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sphenoid

 [sfe´noid]
1. wedge-shaped.
2. pertaining to the sphenoid bone; see anatomic Table of Bones in the Appendices.

sphe·noi·dal

(sfē-noy'dăl),
1. Relating to the sphenoid bone.
2. Wedge-shaped.
Synonym(s): sphenoid (1) [TA]

sphe·noi·dal

(sfē-noy'dăl)
1. Relating to the sphenoid bone.
2. Wedge-shaped.
Synonym(s): sphenoid (1) .

sphenoidal

pertaining to the sphenoid bone.
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Thus, the roots of the greater sphenoidal wing corresponding to these foramina were included in the PPS roof.
The interplanum sphenoidal suture showed signs of early fusion by 3 months in 168 cases (84%) and grade 4 level of fusion at the age of 5 years in all cases.
Type I (frontal extended FLA): A Type I FLA was performed for lesions that invaded the olfactory groove, sphenoidal platinum, and the third ventricle.
Chalcopyrite is found throughout most of the mineral horizons at the Braen quarry as brassy sphenoidal crystals ranging in size from 1 to 12 mm.
We report a patient with pituitary abscess due to sphenoidal sinusitis, presented with anterior pituitary insufficiency which was diagnosed preoperatively.
She was promptly submitted to further evaluation, evidencing a discrete increase in the pneumoventricle on brain CT, and confirming a planum sphenoidal meningocele on skull base fine cuts CT (Figure 2).
The four segments of the MCA namely, sphenoidal (MI), insular (M2), opercular (M3) and the cortical (M4) segments were first identified.
Cholesterol granuloma of the petrous apex and sphenoidal sinus: a case report.
Sphenoidal electrodes are fine wires that are placed using a guide needle inserted under the zygomatic arch.
If the patient had big frontal and sphenoidal sinus, the main concern of postoperative complication was cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leakage.
The optic nerve and other important structures in the anterior skull base can be involved in chronic sphenoidal sinus disease.
Paranasal sinus mucopyoceles are commonly located in the frontal and anterior ethmoidal region and infrequently in the posterior ethmoidal, sphenoidal and maxillary area.