eye socket


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Synonyms for eye socket

the bony cavity in the skull containing the eyeball

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I'm not used to losing, but I've had two in a row," said Brook, who has had a titanium plate fitted over his eye socket.
The gash to the back of his head occurred when the complainant fell downstairs and the fractured eye socket and fractured nose occurred while being punched while unconscious by the defendant.
The victim was taken to hospital for treatment on his broken eye socket.
The graduate was taken to Royal Liverpool Hospital where X-rays confirmed she had a fractured eye socket.
Last week, WalesOnline revealed Friends of the Animals raised PS500 to fund an MRI scan for Jack, who is suffering from broken bones in his eye socket after he was shot.
Last week Friends of the Animals raised PS500 to fund an MRI scan for Jack, who is suffering from broken bones in his eye socket after he was shot.
A MAN was left with a fractured eye socket after an attack outside a Middlesbrough nightclub.
The tooth and lens are then implanted under the eye socket.
Liverpool's Belgium keeper insists he has been left with no scars - physical or mental - after smashing his nose and eye socket in a horror collision with Emile Heskey in 2011.
Summary: A two-year-old has escaped a potentially fatal injury after a pencil pierced her eye socket and nearly punctured a major blood vessel.
ST MIRREN defender Marc McAusland is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering a suspected fractured eye socket in Saturday's draw with Aberdeen.
He also suffered a broken forearm, cheekbone, eye socket and nose.
The sharp edge of the husk cut deeper than his cornea, so he lost his eye and had to have surgery to prepare his eye socket for a glass eye.