inferomedial

inferomedial

[in′fərōmē′dē·əl]
Etymology: L, inferus, lower, medius, middle
pertaining to a location situated below and toward the center.
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Orbital apex syndrome associated with fractures of the inferomedial orbital wall.
La fascitis plantar (FP) o tambien llamada "talalgia plantar" es una patologia dolorosa del retropie localizada en la parte inferomedial del talon y suele ser la causa mas frecuente de dolor en esta region en la poblacion adulta.
Those in the superior portion of the supravesical fossa usually result in external hernias, while those arising in the inferomedial part may become lodged in the prevesical space of Retzius to form an internal hernia.
This is caused by fusion of the inferomedial border of the talus with the sustentaculum tali.
5 mm cystic mass, also located in the inferomedial aspect of the orbit, which was surgically excised with cyst capsule intact.
Using this coordinate system, we statistically analyzed the coordinates of the inferomedial point of the transverse-sigmoid sinus junction (IMTS) of forty adult skull samples.
5 cm originating from the inferomedial surface of the right side of the body of the mandible and another osteoma on the left ramus of the mandible measuring about 0.
Computed tomography (CT) of the orbits showed a large osseous lesion extending into the right nasal cavity and right inferomedial orbit with significant lateral displacement of the globe, consistent with a large naso-orbital osteoma (figure 1).
3, 4, 6) The middle geniculate artery is the primary blood supply; however, there are also minor contributions from the inferomedial and inferolateral geniculate arteries.
An anterior temporal lobectomy with partial resection of the superior temporal gyrus and sparing of the mesial structures was completed to remove all intraparenchymal tumor and expose the portion invasive throughthe skullbaseatthe inferomedial triangle betweenV 1 and V2.