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a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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The foramen transversarium which is unique to the cervical vertebrae is found on the transverse process. Plexus sympaticus, vertebral artery and vein passes inside (Aydinlioglu et al., 2001; Murlimanju et al.; Gujar et al., 2015; Molinet Guerra et al.).
Plain x-ray shows pseudo articulation of left L5 transverse process and the sacrum (Figure 1).
Ultrasound guided Erector Spinae Plane block at L-4 transverse process level provides effective postoperative analgesia for total hip arthroplasty.
With the more lateral entry point, hypertrophy of L5 transverse process and the sacral wing would obstruct the puncture pathway and the duration of puncture time might be prolonged accordingly.
Compression of the internal jugular vein by the transverse process of the atlas as the cause of cerebellar hemorrhage after supratentorial craniotomy.
The transverse process and erector spinae muscle were more visible on the upper side of the patient.
Leivy, "Delayed Recognition of Lumbosacral Fracture Dislocations in the Multitrauma Patient: The Triad of Transverse Process Fractures, Unilateral Renal Contusion and Lumbosacral Fracture Dislocation," Journal of Trauma--Injury Infection and Critical Care, vol.
Caption: FIGURE 2: (a) CT: enhancing mass that has destroyed the left half of the body, left pedicle, and left transverse process of the L1 vertebra.
Then, the probe was moved laterally from midline and the posterior elements, including layers of muscle, lamina, interlaminar space, facet joint, [C.sub.2] or [C.sub.3] transverse process, and vertebral artery that were identified on the transverse sonograms at the same level (Figure 2).
The cervical rib must be separate from, but articulate with, the transverse process of C7.
UPUAM 14072b preserves the left blade of the zygosphene, and also the left transverse process (Fig.
The 2 most frequent ones are the transverse process of C6 and the anterior or paratracheal approach at the level of C7, with or without fluoroscopy.

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