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Synonyms for ethmoid

one of the eight bones of the cranium

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25 L, or one-fourth the distance between the distal tip and the orbital margin of the lateral ethmoid.
The interior (ventral) surface of the left fr contains a fragment of the lateral ethmoid (le) and sphenotic (sph).
Ethmoid sinuses just behind the bridge of the nose and between the eyes
Since the ethmoid sinuses are near the tear ducts in the corner of the eyes, inflammation of these cavities often causes swelling of the eyelids and tissues around your eyes, and pain between your eyes.
2%) had ethmoid sinus involvement only, 1 had sphenoid sinus involvement only, and 1 had both ethmoid and sphenoid sinus involvement.
those affecting the nasofrontal duct, posterior ethmoid sinus, or sphenoid sinus) to be acceptable candidates for an endoscopic approach.
However, computed tomography (CT) identified a homogenously enhancing soft-tissue density that involved the right middle and posterior ethmoid cells and the entire sphenoid sinus.
In our patient, however, the tumor appeared to have originated in the ethmoid sinus and then spread to the intracranial cavity.
Both the dorsal-ventral diameter (115 mm) of the sclerotic (IGM 7889) and the width of the skull (IGM 7889) across the lateral ethmoids (248 mm) are approximately 1.
5L, or one-half the distance between the distal tip and the orbital margin of the lateral ethmoid bone (L); and 0.
This patient had a symptomatic mucocele of the right ethmoid sinus with orbital extension and an asymptomatic mucocele involving the left maxillary sinus with retroorbital extension.
After relevant investigations, we were convinced that the new tumor was confined to the ethmoids, frontal sinuses, and the roof of the anterior part of the nasal cavity.
Using the fovea, lamina papyracea, and the middle meatal antrostomy as landmarks, the remainder of the ethmoids and sphenoids were exenterated when indicated (figure 5).
The most common primary sites are the maxillary antrum, the nasal cavity, and the ethmoids.
Coronal computed tomography (CT) of the sinuses revealed the presence of a large concha bullosa in the left middle turbinate along with septal deviation and ethmoid sinusitis (figure, A and B).