a.1.(Anat.) Situated beyond or outside the palatine bone; - said of a bone in the skull of some reptiles.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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11 - 15) of the pars choanalis, by the transpalatine process and laterally by the palatine lateral crest (Crista lateralis--CrL, Figures.
episcopus (internal 4), share the flexor cranial facial zone not funded medially (character 2, condition 1); present rostral prominence (character 3, condition 1); absent median rostral concavity (character 4, condition 0); relation medial x caudal condyle of the quadrate caudal > medial (character 24, condition 1); caudal expansion of the present choanal fossa (character 35, condition 1); short maxillopalatine process (character 13, condition 0) and absent transpalatine process (character 34, condition 0).
Numerous surgical approaches have been employed to access the infratemporal region, some of them being the transoral, transanal, transpalatine, transzygomatic, transcervical, and extended maxillectomy approach [37].
Numerous open surgical approaches have been employed traditionally, based on the tumor extensions, like transpalatine, lateral rhinotomy, midfacial degloving, and neurosurgical approaches in cases with intracranial extension [1].
The transpalatine process is long and pointed in all species (PrTP) (Fig.
He had previously undergone two operations elsewhere, both via a transpalatine approach, and neither had been successful.
Osseous atresia may require choanal reconstruction or transpalatine resection of the thick vomer.
(3) Shape of transpalatine process: The transpalatine process, at the latero-caudal corner of the palatine bone, was measured as the ratio of its length over its width.
[14,15] In addition, Kornfehl et al have described a relatively new transpalatine approach that does not require an osteotomy.
Transpalatine excision of a cavernous hemangioma of the infratemporal fossa.