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207 Possible Causes for Structure, chiasma, of, tendinum

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  • Acromegaly

    FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS: Although most pituitary tumors in acromegalic patients are benign and non-aggressive many can behave more aggressively, compromising local surrounding structures[] MRI can be used to study possible suprasellar expansion, upwards towards the suprasellar cisterna and the chiasma, which may be compressed, pushed back, or laminated.[] Physicians should focus on clearing the tracheal airway using computed tomography to elucidate the anatomical relationship between the trachea and surrounding structures in[] […] results show that the identified novel heterozygous deletion in the CDKN1B 5'-UTR region associates with a reduction in CDKN1B mRNA levels, a predicted altered secondary mRNA structure[]

    Missing: of tendinum
  • Septo-Optic Dysplasia

    BACKGROUND: Septo-optic dysplasia, a variable combination of abnormalities of cerebral midline structures, is a clinically heterogeneous syndrome in which the midline defects[] Septo-optic dysplasia (SOD; De Morsier syndrome) is a rare congenital disorder characterized by the absence of the septum pellucidum (SP), hypoplasia of the optic chiasma[] Septo-optic dysplasia, also known as de Morsier syndrome, is a rare congenital entity almost always characterized by hypoplasia/dysplasia of the optical nerve, chiasma or[] In the early stages of brain development, these structures may form abnormally or fail to develop at all.[]

    Missing: of tendinum
  • Craniopharyngioma

    structures.[] Although the pterional approach is a common route for suprasellar lesions, when the craniopharyngioma extends behind the chiasma into the third ventricle, access is even more[] Hence, a lesion in the optic chiasma affects temporal vision in both the eyes.[] RESULTS: CP adherence is defined by 3 components, as follows: 1) the specific structures attached to the tumor, 2) the adhesion's extent, and 3) its strength.[]

    Missing: of tendinum
  • Optic Nerve Glioma

    Because optic nerve meningiomas are typically circumferential to the optic nerve and adhere tightly to the perineural pial microvascular structures, it is impossible to avoid[] The relationship of the tumor to the chiasma could not be affirmed on MRIs.[] Thus, it's a pretty important structure if you enjoy being able to see.[] Ten of our cases showed involvement of both optic nerves and the chiasma.[]

    Missing: of tendinum
  • Extensor Tendons of Finger Anomalies

    The techniques include the use of a half slip of the extensor tendon, juncturae tendinum and tenodesis.[] This intent influenced the book's compilation and structure: - Only those operations that have given us good long-term results will be discussed.[] […] or laxity of the extensor tendon restraining structures.[] Junctura tendinum between extensor digitorum communis and extensor pollicis longus. J Hand Surg [Am]. 1984;9(5):674–6. Google Scholar 13. Yoshida Y.[]

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  • Saccharomyces Cerevisiae

    Here, we present a cryo-EM structure of the P complex from Saccharomyces cerevisiae at an average resolution of 3.6 Å.[] ., 1987, Mammalian chiasma frequencies as a test of two theories of recombination, Nature , 326 : 803–805.[] We present here the first crystal structure of Cdc11, the terminal subunit of the octameric rod and discuss its structure in relation to its human homologues.[] We identified a phosphoryl transfer domain in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rtr1 by obtaining and characterizing a 2.6 Å resolution crystal structure.[]

    Missing: of tendinum
  • Cyclopia

    […] pharyngeal structures.[] The optic nerve continuity to the chiasma was not discernable, while the optic tract close to the hippocampal fissure was seen.[] In addition, in our case a structure projecting from the fetal face correlated well with the proboscis.[] Fusion of the facial processes in the midline takes place even if central prosencephalic structures are absent.[]

    Missing: of tendinum
  • Polyploidy

    Here, we show that ciliary function (polycystins) and structure (polaris) are required for proper cellular division.[] . • Using computer simulations we studied the effects of mutations, chromosomal inversions, chiasma, neofunctionalization, subfunctionalization and selection on the evolution[] Abstract Structural chromosomal abnormalities are common in myelodysplastic syndromes (MDSs), and complex abnormalities are known to confer a poor prognosis.[] Seeb , Linkage Mapping Reveals Strong Chiasma Interference in Sockeye Salmon: Implications for Interpreting Genomic Data , G3: Genes Genomes Genetics , 10.1534/g3.115.020222[]

    Missing: of tendinum
  • Chromophobe Adenoma

    G.: Fine structure and function in capillaries of the anterior pituitary gland. Angiology 12 , 270–292 (1961).[] Abstract A 62-year-old woman presenting with intracranial lesion eroding the sella with compression of optic chiasma was found to have plasmacytoma of the pituitary area.[] […] was established by postoperative histology because, as the lesion was intrasellar, one had been made to think of a pituitary adenoma which had not spread to involve the chiasma[] The specific area of the visual pathway at which compression by these tumours occurs is at the optic chiasma .[]

    Missing: of tendinum
  • Pituitary Cyst

    In contrast, HE findings of 4 surgical cases and 4 autopsy cases with normal pituitary function showed that intact acinar structures surrounded Rathke cleft cyst.[] MR imaging of a patient with probable low-grade gliomas in the left hypothalamic region and optic chiasma showed complete resolution of a pituitary cyst at a 1-year follow-up[] They appear as a cystic structure in the area of the pituitary gland.[] […] small size of the pituitary gland, its deep location, the many normal anatomic variants, and the often tiny size of lesions can hinder precise evaluation of the anatomic structures[]

    Missing: of tendinum