Related to Orbitary: obituary, revolve around, undeterred


a.1.Situated around the orbit; as, the orbitary feathers of a bird.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Orbital cellulitis is a septic process between the ethmoid and orbitary tissue representing the most frequent cause of unilateral exophthalmos.
(8,9) which occurs due to dissemination of infection from ethmoid to orbitary tissue due to bone refraction arising from osteitis involving the external wall of ethmoid, which corresponds to internal region of the orbit at the level of the lacrimal bone.
Patients suspected with orbitary cellulitis must be immediately explored with imaging techniques like CT scan and hospitalized.
Under standard assay conditions, mixtures were incubated for one hour at 37[degrees]C on the incubated ELMI DTS-4 SkyLine orbitary shaker at 300 rpm.
Longacre et al, (14) attributed low incidence of primary malignancy in part admittedly due to orbitary definitional criteria as it is difficult to distinguish primary tubal carcinoma from primary ovarian or endometrial carcinoma in patients with high stage disease.