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A longitudinal medial parapatellar incision can then be used to access the anterior aspect of the knee joint, taking care to avoid injury to the meniscus.
Intraoperatively, the mass was seen starting from the superoanterior edge of the acetabulum with a small portion in the rectus femoris muscle and ending with a large attachment part to the anterior aspect of femur on the trochanter minor level.
A 4-year-old boy presented with a two month history of pressure ulcers that had developed over the anterior aspect of both knees.
The anterior aspects of the shins showed several confluent plaques with a grayish-brown tint and evident infiltration.
If delivery cannot be completed, a second step in the procedure is to then place the fingers of the right hand on the ANTERIOR aspect of the posterior shoulder (previously the anterior shoulder) and rotate the fetus in a counter-clockwise arc to the 12 o'clock position while gently guiding the fetus down the birth canal.
The tip of the needle is positioned in the anterior aspect of the sac, i.
A thirteen year old male provincial level black belt taekwondo athlete was kicked in the anterior aspect of the throat during a match.
The hallmark of DISH is ossification occurring along the anterior aspect of the vertebral bodies but remaining separate from the vertebrae.
A 24-yr-old male presented with a swelling of the anterior aspect of the right thigh of 4 years duration which developed following a cricket ball injury.
Ultrasound can identify hip effusions, which tend to collect at the anterior aspect of the femoral neck (Fig.
The assistant should also ensure that the posterior superior comer of the film does not aggressively press into the posterior palate, or that the anterior superior comer of the film does not aggressively press into the anterior aspect of the palate.

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