infratemporal


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in·fra·tem·po·ral

(in'fră-tem'pŏ-răl),
Below the temporal fossa.

infratemporal

(ĭn″fră-tĕm′pō-răl) [″ + temporalis, pert. to the temple]
Below the temporal fossa of the skull.

infratemporal

Below the temporal region of the skull. Below the TEMPORAL FOSSA.
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Mouth opening had a slight improvement (28 mm of interincisal distance) and CT showed infratemporal fossa without foreign body fragments (Figure 5).
(c) To avoid injuries, the implantation route should not go through the orbit wall to avoid eye ball injuries, or go through the infratemporal fossa to avoid interfering infratemporal space.
Nadir gorulen bir komplikasyon olan infratemporal fossa absesi tani koyulmasi zor bir durumdur.
The inferior alveolar neurovascular bundle is of importance in view of the many invasive procedures performed in the infratemporal region.
During our routine dissection classes for undergraduate medical students, we observed neurovascular variations in the infratemporal fossa.
A final clinical diagnosis of temporal bone osteomyelitis complicated by infratemporal abscess coexisting with mastoiditis and necrotizing external otitis was made on the basis of medical signs and imaging data.
During exposure, a firm and encapsulated tumor invasive through the temporal bone was encountered below the temporalis muscle (Figure 2(a)), which was debulked extracranially throughout infratemporal fossa and dissected off the periorbita, isolating the intracranial components (Figure 2(b)).
Known to affect the following sites in preference anterior neck, infratemporal fossa, oral cavity, hypopharynx, larynx, parotid gland and Parapharyngeal space.3,4
(1) Exclusion criteria for surgery include invasion of the cavernous sinus, orbital apex, or brain, or extensive disease of the infratemporal fossa.
These sites include the middle ear, mastoid, ear canal, oral cavity, paranasal sinuses and infratemporal fossa.
Chattopadhyay, "Infratemporal fossa myoepithelial carcinoma--a rare case report," Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
This structure is located on the exocranial surface of the greater wing of the bone, specifically in relation to the infratemporal crest, separating the horizontal from the vertical portion of the greater wing.

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