infraorbital


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infraorbital

(ˌɪnfrəˈɔːbɪtəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy another word for suborbital
Translations

in·fra·or·bit·al

a. infraorbital, infraorbitario-a, localizado debajo de la órbita.

infraorbital

adj infraorbitario
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At admission, the patient was complaining of the right-sided supraorbital pain that expanded into the infraorbital area.
Lysis of the underlying bone resulted in a bony defect leading into the infraorbital sinus along the dorsorostral aspect of the right eye.
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According to different studies, this artery represents an intraosseous anastomosis between the superior posterior alveolar artery, a branch of the maxillary artery, and the infraorbital artery, level with the anterolateral wall of the maxillary sinus (Rahpeyma & Khajehahmadi; Maridati et al, 2014).
The infraorbital foramen is ovoid with a basal portion unusually ample (Fig.
5%), around ear 6 cases (15%), nose 6 cases (15%), infraorbital 6 cases (15%), scalp 3 cases (7.
It extended superiorly to the infraorbital margin, medially to the alae of the nose, and laterally to 2 cm anterior to the pre-auricular region with an indistinct inferior margin.
Supraorbital notch/foramen, infraorbital foramen and mental foramen in thais: anthropometric measurements and surgical relevance.
3321delA and other AD-associated phenotypes, including gender, family history of atopic disorders (data not shown), early age of onset, infraorbital fold, orbital darkening, white dermatographism, and perifollicular accentuation ( P > 0.
Eyelid Schwannomas are presumed to originate from supraorbital, supratrochlear and infraorbital nerves.
Care was taken to avoid injury to the infraorbital nerve.
For example, the infraorbital fat pad tends to protrude as people age.