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P; parietal bone, F; frontal bone, T; temporal bone, S; sphenoid bone, e; epipteric bone (as known as pterion ossicle, sutural or Wormian bone).
Sesamoids and accessory ossicles of the foot: anatomical variability and related pathology.
The incus interposition and transposition method used in ossicle reconstruction has been widely used since its first description in 1957 by Hall and Rytzner (3).
Caption: Figure 2: The lateral view of the tibial tuberosity reveals an ununited free ossicle (red arrow).
Meanwhile, since the tunnel was adjacent to the FN, ChT, EAC, and the ossicle, any damage of these structures, especially which of the FN, would lead to severe sequela to patients.
A second part of the procedure is to reposition or reconstruct diseased ossicles (tiny bones in the middle ear which conduct sound to the inner ear).
Palpation (translation) can give a sense of the mobility of the extra ossicle.
Subsequently, settlers show abactinal and actinal ossicles, the larval body disappears completely, and three pairs of tube feet appear in each ray.
The plain film showed the presence of an accessory ossicle in the lateral aspect of the midfoot, located in the path of the peroneal tendons with cortical discontinuity, fragmentation, irregular margins, and heterogeneous density.
2009), our data on ossicle morphology and sculpture in the ancestors may help to clarify whether hybridization of flatfish species is expressed in their ossicle features.
The middle ear contains ossicles, nerves and muscles (stapedius and tensor tympani).
an ossicle with smooth circumferential cortical margins and no osseous continuity with the body of C2".
Total absence of the ossicle suggests its complete erosion.
Surgery, which involves excision of the pain-producing ossicle with or without tuberculoplasty, relieves the pain and allows patients to return to their chosen sport in 90% to 95% of cases that have not responded to conservative treatment.