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Synonyms for supraorbital

located or occurring above the eye socket


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With the increased supraorbital area nerve decompression surgeries in last 10 years such as migraine and endoscopic forehead lift surgeries in addition to increased Botox and local anesthetic injections, determining whether these nerves come from notch or foramen exit points is important during pre-op period (Fallucco et al.
Grind out the inner plate of supraorbital bone window edge to gain greater visual space.
Along with this, the child had dry skin, sunken cheeks, depressed nasal bridge, protruded lips, prominent frontal bone, and supraorbital ridges [Figure 1].
MIR, which is elicited by the stimulation of the mental or supraorbital nerves, consists of 2 phases of suppression (SP1 and SP2).
Rostrum with scales between the lacrimal and supraorbital crest Neocyttus rhomboidalis.
Supraorbital notch/foramen, infraorbital foramen and mental foramen in thais: anthropometric measurements and surgical relevance.
The technique for selectively blocking the sensitive branches of the trigeminal nerve is based on infiltration of six nerves: auriculotemporal, zygomatic, supraorbital, supratrochlear, greater occipital and lesser occipital.
1a Large ocellus present in posterior portion of dorsal fin (between 22nd to 27th dorsal-fin spines); dorsal fin wholly of spines Paraclinus integripinnis (Labrisomidae) 1b No ocellus in dorsal fin as above; dorsal fin with both spines and soft-rays 2 2a Greatest body depth into total length more than 10 times; more soft-rays than spines in dorsal fin Chaenopsis alepidota (Chaenopsidae) 2b Greatest body depth into total length less than 8 times; more spines than soft-rays in dorsal fin 3 3a Maxillary extending well behind eye 4 3b Maxillary not extending behind eye 6 4a Supraorbital cirri divided from base; no large ocellus in center of membrane between 1st and 2nd dorsal spines; total gill rakers 18-22; head length 4.
3) The reported origins for orbital Schwannomas are oculomotor, ciliary and supraorbital nerves.
Left eye was desensitised with 2% Lignocaine Hcl (Wocaine (d) 2%) using peterson's, auriculo-palpebral and supraorbital nerve blocks.
Para ello, se implementaron los criterios definidos por Buikstra y Ubelaker (1994) para la glabela, margen supraorbital, proceso mastoides, cresta occipital, eminencia mentoneana del craneo y escotadura ciatica para los coxales, sumado al metodo de Phenice (1969) para el pubis.
In order to test the effect of external stimulation of the trigeminal nerve, investigators used a patch applied across the forehead to deliver mild electrical pulses to the supraorbital fibers of the V1 tract of the trigeminal nerve bilaterally.
Cranium #35 had large supraorbital ridges, relatively blunt supraorbital margins, and very large mastoid processes.
77 (Table 1), the presence of an anteromedial alisphenoid process on the auditory bullae, interorbital region with beaded supraorbital margins, and the absence of a maxillary fenestra (Fig.