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The superficial temporal artery passes superficial to the posterior root of the zygomatic arch just anterior to the tragus.
Bypass to the intracranial giant or large internal carotid artery aneurysms: superficial temporal artery to middle cerebral artery bypass re-visited.
The purpose of this study was to determine the level of agreement between the oral nondisposable electronic thermometer (reference standard device) and two test thermometers (digital disposable oral thermometer and temporal artery thermometer) in acutely ill patients.
Its main blood supply is the superficial temporal artery.
99) gauges body temperature in just two seconds by capturing the naturally emitted heat from skin over the temporal artery, which runs across the forehead and is connected to the heart directly via the carotid artery.
Cerebral angiography was performed via the femoral artery, which showed the tumour was supplied by the bilateral internal carotid arteries, bilateral vertebral arteries, left occipital artery, left superficial temporal artery and left middle meningeal vessels.
Arterial temperature measurement, such as the one recorded by temporal artery thermometers, leads all other methods in identifying fever and is unaffected by patient activity, according to Exergen Corp.
Her temporal artery was palpable bilaterally, and there was no evidence of Brudzinski's or Kernig's sign of meningitis.
In a variable proportion of cases, a temporal artery biopsy (TAB) taken from patients with isolated PMR, without any cranial manifestation related to vascular involvement in the setting of GCA, may yield typical inflammatory changes of GCA.
He'd gashed his scalp and severed his temporal artery, which supplies blood to the brain.
Temporal (giant cell) arteritis, an inflammation of the temporal artery that can lead to blindness if not treated quickly.