supraorbital


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Related to supraorbital: supraorbital foramen, Supraorbital Margin, supraorbital artery, supraorbital neuralgia, Supraorbital notch, supraorbital nerve

supraorbital

 [soo″prah-or´bĭ-tal]
above the orbit.

su·pra·or·bi·tal

(sū'pră-ōr'bi-tăl),
Above the orbit, either on the face or within the cranium; denoting numerous structures. See: canal, foramen, notch, nerve.

supraorbital

/su·pra·or·bi·tal/ (-or´bĭ-t'l) above the orbit.

supraorbital

(so͞o′prə-ôr′bĭ-tl)
adj.
Located above the orbit of the eye: the supraorbital ridge.

supraorbital

[so̅o̅′prə·or′bi·təl]
Etymology: L, supra, above + orbita, wheel track
superior to the orbit.

supraorbital

Situated above the bony eye cavern (orbit), as supraorbital artery, vein and nerve.

supraorbital

above the orbit.

supraorbital foramen
see supraorbital foramen.
supraorbital nerve block
the anesthetic agent is injected into the supraorbital foramen. Anesthesia is obtained in the middle of the upper eyelid and the palpebral nerve supply is blocked.
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The plates have traces of the middle pit-lines (mp) close at the end of the supraorbital sensory lines, and also posterolaterally directed posterior pitlines (pp), which continue on the paranuchal plates.
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The orbits are incomplete and the supraorbital margin is short in adults.
The probe was placed on the left prefrontal lobe approximately 3 cm from the midline of the forehead, just above the supraorbital ridge [13].
Palpating along the tender areas, I outlined the distribution of the right supraorbital nerve.
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The blink reflex was measured with surface electromyographic electrodes (EMG) from the lateral orbicularis oculi muscles bilaterally (20,21) after tapping the right and left supraorbital notches with a light hammer, which triggered a recording computer.
The facies is characterized by progressive coarsening of the facial features, along with hypertelorism, antimongoloid slanting of the palpebral fissures, prominent supraorbital ridges, short and anteverted nares, open mouth (in males), pouty lower lip, thick bulging chin, and protuberant ears.
In late 1999, Vadhana Subhavan and Somsak Pramankij, researchers from Thailand's Sood Sangvichien Prehistoric Museum and Laboratory, found four pieces of frontal bone, discovered to be 500,000 to 1 million years old, that are the upper part of a supraorbital ridge from a skull.
In addition to scalp and reference electrodes, electrodes are usually placed at supraorbital (i.
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