superciliary


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su·per·cil·i·ar·y

(sū'pĕr-sil'ē-ār'ē),
Relating to or in the region of the eyebrow.
Synonym(s): supraciliary

superciliary

(so͞o′pər-sĭl′ē-ĕr′ē)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or being in the area of the eyebrow: the superciliary arch of the frontal bone.
2. Located over the eyebrow or the eye: a superciliary patch of color.

su·per·cil·i·ar·y

(sū'pĕr-sil'ē-ar-ē)
Relating to or in the region of the eyebrow.

superciliary

Pertaining to the eyebrow. Literally, situated above the eyelashes.
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The role of the superciliary approach in the surgical management of intracranial neoplasms.
Now, a modified anterior approach with removal of superciliary arch was followed.
Jallo G, Suk I, Bognar L: A superciliary approach for anterior cranial fossa lesions in children: Technical note.
Supraocular spine or at least an enlarged superciliary scale present 8 7' Neither supraocular spine or enlarged superciliary scale present Gonatodes albogularis 8.
In the same way the upper branches of the facial nerve were stimulated 2 cm anterior to the tragus lobe and the response recorded with a specific AMG probe (eye adapter) at the medial part of the superciliary arch.
Sometimes this landmark is defined with respect to the superciliary arch or to the supraorbital ridge.
3]), very similar to that of present day human populations; the skull in general is rounded and slender; the vertical forehead with few signs of muscular insertion, especially in the nuchal (nape) region: there is no continuous superciliary torus, but superciliary arches above each orbit; the mandible is slender, with a small chin and dentition.
Superciliary caused a 25-upset when coming from the rear to land the 2m11/2f handicap hurdle and reward backers who got on at the high of 150.
Ten morphological traits were measured on males and females: total tail length (TTL, cloaca to tip of tail); head length (HL, dorsal line front front tip of prenraxilla to back edge of parietal section of head); head width (HW, cheek region behind angle of jaws on one side to cheek region on other side); occipital horns length (OHL, front the base of these horns to tip); temporal horns length (THL1 and THL2, base to tip of these horns); superciliary scales length (SSL, base of these scales to tip); distance between the occipital horns (DOH, tip to tip of these horns); distance between superciliar scales (DSS, tip to tip of these scales); number of scales in the lateral fringe (SLF, total scales on left and right sides).
Superciliary madarosis was seen in 14 of the cases (48%).
48 times carapace length; anterior and superciliary carinae continuous, strong, granulose; anterior margin of carapace straight, rimmed with row of coarse granules, with < 10 macrosetae; linear array of 3-5 lateral eyes on each side, bordered with row of granules; central median carinae moderate, granulose; central lateral and posterior median carinae strong, granulose, fused into continuous keel; posterior margin of carapace rimmed with continuous row of granules, joined to posterior median carinae; lateral flanks of carapace steeply sloped; intercarinal areas studded with varying coarse to fine granulation.
Canthal iii was called the first superciliary by Taylor (1956), the first lateral supraocular (or canthal) by Myers (1973), and the anterior superciliary by Campbell and Camarillo (1994); West Indian researchers usually count this scale as a median supraocular.