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transorbital

(trăns-or′bĭ-tăl) [″ + orbita, track]
Passing through the orbit of the eye.

transorbital

performed through the bony socket of the eye.
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5) The case presented here is an additional example of a transorbital brain injury with an unremarkable CT scan.
Acute carotid-cavernous fistula with retained knife blade after transorbital stab wound.
Transorbital penetrating brain injury secondary to a non-projectile foreign body is a rare incident.
Freeman did not invent the transorbital lobotomy, but certainly made it popular.
Tan sencilla parecia la tecnica transorbital que en los anos 40, Freeman postulo que no requeria especiales cuidados de asepsia, y podia ser realizada por psiquiatras (no cirujanos), en cualquier lugar (no necesariamente un quirofano) en un tiempo no mayor a 15 minutos, con lo cual se llego a masificar este procedimiento llegando realizarse miles de estas intervenciones en los Estados Unidos.
Transorbital keyhole approach to anterior communicating artery aneurysms.
Missiles, transorbital and suborbital, are simply not in the technical-tactical frame to compete with airlift.
Endoscopic sphenoethmoidectomy is a less invasive and less morbid approach to removing lesions of the orbital apex than are traditional surgical approaches such as transcranial and transorbital procedures.
He operated on as many as five patients an hour, and on one memorable day he performed 25 transorbital lobotomies.
As the quack doe pushing transorbital lobotomies intones, "To pursue forgetfulness is to pursue happiness.
And in June 2003 a California company, TransOrbital, intends to launch the first private mission to the moon.