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4,140 Possible Causes for Lateral, neural, pterygoid, trunk

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  • Parotidectomy

    The only vascular structures remaining at this point are the internal maxillary artery and venous tributaries to the pterygoid musculature located at the posterior border[] Reexploration may be easily and safely accomplished within 3 weeks of initial surgery without significant risk of further neural damage.[] The trunk was identified under the GAN definitive line drawn preoperatively in 97.3% of cases (72/74).[] Lateral skull base resections often require reconstruction with pedicled or free flaps to restore extensive soft tissue and dural defects.[]

  • Panhypopituitarism

    On cranial magnetic resonance imaging, the lesion extended through the sphenoid sinus into the both pterygoid recesses, destroying the left lateral wall of the sphenoid sinus[] The only other similar case with a deletion of 20p11.22-p11.23 exhibited a phenotype that also included abnormal neural development (autism, craniofacial dysmorphism, and[] Examination showed multiple café-au-lait spots and neurofibromas over the trunk, arms and legs and receptive aphasia with right homonymous hemianopia, which resolved.[] Two years later, he presented with severe headache and was subsequently diagnosed intraoperatively with pituitary abscess.[]

  • Laceration

    It is covered by the external pterygoid muscle as it descends and passes between the ramus of the mandible and the sphenomandibular ligament, entering the mandibular foramen[] […] and the damaged neural elements.[] Lacerations located on the extremities/trunk/fingers/toes needed significantly more additional anesthesia compared with lacerations located on the head (19.1% difference between[] She was treated by placement of a temporary tracheal stent, which was successfully removed 3 months later.[]

  • Fibroma

    For giant OF, if it is mainly located in the jaws without invasion of the skull base and/or pterygoid process, radical surgical treatment should be performed for prevention[] Dermal non-neural granular cell tumor (NNGCT) was first described in 1991 as an S100-negative polypoid non-melanocytic tumor.[] Gardner Fibroma include: Most tumors are asymptomatic presenting no signs and symptoms Gardner Fibromas are usually found next to the spinal cord; other sites include the trunk[] The patient was first treated in 2008, and he developed the malignant counterpart of the disease 2 years later.[]

  • Abscess

    This case presents several learning points in the diagnosis of pure neural leprosy.[] We present a rare occurrence of case of confluent, mixed retropharyngeal, lateral pharyngeal, and peritonsilar abscess in a 9-month-old female infant.[] […] saliva and drooling Trismus: inability to open the mouth due to muscle inflammation and spasm of the masticator muscle Caused by irritation and reflex spasm of the Internal Pterygoid[] For abscesses on the trunk, extremities, axillae, or head and neck, the most common organisms are Staphylococcus aureus (with methicillin-resistant S. aureus [MRSA] being[]

  • Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

    […] relationship between neuronal migration disorders and arthrogryposis multiplex congenita has not been established, but considering the abnormal neuronal migration along the entire neural[] There was a large boss of bone superior and posterior to the true lateral femoral condyle with which the lateral tibial femoral condyle articulated.[] Elective surgery was performed, which consisted of bilateral coronoidotomies, right and left meninscectomies, capsular release, and lateral pterygoid myotomies.[] There is frequently central sparing and a relatively normal trunk.[]

  • Lipoma

    It is imperative correctly diagnose and differentiate PSCL from neural tumors because they may show syndromic associations, have different prognosis, including malignant transformation[] She presented with an overlapping mass on the lateral quadrants.[] It is extremely rare for a parapharyngeal lipoma to extent to the pterygoid region (ie, anterior skull base).[] Can occur in any area of the body, although they are most frequently found on the trunk or proximal limbs. Most commonly found in subcutaneous tissues.[]

  • Fracture

    This study aimed to determine the clinical results of posterior surgery for delayed neural disorder secondary to OVF over a 5-year follow-up.Forty-one Japanese patients who[] Some ankle sprains hide important lesions beyond the classic lateral ligament complex injuries.[] It may involve the medial and lateral walls of the maxillary sinuses and invariably involves the pterygoid processes of the sphenoid.[] If the person feels faint or is breathing in short, rapid breaths, lay the person down with the head slightly lower than the trunk and, if possible, elevate the legs.[]

  • Bruxism

    The lateral pterygoid muscles move the jaw from side to side. The strength of jaw clenching determines the force of tooth grinding.[] Based on this finding, the aim of this study was to generate of neural cells using SB patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).[] […] most studies of muscle-stretching exercises have mainly focused on their influence on performance (eg, range of motion, coordination, and muscle strength) of the limb or trunk[] Three weeks later, duloxetine therapy was restarted at the dosage of 60 mg/day.[]

  • Aneurysmal Bone Cyst

    Imaging studies revealed an extensive right-sided skull base cystic lesion centered on the sphenoid wing with extension into the orbit anteriorly and the pterygoid plates[] […] presenting symptom of spinal ABC, extensive anterior column involvement can result in vertebral fractures, spinal instability, and neurological deficits from compression of neural[] Soft tissue perineurioma besides its pure form may coexist with schwannoma as hybrid nerve sheath tumor (HNST) which occurs in the limbs, head and neck, trunk and occasionally[] Here, we present a case of an ABC found in the lateral mass and lamina of C1.[]