Medial wall


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Medial wall

The middle bone, or wall of the eye's orbit. It is generally thicker than the roof and floor walls.
Mentioned in: X Rays of the Orbit
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A nonparametric local-linear regression model was used to analyze correspondence between both raw and logged current density distributions in the eye, medial walls of the occipital lobe and the remainder of the occipital lobe, and subject ratings.
(a) Hypertrophy of pulmonary vessel wall by H&E staining (Olympus BX 51, Japan, x400); (b) the muscularization of pulmonary arteries by EVG staining; (c) the percentage of medial wall thickness in different groups (Olympus BX 51, Japan, x400); (d) muscularization degree of pulmonary arteries in different groups.
There was also a significant difference between group 15 and group 15P regarding medial wall fracture (P = 0.002) and canal penetration (P = 0.001).
In the literature, bleeding from the nasal cavity occurs if there is extensive damage to the lacrimal sac mucosa or mucosa of the nasal septum,7.10 Orbital injury, especially when too much of the soft tissue is removed while removing the medial wall of the lacrimal sac,7 recurrent infection if the bone covering the lower part of lacrimal sac is not removed completely7 are the complications of endonasal DCR.
The proximal-medial sensor was placed at the proximal termination of the medial wall of the socket to remain within the rigid frame and then extended distal 20 cm.
Laser is used to open the medial wall of the nasal cavity and the underlying bony structures passing through the nasal mucosa to the nasal cavity.
An anti protrusio cage can be used to reconstruct a severe medial wall deficiency.
The superior oblique's (SO) anatomical origin is at the apex of the orbit, outside the annulus of Zinn, from where it travels forwards parallel to the medial wall. At the anterior medial corner of the orbit it passes through the trochlea before reflecting back to fan out and insert into the globe behind the equator, underneath the SR muscle.
"There was what the doctors describe as a blow-out fracture of the right eye socket and a fracture through the medial wall of the orbit.
The test was restricted to three areas of the sinus: Bulla Ethmoidalis, Middle Turbinate and Medial Wall of Maxillary sinus.
Blow out fractures of the orbit most commonly involve the floor and or medial wall. (2)
The precuneus, which is located in the posterior portion of the brain's medial wall, has traditionally received little attention in the neuroimaging and neuropsychological literatures.