ALAR


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Related to ALAR: Alar plate, Alar ligament
AcronymDefinition
ALARApproach and Landing Accident Reduction
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"Their halos got tarnished in the Alar scare," says Means.
"When faced with potentially damaging news about pesticide residues," reports the Los Angeles Times, "the food industry's rallying cry has been "Remember Alar.'"
I just as easily could have said, "You're right to worry about Alar." After all, according to EPA estimates, continued exposure to the pesticide could cause nearly 11,000 additional cancer deaths by the year 2033.
The interest in Alar became acute because of a report by the Natural Resources Defense Council that said Alar posed an unacceptable carcinogenic risk to children.
Trap-door deformity that was seen most commonly in subcutaneous pedicled nasolabial flaps when used for tip or alar region reconstruction.
Such a fracture is classified as type I, is considered an impaction fracture of the occipital condyle and is potentially unstable, as the ipsilateral alar ligament may be incompetent; however, if the tectorial membrane and contralateral alar ligament are preserved, sufficient ligamentous support may remain to preserve stability.
The pre..and post.operative markings were made through a computer program from the radix to the tip of the nose (a), from the tip of the nose to the alar groove (b), from the radix to the most inferior point of columella (c,) from the most anterior point of the nostril to the alar groove (d), and from the most posterior point of the nostril to the alar groove (e) at the lateral side view [Figure 3].
Por lo tanto, se espera que especies relacionadas filogeneticamente, que utilizan diferentes habitats (ej., zonas abiertas vs sotobosques densos), o que presentan diferentes estrategias de forrajeo (ej., caza de presas al vuelo vs busqueda de semillas en el suelo), presenten diferente morfologia alar y adaptaciones musculares y esqueleticas asociadas al ambiente (Corvidae et al., 2006).
Tissue engineering may be applied to a number of operations in rhinology, including augmentative and reconstructive rhinoplasty, nasal septal repair, alar nasal reconstruction, nasal deformities and craniofacial reconstruction.
Considering that facial analyses using 3D technology are in the early stages, the aim of this work was to characterize the nasolabial region using 3D facial captures, specifically the width of the alar base and the value of the nasolabial angle in a static and dynamic position.
Nen uses transcartilaginous sutures to recreate the complex convexities of the alar cartilages [2].
Alar Kolk, President, EIA, said: 'The Google founders were from Stanford and the Facebook founders from Harvard.