2 Table 2 Measurements of head and pectoral girdle spines of larval swordspine rockfish (Sebastes ensifer) collected in the Southern California Bight during the California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations survey in April 1999 and the Baseline Cowcod Conservation Area (CCA) survey in February 2002, and given as percentages of head length (HL): posterior preopercular ( PP01, PP03, PP04) and anterior preopercular (APOl and AP04), parietal (PA), nuchal (NU), pterotic (PT), posttemporal (PST), postorbital (PSO), and first lower infraorbital
Caption: Figure 1: Dorsoventral view of the head of the maned wolf with infraorbital
swellings, abscess formation, and fistulation.
Tanto en el norte del Parana Guazu como especificamente en su subregion denominada Planicies inundables predominan la foramina infraorbital
multiple y el hueso wormiano epipterico.
cover most of the upper jaw, but we can note that the maxilla is very long, as in all crossognathiforms, and that there is at least one supramaxilla starting about midlength of the maxilla.
series: anterior branch that arises from the dorsolateral continuation of the supraorbital series, directed posteriorly bordering the eye and curving centrally (Figs.
11] compared the postoperative analgesic effect of bilateral infraorbital
nerve block with that of peri-incisional infiltration in infant cleft lip surgery and demonstrated the superiority of nerve blocks.
The study of the infraorbital
foramen is significant in local anaesthesia procedures, in maxillofacial surgeries and consequently in protection against procedural neurovascular injuries.
short and wide, not covering dorsal part of angulo-articular.
The main lateral line (lc) crosses its posterior part and the infraorbital
sensory line (ifc) its anterior one.
The posterior superior alveolar artery (PSAA) and infraorbital
artery (IOA) are the branches of the maxillary artery that supply the lateral sinus wall and overlying membrane.
Clinical signs were an acute and severe respiratory disease characterized by nasal and ocular discharge, foamy conjunctivitis, inflamed eyes, facial congestion, tracheal rales, swollen infraorbital
sinuses, and visible yellow to white caseous discharge from the nasal sinuses or trachea.
5) The lateral expansion of maxillary sinus to the infraorbital
canal is complete by the age of four years, and by the age of eight, lateral pneumatization up to the same canal occurs.