labyrinth

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Related to ethmoid labyrinth: lacrimal bone, ethmoid sinus, vomer, sphenoid, Perpendicular plate, crista galli, Vomer bone
  • noun

Synonyms for labyrinth

Synonyms for labyrinth

something that is intricately and often bewilderingly complex

Synonyms for labyrinth

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the distance between the highest level of the ethmoid labyrinth and cribiform plate ranges from 0.
The polypoid tissue was removed, and the ethmoid labyrinth was found to have more polypoid tissue.
In 1939, Van Alyea described pneumatization of the superior turbinate in his study of the ethmoid labyrinth in 100 midsagittal cadaveric specimens.
Cells that are part of the anterior ethmoid labyrinth drain into the middle meatus, and cells that belong to the posterior ethmoid labyrinth drain into the superior meatus and occasionally into the supreme meatus.
13) They advocated resection of the dura over the cribriform plate, the olfactory bulb, the entire ethmoid labyrinth, and the anterior and posterior walls of the frontal sinus.