important clinically, because it overlies the anterior division of the
middle meningeal artery and vein. INFERIOR VIEW If the mandible is discarded,
the anterior part of the inferior aspect of the skull can be seen to be formed by the
Richard S. Snell, 2004
Operative Techniques in Pediatric Neurosurgery
The fronto-temporo-orbital craniotomy is performed as follows: Craniotomy is
made using a craniotomy from the temporal burr behind the pterion to the
posterior frontal burr hole and then to the burr hole at the glabella. The burr holes
at the ...
A. Leland Albright, Ian F. Pollack, 2011
Issues in Surgical Research, Techniques, and Innovation: ...
(2010 JUN 15) Ondokuz Mayis University, Kurupelit: Localization of pterion in
neonatal cadavers: a morphometric study Investigators publish new data in the
report 'Localization of pterion in neonatal cadavers: a morphometric study.
Seven Aneurysms: Tenets and Techniques for Clipping
Dural preservation is particularly important inferiorly where the dura is thinnest
and where the pterion is drilled. Dural tears are avoided by not crossing the
pterion with the drill. Instead, bone is cut on either side of the pterion and cracked
Michael T. Lawton, 2011
V.kapur R.k Suri
POLES OF THE CEREBRUM (Fig. 18) Frontal pole (A) : It lies under the root of
the nose. Temporal pole (C) : Take two points : (a) at the pterion. (b) at the middle
of the upper border of the zygomatic arch. Join the two points with forward ...
Greenman's Principles of Manual Medicine
The classic vault hold has the index finger on the sphenoid at the pterion and the
little finger at the asterion, with the ear between the middle and ring fingers (Fig.
12.7). The motion of the CRI is very subtle and can only be perceived through ...
Lisa A. DeStefano, 2011
Color Atlas of Microneurosurgery
t Frontal lobe Lesser sphenoid wing Temporal lobe 2-3d The pterion has been
partially resected with a drill. 2-3e The resection of the pterion can now proceed
further to the anterior clinoid process by utilizing the diamond bit drill. 2-3f By ...
Wolfgang Th Koos, Robert F. Spetzler, Johannes Lang, 2000
Human Osteology and Skeletal Radiology: An Atlas and Guide
A - zygomatic bone B - frontal bone C - maxilla D - greater wing of sphenoid bone
E - temporal fossa (indicated by arrow) F - pterion G - coronal suture H - styloid
process I - external acoustic/auditory meatus J - mastoid process of temporal ...
Evan W. Matshes, Bernard Juurlink, 2004
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PTERION»
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Una región llamada el pterion, cerca de las orejas, es la parte más delgada del cráneo y la más vulnerable a la fractura. No obstante, las relativamente ... «Ecuavisa, Nov 14»
Phillip Hughes: How is the brain injured?
A region called the pterion, close to the ears, is the thinnest part of the skull so is most vulnerable to fracture. But the relatively reinforced forehead and back of ... «BBC News, Nov 14»
Lawyer faces charges in fraud case after developer flees
When it comes to deposit if the project is covered by pterion they cover up to $40,000 as an insured friends by Terry on which the client would get back. Morgan ... «Canadian Mortgage Broker News, Aug 14»
The Gain Line: Florian Fritz & The Duty of Care
The impact was worryingly close to the pterion (a thin part of the skull that overlies the middle meningeal artery). Injuries to this area can cause a bleed in the ... «Pundit Arena, May 14»
Brandon McCarthy Scare Is MLB's Latest Excuse to Adopt Helmets …
That's where your pterion is. That's the weakest part of the human skull, and bad things can happen when something hits it really hard. A blow to the pterion in a ... «Bleacher Report, Sep 12»
Age of Conan Gets Secrets of Dragon's Spine Updates
The new area is a desert set to the south and the west of the ancient city of Pterion and players will be free to explore it at their own pace, looking for the oasis ... «Softpedia, Sep 12»
Prices of 115 pharmaceutical drugs reduced
During the press conference held at the Dubai InterContinental Festival City in cooperation with Lilly Pharmaceutical Company, the registration of Pterion - a ... «Emirates 24/7, Nov 11»
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