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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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.
28,30) Frontal encephaloceles can be associated with frontonasal dysplasia, aberrant tissue band syndrome, and Morning Glory syndrome.
The nasolacrimal apparatus arises embryologically from a cord of surface ectoderm that invaginates between the maxillary and frontonasal processes, giving rise to the canaliculi proximally and the lacrimal sac and nasolacrimal duct distally.
The DVD contains videos of ear, nose, and larynx surgeries such as endoscopic sinus surgery, frontonasal duct reconstruction, and vocal cord augmentation.
They are most often found in a sellar or parasellar location as well as the frontonasal region and frequently reside near the skull base.
5 (n = 5 embryos at each developmental age) and found that control and TCDD-treated fetuses displayed identical patterns of XGaI staining in the frontonasal region (Figure 2), indicating that the developmental pattern of atRA signaling remained unaltered upon TCDD treatment.
Assessment of the nasal bone, of the frontonasal facial angle, and of various structures inside the brain have become part of an anatomic review, for instance, that help us better define which babies we should be most concerned about.
Animal studies have indicated that embryonic cells associated with the development of the branchial arch, mandible, frontonasal and maxillary prominences, and ocular and auditory structures are particularly vulnerable to exposure to alcohol (Dunty 2001).
Bilateral periventricular nodular heterotopia with mental retardation and frontonasal malformation.
Little Agatka was born with a rare facial defect called frontonasal dysplasia.
The ability to initiate frontonasal development in an ectopic (unusual) location will allow us to determine the genes that encode the identity of the frontonasal mass and to compare the molecular pathways.
Four postrostrals; four internasals in a row between middle of nasals; three scales on either side of midline between median frontonasal and rostral; frontonasals in contact side to side, not subdivided; prefrontals in median contact, not subdivided; frontal in two parts, anterior and posterior, not further subdivided; interparietal and frontal in contact; 1-1 frontoparietals.