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ethmoidal

 [eth-moi´dal]
pertaining to the ethmoid bone.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

eth·moi·dal

(eth-moy'dăl),
Resembling a sieve.
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eth·moid

(eth'moyd) [TA]
1. Resembling a sieve.
2. Relating to the ethmoid bone.
Synonym(s): ethmoidal.
[G. ēthmos, sieve, + eidos, resemblance]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

eth·moi·dal

(eth-moy'dăl)
Resembling a sieve.
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Additionally, osseous destructive change and associated low T2 signal soft tissue involving the right anterior sphenoid sinus and adjacent ethmoidal septa was noted.
[4] Bolger et al reported this pneumatisation in 53% of the sinus patients, as an extension of the anterior air cells (55%) or posterior (45%) ethmoidal air cells.
in 2003 postulated four criteria for poor visual prognosis in ITON: loss of consciousness, blood in ethmoidal air sinuses, absence of improvement of VA after 48 hours of starting steroid therapy, and age above 40 years.
Caption: FIGURE 1: (a) Cranial X-ray showed a fragment of a dagger located intraorbitally in the superior and nasal quadrant and intracranially in the ethmoidal sinus in left site (including ruler for measurement).
The AN cells were defined as the anterior ethmoidal cells pneumatized from the frontal recess, as previously defined by Messerklinger (4).
CT of the brain and paranasal sinuses showed a solid lesion affecting the ethmoidal cells, nasal cavity, and right sphenoid sinus and extending as far as the floor of the sella turcica on the right side, causing erosion; there were no signs of pituitary involvement.
The right maxillary and anterior ethmoidal sinus are opacified and the peripheral mucosa thickened.
Frontal herniations are shown to be accompanied with osseous deformities in nasal conchae and ethmoidal bones (Ohba et al., 2008).
1): In this stage, elements of three regions of the chondrocranium are observed: the anterior ethmoidal region, the intermediate orbitotemporal region, and the posterior occipital region (Table 1).
The origin of the orbital mucocele was frontal sinus in 6 patients (54.5%), ethmoidal sinus in 3 patients (27.3%), and maxillary sinus in 2 patients (18.2%).
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.