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- adj. to one side of the median position
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated on one side of, but near, the median line.
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The nasal defect, weighing in at 2.4 cm or so, was big enough to warrant a paramedian flap, which I named Pedro the Pedicle.
The left hepatic duct, right paramedian sectoral duct, and the confluence of the right lateral sectoral duct were narrowed.
A 56-year-old Asian female initially presented with intrahepatic bile duct dilatation in the left lateral sector, left paramedian sector, and right paramedian sector.
The Assistant Director Animal Husbandry Kaspa Reddy told The Hindu that 'left paramedian incision was given for performing laparotomy'.
Using tissue from an adult patient with an old paramedian infarct involving the red nuclei, Terao and co-workers (1996) reported that small myelinated fibers in the lateral corticospinal tract were selectively diminished at all spinal cord levels compared with large myelinated fibers.
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