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glabella

 [glah-bel´ah]
the area on the frontal bone above the nasion and between the eyebrows.

gla·bel·la

(glă-bel'ă), [TA]
1. A smooth prominence, most marked in the male, on the frontal bone above the root of the nose.
See also: antinion.
2. The most forward projecting point of the forehead in the midline at the level of the supraorbital ridges.
See also: antinion. Synonym(s): mesophryon
Synonym(s): intercilium
[L. glabellus, hairless, smooth, dim. of glaber]

glabella

/gla·bel·la/ (glah-bel´ah) the area on the frontal bone above the nasion and between the eyebrows.

glabella

(glə-bĕl′ə)
n. pl. gla·bellae (-bĕl′ē)
The smooth area between the eyebrows just above the nose.

gla·bel′lar adj.

glabella

[gləbəl′ə]
Etymology: L, glabrum, bald
a flat triangular area of bone between the two superciliary ridges of the forehead. It is sometimes used as a baseline for cephalometric measurements.

gla·bel·la

(glă-bel'ă)
1. A smooth prominence, most marked in the male, on the frontal bone above the root of the nose.
2. The most forward projecting point of the forehead in the midline at the level of the supraorbital ridges.
Synonym(s): intercilium, mesophryon.
See also: antinion
[L. glabellus, hairless, smooth, dim. of glaber]

glabella

The normally hairless area between the inner ends of the eyebrows immediately above the nose. From the Latin glabellus , hairless.

glabella

anterior projection of forehead in region of eyebrows

glabella

1. A prominent area of the frontal bone situated above the root of the nose. 2. The skin between the eyebrows, which is usually hairless. Syn. intercilium.

gla·bel·la

(glă-bel'ă)
A smooth prominence, more marked in the male, on the frontal bone above the root of the nose.
Synonym(s): intercilium, mesophryon.
[L. glabellus, hairless, smooth, dim. of glaber]

glabella (gləbel´ə),

n the smooth, elevated area on the frontal bone between the supraorbital ridges; the most anterior point on the frontal bone.