transorbital


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transorbital

a. transorbital, que ocurre o que pasa a través de la cavidad ósea del ojo.
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The transorbital ultrasonography was applied to the patient at supine position by using 6-13 MHz planar probe before the lumbar puncture.
Transorbital penetrating brain injury with a large foreign body.
To assess and record the correct placement implant Stenvers and transorbital petrous skiagram were obtained during early postoperative period.
Transorbital penetrating craniocerebral injuries account for 24% of penetrating head injuries in adults and around 45% of such injuries in children [2, 3].
Transorbital penetrating brain injury with open globe is an unusual occurrence, representing about 0.4% of all head injuries [12].
Silverman, "Orbital reconstruction after exenteration: use of a transorbital temporal muscle flap," Annals of Plastic Surgery, vol.
Ophthalmologists generally chose transorbital approaches for resecting orbital tumors, but this approach was limited by poor visualization and always accompanied with little visual improvement and major injury.
Hussain, "Optic nerve sheath diameter evaluated by transorbital sonography in healthy volunteers from Pakistan," Anaesthesia, Pain and Intensive Care, vol.
Endoscope-assisted transorbital keyhole surgical approach to ruptured supratentorial aneurysms.
Watts did not agree with Freeman's transorbital approach, which started to be practiced by all physicians, regardless of their specialty.