subnasal


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sub·na·sal

(sŭb-nā'săl),
Under the nose.

subnasal

(sŭb-nā′zl) [″ + nasus, nose]
Under the nose.
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Diferencia < 2 % 20 (35,7) * 36 (64,3) 0,001 Diferencia 2-5 % 25 (71,4) 10 (28,6) Diferencia > 5 % 15 (78,9) 4 (21,1) Relacion subnasal ala nasal izq./der.
Extra-oral examination showed a mild eminence of the subnasal area and excessive, elastic and firm, non-tender lips.
Naso-labial Angle (NLA): It corresponds to the angle whose vertex is the subnasal point, lying in a tangent line to the nasal tip and another tangent line to the upper lip (Fig.
Para determinar cuantos ninos presentaban limitacion de movimiento y desviacion mandibular en el momento de realizar la apertura y el cierre de la boca se uso un dentimetro colocado verticalmente en la region subnasal lo que permitio fijar la presencia de los signos descritos y la magnitud del desplazamiento.
The subnasal is abnormal in three of 88 (1-2 in one, fused with anterior canthal on one side of two).
The face is divided roughly into thirds: upper third from hairline to glabella, middle third from glabella to subnasal, and lower third from subnasal to menton.
During the 6-month postoperative period, she had frequent episodes of nasal bleeding, pain, subnasal swelling, a sense of "blockage," and "ethmoidal sinusitis." She was prescribed multiple doses of antibiotics during these periods.