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Main use scenarios Audio cues and visual notifications alert the driver when the navigated driving feature becomes available (upon entering the highway and using a predefined route set in the navigation system).
Before navigated laser treatment, 13 of 25 eyes (52%) had received sub-Tenon's injections of triamcinolone acetonide (TA) (Kenacort; Bristol-Myeres Squibb, Tokyo, Japan) and 12 or 25 eyes (48%) had received ranibizumab and/or aflibercept injections.
He also navigated Paddy Hopkirk, who won the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally and who will be honoured at the Cultra Hillclimb 50 years after the celebrated win.
In the study, 100 patients with lesions located in motor eloquent areas were preoperatively mapped by a navigated brain stimulation (NBS) system which uses nTMS.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of navigated THAs having shorter operative times than conventional methods.
Using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) guided by standard MR-image data, Nexstim has developed Navigated Brian Stimulation (NBS), a non-invasive direct technique for functional mapping of the motor cortex.
2 : to sail or travel over, on, or through <The crew navigated the river.>
"I stood at the front and navigated and when I got off at my stop another lady took over."
sapiens built and navigated the first sea vessels between 60,000 and 40,000 years ago, ultimately piloting them to the open spaces of Australia.
Know-How-to-Use-an-Outboard-Motor," we navigated from rooftop to rooftop, delivering hygiene packs of soap (to prevent scabies) and chlorine (for purifying drinking water).
They navigated by sighting those osprey nests, just the way sailors navigate coasts by sighting lighthouses.
[ClickPress, Wed Apr 24 2019] The global market for navigated biopsy needles is expected to witness high growth over the forecast period owing to the growing implementation of robotic systems and augmented reality in surgical procedures.