orbitale


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or·bi·ta·le

(ōr'bi-tā'lē),
In cephalometrics, the lowermost point in the lower margin of the bony orbit that may be palpated under the skin.
[L. of an orbit]

orbitale

/or·bi·ta·le/ (or″bĭ-ta´le) the lowest point on the inferior edge of the orbit.

orbitale

[ôrbitā′lē]
Etymology: L, orbitalis, pertaining to the orbit
an anthropometric landmark, the lowest point on the inferior margin of the orbit.

or·bi·ta·le

(ōr-bi-tā'lē)
cephalometrics The lowermost point in the lower margin of the bony orbit that may be felt under the skin.
[L. of an orbit]

or·bi·ta·le

(ōr-bi-tā'lē)
cephalometrics the lowermost point in the lower margin of the bony orbit that may be felt under the skin.
[L. of an orbit]

orbitale (ôr´bital´ē),

n the lowest point in the margin of the orbit (directly below the pupil when the eye is open and the patient is looking straight ahead) that may readily be felt under the skin. The eye-ear plane passes through the orbitale and tragion.
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Helcogramma microstigma si distingue dalle altre due specie per il profilo del capo di 67[degrees]-72[degrees] (circa 60[degrees] nelle altre due specie), un lungo cirro orbitale (corto e triangolare nelle altre due specie) e un complesso di micromelanofori sul dorso all'estremita della seconda e della terza pinna dorsale dei maschi maturi (assenti nelle altre due specie).