infraorbital


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Related to infraorbital: infraorbital artery, transthoracic, macrocephalus, infraorbital foramen, infraorbital canal, infraorbital nerve block

in·fra·or·bit·al

(in'fră-ōr'bi-tăl),
Below or beneath the orbit.
Synonym(s): suborbital

infraorbital

/in·fra·or·bi·tal/ (-or´bĭ-t'l) suborbital; under, or on the inferior surface of, the orbit.

infraorbital

[in′frə·ôr′bitəl]
Etymology: L, infra, below, orbita, wheeltrack
pertaining to the area beneath the floor of the bony cavity in which the eyeball is located.

infraorbital

adjective Referring to a structure or space below the orbit of the eye.

infraorbital

Lying below the ORBIT.

in·fra·or·bit·al

(in'fră-ōr'bi-tăl)
Denotes below or beneath the orbit of the eye.

infraorbital

lying under or on the floor of the orbit.

infraorbital nerve block
can be used for surgery about the upper lip and the nostrils. It requires locating the nerve where it emerges from the infraorbital foramen.
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0% HL; upper jaw extending anteriorly slightly beyond lower; first infraorbital pore large, length 3.
5 cm) that extended laterally along the ventrolateral bony orbit and caudal to the globe, replacing the retro-orbital tissue and filling the infraorbital and postorbital diverticula of the right infraorbital sinus (2 X 1.
Cephalic neuromasts: supraorbital 3-4 + 4, parietal 2, anterior rostral 1, posterior rostral 1, infraorbital 1 + 2 + 12-13 + 1, preorbital 3, otic 1, postotic 2, supratemporal 1, median opercular 1, ventral opercular 2, preopercular 2 + 6-7, mandibular 5 + 2, lateral mandibular 3-5.
Nicodemus HF, Ferrer MJR, Critobal VC, et al: Bilateral infraorbital block with 0.
rossi clearly belongs in Psednos rather than Paraliparis because it has the other generic characters of Psednos (Chernova, 2001); particularly, its sensory canal system and pores are of Psednos type, having an interrupted infraorbital canal behind the eye.
Results of CT showed a large volume of soft-tissue attenuating material within the infraorbital sinus, and the preorbital diverticula were expanded bilaterally.
In birds, the interconnection of the nasal cavity, infraorbital sinuses, and porous calvaria allows inflammatory processes of the sinuses or nasal passages to spread to most of the anatomic structures of the head.
The infraorbital fissure was involved on the right side.
8 in orbit diameter; cephalic sensory system consisting of nine infraorbital pores, two supraocular pores, five occipital pores, single mid-interorbital pore, four small pores around nostril area, four mandibular pores, and five preopercular pores.
However, we found no evidence of frank orbital invasion or compression of the infraorbital nerve.
1 + 3, and the infraorbital pores are expressed as pores along the upper jaw + those in vertical part of canal behind eye (the "postorbital pores"), i.