Measurements of the skull of local Mizo pig (lateral view) showing length of premaxilla (Lpm), height of premaxilla (Hpm), length of maxilla (Lma), height of maxilla (Hma), length of zygomatic (Lzy), height of zygomatic (Hzy), length of lacrimal (Lla), height of lacrimal (Hla), height of the skull with mandible (Hskm), length of skull (Lsk), nasal bone
(Na), frontal bone (Fr), palatine (Pa), occipital bone (Oc) and temporal bone (Te).
In adults facial fractures, nasal bones
fractures are considered to be more than 50%.5 Blunt trauma due to road traffic accidents, sports related injury, or physical quarrel are the most common cause of midface injuries and of nasal bone
The usefulness of airway tube Merocel (R) on treatment of nasal bone
In our tertiary hospital, patients with nasal bone
trauma are principally admitted to the trauma and emergency department.
Conclusion: Fetal nasal bone
length at high percentiles in the first trimester of pregnancy may aid in the prediction of adverse outcomes such as preterm labour, preterm premature rupture of membranes and oligohydramnios.
Nuchal fold thickness, nasal bone
absence or hypoplasia, ductus venosus reversed flow and tricuspid valve regurgitation in screening for trisomies 21, 18 and 13 in the early second trimester.
of Patients Hypertension 22 Fracture nasal bone
+ maxilla 15 Deviated nasal septum 4 Rhinosporidiosis 2 Idiopathic 2 Rhinolith 1 Sinusitis 1 Malignant melanoma 1 Pleomorphic adenoma 1 Juvenile active ossifying fibroma 1 Fig.
Radiographic Measurements: Measuring the Nasal Bone
and Pyriform Aperture.
This open approach allowed visualization of the cartilaginous and bony vault to facilitate accurate dissection of nasal pocket overlying the lower lateral cartilages, septal cartilage, and nasal bones
. The columella and nasal skin flap were raised at supraperichondrial and supraperiosteal level without interfering with the underlying perichondrium and periosteum, respectively.
Because of its resorption characteristics, aesthetic results and easy extraction, the calvarial bone graft occupies an increasingly important place in the indications for nasal bone
The mandible is the second most commonly fractured facial bone in children, after nasal bone
The flap is advanced to the defect without any tension and anchored with two absorbable (polyglactin 3/0) sutures to the maxillary and nasal bone
periosteum to avoid loss of nasofacial sulcus and lower eyelid retraction.