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Related to symphysis: Symphysis pubis, Symphysis menti
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A comparison of symphysis fundal height and ultrasound as screening tests for light for gestational age infants.
The pattern of skeletal involvement includes the spine, symphysis pubis, sacrum, hip, knee, ankle, and foot.
Comparing Figures 1 through 9, there is a clear similarity between distributions of antemortem and postmortem stature and age, though it is noted that the use of McKern and Stewart (1957) demonstrates a regression to the mean for pubic symphysis age point estimates as compared to the antemortem data.
In ventral view the mandibular symphysis tapers anteriorly, as in Hauffiosaurus (O'Keefe, 2001; Benson et al., 2011) and brachauchenine pliosaurids (Williston, 1903; Schumacher et al., 2013; Paramo-Fonseca et al., 2016; Fischer et al., 2017).
The mandibular symphysis proportions, ratio of i3 to i1, length of premolar row, hypoconulid with two anterior lobes, thick incisor and canine processes assess the studied specimen to Hex.
Volumetric evaluation of safe zone for bone harvesting from symphysis region by using cone beam computed tomography.
In our cases, one patient with the tumor located at the symphysis of the mandible underwent subtotal mandibulectomy, and the patient with a lesion at the ramus of the mandible underwent segmental mandibulectomy.
Case 2 Presentationwith with short statue, bilateral growth failure in the clavicles (pseudoarthrosis on the right side ard lateral aplasia on the left one), widened pubic symphysis, coxa vara, dertal problems, progressive scoliosis/kyphosis, and a positive family history.
On pelvis X-ray PA view, a gap in the region of pubic symphysis was visualized, suggesting the diagnosis of PSD [Figure 2].
Two lines were created: one to resemble the anterior plane (from symphysis to ASIS) and another to resemble PT (from the bicoxofemoral axis to the center of the sacral plate).
Two radiographic images of the symphysis areas were obtained, with and without the insertion of metal wires into the foramina.
Osteitis pubis is aseptic inflammation of symphysis pubis and the surrounding structures including muscles and connective tissue.