Onodi

O·no·di

(on'ŏ-dē),
Adolf, Hungarian laryngologist, 1857-1920. See: Onodi cell.
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"It's important to express openness in what you wear," said one of the models, Adel Onodi, 23, who became the first transgender woman to appear on the front cover of a Hungarian fashion magazine last year.
Posterior ethmoid cells may pneumatize the sphenoid bone posteriorly, giving rise to the Onodi cell.
Akos Onodi has joined the club and will link up with the academy at Bodymoor Heath.
Right posterior ethmoidectomy, sphenoidotomy, and draining the content in the Onodi cell (Figure 3) were performed and found whitish bloody mucoid discharge in the Onodi cell with dehiscence of the superior wall exposing the right optic nerve.
Onodi et al., "Isolation of exosomes from blood plasma: qualitative and quantitative comparison of ultracentrifugation and size exclusion chromatography methods," PLoS One, vol.
Onodi cell mucoceles are rare entities that can cause devastating ocular complications if not treated promptly.
Optic neuropathy and acute visual loss caused by an isolated mucocele of an Onodi cell have been reported.
Already fascinated by magic to the point of obsession, young Ehrich (Louis Mertens) begins performing rudimentary tricks on street corners and earning money from passers-by, which he brings home to his adored mother (Eszter Onodi, "Valami America'').
The mini's second half, meanwhile (after the most anticlimactic opening-night cliffhanger imaginable), focuses squarely on Houdini's determination to contact his beloved and departed mother (Eszter Onodi), leading to the war on mediums he conducted, branding them psychics and frauds.
(1,2) The term mucocele was first used by Rollet in 1896, and its histological examination was reported by Onodi in 1901.
Twelve areas were specifically looked at for anatomical variations (Table 1) including; Type of skull base, Anterior ethmoid artery, Agger nasi cells, Haller cells, asymmetry in anterior ethmoidal and onodi cells.