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or·bi·tal

(ōr'bi-tăl),
Relating to the orbits.

or·bi·tal

(ōr'bi-tăl)
Relating to the orbits.

or·bi·tal

(ōr'bi-tăl)
Relating to the orbits.

orbital (ôr´bitəl),

adj pertaining to the orbit.
orbital exenteration,
n the surgical removal of the entire contents of the orbit.
orbital marker,
n a projecting part of a face-bow that marks the location of the orbitale. Used in the orientation of casts on an articulator in relation to cranial planes.
orbital plane,

orbital

pertaining to the eye socket.

orbital abscess
may be associated with orbital cellulitis. Can be caused by foreign bodies, wounds, tooth infection, or fractures. Clinical signs include protrusion of the globe, pain on opening of the mouth, and often edema of the eyelids.
orbital arteries
the external and internal ophthalmic arteries.
orbital gland
orbital index
the ratio of the height of the orbit to the width.
orbital ligament
the fibrous band which completes the lateral margin of the orbit in the cat, dog and other species which do not have a post-orbital bar; reaches from the frontal process of the zygomatic bone to the zygomatic process of the frontal bone.
orbital neoplasm
in dogs sarcoma and carcinoma common, multilobular osteoma occurs; in other species tumors uncommon except for metastatic lymphoma and cancer eye in cattle and to a lesser extent in horses.
orbital sinus bleeding
often the method of bleeding small rodents; the anesthetized rat or mouse is bled via a microhematocrit tube or pipette inserted through the medial canthus of the eye.
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Based on these observations it was concluded that solitary wave solutions of the double dispersion equation (1) are orbitally stable in each of the following three cases;
Notice that a complete metric space (X,d) is orbitally complete with respect to any self-mapping of X, and that a continuous mapping is always orbitally continuous.
Note that A is closed and convex, T is orbitally continuous and T0 = 0.
Moreover, the bifurcating periodic solutions are orbitally stable.
Metalock's recommendation was to orbitally machine the 1200mm diameter, 600mm long journal and remove sufficient material to clean up the shaft.
Consistency and uniformity are the most important elements of orbitally formed heads.
Also available are all-welded "Tri-clamp" connections, where the connection piece is orbitally welded directly to the measuring tube.
The numbers would have looked even better if we'd included related capital costs for meeting the client's internal standards for storing and distributing hydrogen gas, including cabinets, leak detectors, alarms, and orbitally welded stainless steel tubing.
Io, Europa, and Ganymede are currently orbitally locked together, with Callisto the outcast.
The cradle has a low voltage DC motor which rocks it orbitally.
Materials that can be orbitally formed include plastics, laminates, composites and other non-metallics, as well as metals.
Automatic flying cut-off saw mounted below table is orbitally operated and has a manually adjustable envelope.