frontonasal

fron·to·na·sal

(frŏn'tō-nā'zăl),
Relating to the frontal and the nasal bones.

fron·to·na·sal

(frŏn'tō-nā'zăl)
Relating to the frontal and the nasal bones.

fron·to·na·sal

(frŏn'tō-nā'zăl)
Relating to frontal and nasal bones.
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The ANB angle is formed with the vertex at point N (nasion, the most anterior aspect of the frontonasal suture, located by visual inspection on the tracing) and two sides respectively extending to A point (the deepest point on the contour of the premaxilla) as well as B point (the deepest point on the contour of the mandible)5.
emphasized the functional differences between both types but are not applicable to species wherein the nostrils end near or at the level of the frontonasal suture, as in Furnariidae.
Frontonasal dysplasia (FND), firstly described in 1967 as the median cleft face syndrome by De Myer, is presented by congenital structure malformations of the midface [1, 2].
The frontonasal prominence forms the forehead, bridge of the nose, medial, and lateral nasal prominences.
Frontonasal dysplasia in the Klippel-Feil syndrome: a new associated malformation.
oaxacae por presentar las caracteristicas morfologicas diagnosticas de la especie, incluyendo ausencia de la escama frontonasal, ausencia de escama supralabial posterior, supralabial anterior separada del elemento cantoloreal, un minimo de cuatro nucales, area de escamas granulares a los lados del cuello muy estrecha y carente de granulos en el pliegue lateral; coloracion dorsal en adultos que va de pardo claro a pardo verdoso con algunas manchas mas oscuras, que forman de seis a ocho bandas transversales a lo largo del tronco y la coloracion ventral crema inmaculado (Campbell & Frost 1993) (Fig.
9), prolongada hacia la izquierda a grupa de grupa y apoyada en un resalte a derecha en el lugar de la linea frontonasal (Fig.
The pre-maxilla or primitive palate is formed by the fusion of medial nasal folds which are folds of frontonasal process.
Nasion (n): It is the point in the midline of both the nasal root and frontonasal suture.
Obstruction of frontonasal drainage causes frontal sinusitis, which is accepted as a serious condition because of its proximity to intracranial and orbital structures.
Jhonny Lameon, 7, suffered from a severe frontonasal encephalocele: a neural tube defect that resulted in membranous sacs expanding through his eyes and covering his face, Daily Mail reported.