infraorbital region

in·fra·or·bit·al re·gion

the facial region below the orbit and lateral to the nose on each side.
Synonym(s): regio infraorbitalis [TA]

in·fra·or·bit·al re·gi·on

(infră-ōrbi-tăl rējŭn) [TA]
Facial area below orbit of the eye and lateral to nose on each side.
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On the right flank, this oblique inguinal band barely reaches the middle of the flank; flanks are darker than dorsal ground color; infraorbital region is brown with little cream markings, similar as those on loreal region; a canthal dark brown band surrounds the snout from eye to snout.
We present what we believe is a unique case of a myxoid liposarcoma in the infraorbital region, which arose in a 38-year-old man.
Multisection spiral computed tomography was performed (Light Speed Pro 16, General Electrics, USA) of the area from infraorbital region to the base of mandible.
Primarily survey scanning of all area from infraorbital region to the base of mandible was done and the area of 1276x1276 mm was examined within slice thickness of 1.
Side of head and infraorbital region dark metallic blue with red dots.
Side of head metallic greenish blue with small red spots; infraorbital region yellow.
Side of head pale blue with small dark brown spots; infraorbital region pale yellow.
The swelling extended superiorly to the infraorbital region, inferiorly to the angle of the mouth, laterally to the malar bone, and medially to the ala of the left nostril, where it obliterated the left nasolabial fold.
Persistent disease was found in the right infraorbital region and right eye.
A 15-year-old girl came to the outpatient department with a 3-month history of a discharging sinus in the left infraorbital region.
Other reported manifestations of the secondary affliction are paresthesia of the mental and infraorbital regions or unilateral decreased sensation to pinprick in all three divisions of the fifth cranial nerve.
Extensive communication with branches of the trigeminal nerve occurs in the perioral and infraorbital regions.