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What does M stand for?

M stands for Mesial

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The forum will discuss mesial temporal lobe epilepsies (MTLE) as a main topic in addition to discussing the concepts and pathophysiology of MTLE; clinical characteristics of MTLE; clinical and experimental neurophysiology and treatment of MTLE.
Subsequent sections address functional neurosurgery, including epilepsy, mesial temporal sclerosis, movement disorders, medical and psychiatric conditions, and chronic pain; common questions related to tumors; pediatric neurosurgery, particularly hydrocephalus, Chiari malformations, myelomeningocele, and medulloblastoma; vascular neurosurgery, including intracranial aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, intracranial and extracranial arterial stenosis, vasospasm, and intraparenchymal/intraventricular hemorrhage; and neurotrauma, including traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury.
What would our orthodontic colleagues think of the recommendation of the wholesale removal of the leeway space that nature has provided for the permanent dentition by allowing subsequent mesial drift?
This is an incredibly exciting time for the epilepsies," he marveled, embarking on a talk about a promising suspect in the search for the molecular link between complicated febrile seizures and subsequent development of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy Dr.
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized among micropterumgroup species by the rectangular pronotum, the claval and corial veins with dark to pink spots, the posteroventral margin of male genital capsule with lateral stout lobes, strongly produced, and mesial lobe broadly concave with the apex rounded (Fig.
a possible double-bevel base of a quadrangular-section sagaie with oblique engraved lines on both faces, an undecorated distal tip of a round-section sagaie, a distal tip of another round-section sagaie with a longitudinal engraved line crossed by two sets of oblique engraved lines on one face, a mesial fragment of an oval section sagaie with a 3mm-wide longitudinal groove (probably for bladelet slotting) on one face, a long mesial fragment of a sub- quadrangular section needle and a possible distal tip fragment of a lenticular section needle.
Forewing ground color brownish grey with yellowish brown spots, costa dark brown with yellow-brown patterns; apical costa with a distinct triangular black spot; mesial forewing with a pale blue kidney-shaped translucent spot, dorsum with some irregular yellow-brown patterns; postmedian transverse line indistinct, nearly straight with distinct white dots at veins.