subperiosteal


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subperiosteal

 [sub″per-e-os´te-al]
beneath the periosteum.

sub·per·i·os·te·al

(sŭb'per-ē-os'tē-ăl),
Beneath the periosteum.

subperiosteal

(sŭb′pĕr-ē-ŏs′tē-əl)
adj.
Beneath the periosteum: subperiosteal tooth implants.

sub·per·i·os·te·al

(sŭb-per'ē-os'tē-ăl)
Beneath the periosteum.
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In our study, subperiosteal abscess developed as a complication in 3 patients.
The key to a medial release technique is to always remain subperiosteal during the exposure and release.
A revision was performed on the first postoperative day, and the intraoperative findings showed the posterior migration of the internal receiver due to a wide subperiosteal pocket.
Surgical treatment of subperiosteal abscess of the orbit: Sendai's ten-year experience.
Radiographs of the forearm, legs, and hands showed periosteal irregularity in the distal of radius and tibia, subperiosteal resorption on the radial side of proximal phalynges of the 3rd and 4th fingers of both hands.
Ewing's sarcoma is similar to Garre's osteomyelitis in terms of the subperiosteal bone formation and appearance in young people.
Enzer, "Medical management versus surgical intervention of pediatric orbital cellulitis: the importance of subperiosteal abscess volume as a new criterion," Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, vol.
Our incision is slightly beveled anteriorly, and subgaleal dissection is carried out to the midportion of the forehead where we then transition to a subperiosteal dissection.
Tissue damage is mostly minor, such as subconjunctival hemorrhage, but in severe cases it might be more significant, such as subperiosteal hemorrhage which requires surgical intervention.
A subperiosteal abscess is reported to be the most common form and is usually observed in children with poorly pneumatized mastoid bones.[sup][1] Luc's abscess is reported to be the most common subperiosteal abscess in children.
Conclusion: Subperiosteal abscess of the frontal bone is an extremely rare complication of frontal sinusitis.
(9.) Lisovaya IG, Russiyskiy PV (2014) Prevention of complications in surgical stage of subperiosteal implantation in patients with multiple and total tooth loss.