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Clinical application of Squamous suture landmark in a representative case.

By Nunung Nur Rahmah (353846), Takahiro Murata (353847), Takehiro Yako (353848), Tetsuyoshi Horiuchi (353849) and Kazuhiro Hongo (288213)


<p>a) Skin marking of the OM line (black line), the donor artery (STA, red line) and Chater's Point (CP, blue star). b) Bone marking using SS as the center of the craniotomy, the adjacent STA is also visible; blue star is showing the CP. c) The clearly viewed SF with its correlated arties and veins at the center of the operative field after craniotomy. d) Illustration of the running SS (dotted red line), SF (dotted black line), CP (blue star) and start point of SS at 0 cm perpendicular to OM line (red circle).</p

Topics: Medicine, Cell Biology, Neuroscience, Physiology, squamous, suture
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0018199.g006
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