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Specialists in hearing medicine train future temporal bone histology technicians to produce and interpret images of the temporal bone that can provide information about hearing disorders.
The scalp derives its blood supply mainly from the four superficial branches of the external carotid artery, the superficial temporal, angular, occipital, and posterior auricular arteries, and the supraorbital and supratrochlear branches of the internal carotid.
The line of work reviewed in this article examines the effects of temporal landmarks on individuals' engagement in goal pursuit.
Temporal databases support three different time variants [3] of relations: system versioned, valid time period relations and bitemporal relations [4].
Temporal resolution refers to the individual's ability to detect time intervals between sound stimuli or to detect the minimum time that an individual can discriminate between two audible signals, that is, to perceive short gaps between two stimuli or to perceive that a sound is modulated in some way.
1985) referred to this phenomenon as the 'soil water temporal stability'.
A forty year old female elephant with history of firm swelling on right temporal area was presented.
The anatomy, function, and course of the temporal branch of the facial nerve are critical to the development of a surgical plan.
INTRODUCTION: Carcinoma arising in the external auditory canal and temporal bone is very rare and comprises <0.
The temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) is considered the main cause of complex partial seizures refractory to conservative treatment in adulthood, with a lower incidence in children, representing 10 to 20% of all causes of epilepsy at this age (1).
Temporal representation and reasoning; TIME 2013; proceedings.
One of the newest methods, temporal artery thermometry, uses the same infra-red technology of tympanic thermometers (Kistemaker, Hartog, & Daanen, 2006; Sandlin, 2003).