labyrinth

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something that is intricately and often bewilderingly complex

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Surgical dissection of the ethmoid labyrinth dates back to before 300 BC when Hippocrates removed polyps and parts of ethmoid cells with a sponge attached to strings.
Tumor spreads into pterygopalatine fossa through inferior orbital fissure and from ethmoid labyrinth through medial orbital wall.
CT scan of the orbit and nasal cavity with contrast revealed a large, well-circumscribed mass in the right ethmoid labyrinth (figure 2, A).
Computed tomography (CT) of the sinuses revealed left frontoethmoid sinusitis and marked aeration of the left ethmoid labyrinth with extension of ethmoid cells inferior and medial to the ethmoid infundibulum (figure, B).
Sinus CT revealed mucosal thickening in the left ethmoid sinus, with an almost totally opacifled ethmoid labyrinth.