crista galli


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crista

 [kris´tah] (pl. cris´tae) (L.)
cris´tae cu´tis dermal ridges.
crista gal´li a thick, triangular process projecting upward from the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone.

cris·ta gal·li

[TA]
the triangular midline process of the ethmoid bone extending superiorly from the cribriform plate; it gives anterior attachment to the falx cerebri.
[L. cockscomb]

cris·ta gal·li

(kris'tă gal'ē) [TA]
The triangular midline process of the ethmoid bone extending superiorly from the cribriform plate; it gives anterior attachment to the falx cerebri.
[L. cockscomb]
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The crista galli is an important surgical boundary for the endoscopic transcribriform approach (Lee et al.).
In the study of Manea & Mladina, pneumatization of crista galli was found in 30.1% of chronic rhinosinusit patients.
In our study, sinus crista galli was found at low rates in adult and pediatric age group.
La incidencia del sinus crista galli en ninos y adultos; Un estudio de tomografia computarizada.
RESUMEN: El area de neumatizacion en la crista galli del etmoides se puede denominar sinus crista galli (SCG).
PALABRAS CLAVE: Sinus crista galli; Anatomia; Tomografia computarizada.
The anatomo-radiological study of unusual extrasinusal pneumatizations: superior and supreme turbinate, crista galli process, uncinate process.
KEY: Anterior (A); Posterior (P); Superior (S); Inferior (I); Intersinus Septum (IS); Crista Galli (CG); Clivus (C); Sella Turcica (ST)
KEY: Anterior (A); Posterior (P); Superior (S); Inferior (I); Intrasinus Septum/Septa (IntrS/Sa); Optic Nerve (ON); Crista Galli (CG); Clivus (C); Sella Turcica (ST)
Pneumatization of crista galli in pre-adult and adult stages.
Number of crista galli pneumatizations according to age group and sex.