periorbital


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per·i·or·bi·tal

(per'ē-ōr'bi-tăl),
1. Relating to the periorbita.
2. Synonym(s): circumorbital

periorbital

[per′i·ôr′bitəl]
pertaining to the area surrounding the socket of the eye.

per·i·or·bi·tal

(per'ē-ōr'bi-tăl)
1. Relating to the periorbita.
2. Synonym(s): circumorbital.
[peri-, around, + L. orbita, + -al, adj. suffix]

periorbital (per´ēôr´bitəl),

adj surrounding the eyes. The periorbital soft tissues are easily contused and produce marked inflammatory responses to trauma.

periorbital

around the eye socket.

periorbital eczema
ovine staphylococcal dermatitis.
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Skull radiographs revealed lateral displacement of the left scleral ring and mild soft tissue swelling of the left periorbital region (Fig 1).
Thirty minutes after taking his first sildenafil pill, he experienced a typical cluster headache attack characterized by right periorbital and right-sided stabbing pain accompanied by redness and tearing of the right eye and right naris congestion.
After initiation of hydroxyzine and ranitidine, the episodes of angioedema decreased in severity, with less swelling of lips and periorbital tissues.
Hib asisinin yayginlasmasindan onceki donemlerde periorbital veya orbital selluliti olan ve onceden antibiyotik almamis cocuklarin kan kulturunde %25-33 kadar yuksek oranlarda ureme oldugu bildirilmistir, bu bakteriyemilerin %70-80 kadarindan Hib sorumlu tutulmustur (2).
Many people with very good skin nevertheless suffer from periorbital hyperchromia, also known as dark circles below the eyes.
Necrotizing fasciitis of the head and neck, particularly involving periorbital and orbital structures, is considered rare [1-4].
of California San Francisco) present a reference outlining specific techniques for performing injections of botulinum toxins in the head and neck for dystonias like blepharospasm; functional disorders like headaches, salivary gland disorders, and Frey's syndrome; and cosmetic applications like forehead and brow repositioning, periorbital rejuvenation, and treatment of facial paralysis and synkinesis.
Dysmorphic features included: soft skull, prominent eyes with periorbital fullness, blue sclerae, micro-retrognathia and short extremities.
The left eye had a partial ophthalmoplegia with a partial lateral rectus palsy, ptosis, proptosis, chemosis, and periorbital edema.
The device is indicated for the treatment of both periorbital and perioral wrinkles, according to Cynosure, which signed a multi-year funded cooperative development agreement with Unilever in June 2009.
She also considers tacrolimus in patients with periorbital skin lesions, where steroid atrophy is a particular concern.
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