Presphenoidal

Pre`sphe`noid´al


a.1.(Anat.) Of or pertaining to the presphenoid bone; presphenoid.
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The vomer is thickest at its posterior alar portion connected to the Perpendicular Plate of Ethmoid (PPE) and the presphenoidal joint and always markedly thicker than the PPE and the septum due to its bilaminar origin.
At birth the air sinus is nonaerated (Reittner et al., 2001) and the sphenoid bone contains red marrow, which is converted to yellow marrow in the presphenoidal plate between seven months and two years (Scuderi et al., 1993; Reittner et al.).
At birth, the air sinus is non-aerated (Reittner et al.) and the sphenoid bone contains red marrow, which is converted to yellow marrow in the presphenoidal plate between seven months and two years (Scuderi et al.; Reittner et al.).