orbital region

or·bi·tal re·gion

[TA]
the region about the orbit.
Synonym(s): regio orbitalis [TA]
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Among their topics are the structural and functional anatomy of the orbital region, requirements for surgery and basic operative techniques, ptosis operation in combination with upper lid blepharoplasty, basic principles of ablative fractional carbon-dioxide laser skin resurfacing, and post-operative complications.
A high index of suspicion must be maintained for infection by saprophytic fungi in diabetic patients with no growth on bacterial culture, AFB negativity, ill-defined granulomas on microscopy and no response to antibacterial therapy even in rare sites like face and orbital region.
The researchers found that on young worlds the Habitable Zone -- the orbital region where water can be liquid on the surface of a planet and where signals of life in the atmosphere can be detected with telescopes -- turns out to be located further away from the young stars these worlds orbit than previously thought.
Frontal sinus mucoceles often occur as soft, painless mass in the superonasal and superior orbital region.
Astronomers believe they fill up the star's "habitable zone" - the orbital region just the right distance away to permit mild temperatures and liquid water.
A pair of so-called "super-Earths" have been detected within the "habitable zone" of the star, the orbital region where temperatures are just warm enough to allow bodies of surface water such as oceans and lakes.
A farm of meat turkeys was affected by a condition, clinically characterized by unilateral inflammation of the orbital region and progressive crossing of the beak, observed in 3 successive flocks in 2010.
The clinical presentation of metastases to the orbital region depends on the structures affected.
In August 2008 a recurrent tumour in the left orbital region and a second tumour in the suprasellar area were found, diagnosed again as a relapse of the same initial tumour.
Progressive ptosis of the left eye, swelling of the left orbital region with diplopia, and anesthesia developed after 3 cycles of chemotherapy.
Of these, 54 lie within the "Goldilocks zone" - the orbital region just far enough from the parent star to allow perfect conditions for liquid surface water and possibly life.