Medial wall


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Medial wall

The middle bone, or wall of the eye's orbit. It is generally thicker than the roof and floor walls.
Mentioned in: X Rays of the Orbit
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The proximal-medial sensor was placed at the proximal termination of the medial wall of the socket to remain within the rigid frame and then extended distal 20 cm.
Figure 1 shows how the medial walls of the two orbits are approximately parallel to each other, the sagittal plane of the skull and the line of sight, whereas the lateral walls are at almost 90[degrees].
However, the medial wall that partially closes the mandibular channel will likely reduce loss of fluids by Thermonectus larvae.
This case illustrates a well-defined ostium through the posterior medial wall of the large ethmoid bulla draining into the superior portion of the left middle meatus.
The history and CT scan results suggest that following penetration of the snooker cue into the gingivo-labial sulcus it had broken through the right anterolateral maxillary wall and upper medial wall.
The relationship of the acetabular line, representing the medial wall of the acetabulum, to Kohler's ilioischial line, has also been used by several investigators (Fig.
Rhinosinusitis, erosion of the nasal septum and medial wall of the maxillary sinus, and perforations of the palate have been reported to occur in association with a rhinolith, (1,2) but until now, no case of a nasal polyp associated with a rhinolith has been reported in the English-language literature.
3) Moreover, the lateral portion of the patella is usually fully in contact with the lateral wall of the trochlea while the medial aspect of the patella appears to have little if any contact with the medial wall.
Expansion and thinning of the medial wall of the maxillary antrum was also noted.
Ned Amendola, Professor of Orthopaedics and Director of Sports Medicine at the University of Iowa, said "The HemiCAP Talus Resurfacing System allows surgeons to restore the damaged surface of the talar dome by reproducing three surfaces with one implant, namely the dome, ridge and medial wall.
Radiographs of the pelvis showed more radiolucency in the medial wall of the acetabulum (Figure 4a).