Henry Ingersoll Bowditch coined the term paraesophageal hiatus
hernia (PHH) in 1853 .
. The sacral hiatus
, resulting from failure of fusion of lamina and spinous process of lower sacral vertebrae, is the caudal termination of the sacral canal.
Grey's Anatomy and How to Get Away With Murder go on hiatus
after Thursday's episodes, but they'll be back in nine weeks, on Jan.
To obtain quantitative data, a digital caliper was used to measure the distances from the midline of PACN at the hiatus
to the IEL in a perpendicular plane and from the point where the PACN crossed the IEL to the LE along the IEL (Fig.
Of the total 107 sacra three showed agenesis of sacral hiatus
" is the most commonly accepted label, other frequently used terms for the temperature phenomenon include "pause," "standstill," "slowdown," and "lull."
Asked by Wright how their hiatus
will work, Tomlinson remained quiet about the length of their break, but said: "I think we all just want some breathing space for now and the idea of that is pretty exciting, not to have any specific schedule or plans."
The results make sense and demonstrate that the hiatus
was overblown, says David Ridley, an MIT atmospheric scientist.
MR Ahmed Hassn is a consultant laparascopic general surgeon, Nuffield Health Cardiff & Vale Hospitals, who has undertaken more than 600 keyhole surgery hiatus
The This Week At NASA crew is on a short mid-year hiatus
, -- but we thought we'd leave you with a quick look back at some of the big and exciting news featured so far in 2014 on This Week at NASA.
'Scientists have long suspected that extra ocean heat uptake has slowed the rise of global average temperatures, but the mechanism behind the hiatus
remained unclear,' said the study's lead author, Matthew England of the University of New South Wales.
The FX network says the hit comedy is returning for its fourth season in May after a hiatus
of 19 months.