Reid base line

Reid base line

(rēd),
a line drawn from the inferior margin of the orbit to the auricular point (center of the orifice of the external acoustic meatus) and extending backward to the center of the occipital bone. Used as the zero plane in computed tomography.

Reid base line

(rēd bās līn)
A line drawn from the inferior margin of the orbit to the auricular point (center of the orifice of the external acoustic meatus) and extending backward to the center of the occipital bone. Used as the zero plane in computed tomography.

Reid base line

(rēdz)
[Robert William Reid, Scottish anatomist, 1851–1939]
The line extending from the lower edge of the orbit to the center of the aperture of the external auditory canal and backward to the center of the occipital bone.

Reid,

Robert W., Scottish anatomist, 1851-1939.
Reid base line - a line drawn from the inferior margin of the orbit to the auricular point and extending backward to the center of the occipital bone.