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Ultimately, because they disturb such power hierarchies, the interpositions of Hope Leslie's heroines on behalf of less powerful individuals by intervening to more powerful patriarchal authority figures call for a particular strategy of interposition.
The user functions (i.e., the functions inside the interposition library with the same prototype as the "real" ones) are able to check, record and even modify the arguments and the response of the original function call.
An emergency gastroscopy was carried out, which revealed active bleeding from a vessel stump in the jejunal interposition, corresponding to a Forrest stage I b upper gastrointestinal bleed.
Rats were treated with either sham (n = 6) or ileal interposition (n = 8) surgery as described by Strader (Strader et al.
Carroll is credited with laying much of the foundation for using tendon graft in the basal joint which he described in personal communications, (10) however it was Froimson in 1970 who first published a technique of tendon interposition following trapezial resection.
We decided to perform cyst excision and interposition of PA with saphenous vein.
Computed tomography of the abdomen highlighted the presence of an anterior interposition of the colon to the liver reaching the undersurface of the right hemidiaphragm-the so-called Chilaiditi's sign (Figures 1-2); this clinical condition is also called as pseudopneumoperitoneum.
From the exposed above, the research study objectified to analyze the association between mouth breathing and variables, such as complaint and (or) delay in the speech acquisition and alterations in utterance (distortions, omissions, substitutions and tongue interposition) in children diagnosed with hypertrophic palatine and/or pharyngeal tonsils, correlating them to the characteristics of dental occlusion and lingual frenulum.
The general intention of surgeons is to perform a standard transhiatal or transthoracic esophagectomy with colonic interposition or gastric pull-up procedure for benign end-stage and premalignant or in situ malignant lesions of the esophagus.
Computed tomography (CT) scan showed interposition of the colon or small bowel in the hepatodiaphragmatic space, known as Chilaiditi syndrome, and a mass lesion with an undefined margin surrounding the perihilar region (Figure 1a).
Ulno-basilic interposition graft with saphenous vein was put for one case.