supraorbital


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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

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

supraorbital

Situated above the bony eye cavern (orbit), as supraorbital artery, vein and nerve.
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The appropriate distribution of pain for successful SOS follows the supraorbital nerve from just below the supraorbital rim up to the vertex, out to the lateral aspect of the frontal scalp, and from the anterior temporal scalp to the midline.
6, A and B): Closely covering thoracic somites; one pair of supraorbital, antennal and pterygostomial spines, 10 anteroventral and three posteroventral spines on each marginal side; rostrum long with one dorsomedian rostral tooth.
The upper third of the face consists of the frontal bone, the temporal bone, the frontal sinuses or glabella, the supraorbital ridge and the roof of the orbits.
The supratrochlear, supraorbital, zygomaticotemporal, auriculotemporal, greater and lesser occipital nerves were blocked using the technique described by Pinosky et al.
It at times also communicates with the supraorbital artery to supply the forehead.
Supraorbital nerve block along with local infiltration of anaesthetic was effective and sufficient to perform eyelid laceration repair without any difficulties.
However, supraorbital stimulation led to more widespread responses in areas such as muscles of upper and lower extremities.
Chentanez, "Anatomical variations of the supraorbital, infraorbital, and mental foramina related to gender and side," Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
The axial scalp flap based on the supraorbital vessels or any other vessel allows for a big chunk of scalp tissue to be mobilized and either rotated or transposed to cover defects.
A soft mass 1.5 mm in diameter could be palpated at the medial aspect of the left supraorbital margin.
Moreover, Romani et al .[sup][9] reported the experiences of using FLA, which was called as a lateral supraorbital approach, in 52 patients with tuberculum meningioma in 2012.