vidian

vid·i·an

(vid'ē-ăn),
Named after or described by Vidius.
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2014), stated that the extent of sinus pneumatization may affect the bone covering the carotid arteries and optic, maxillary and vidian nerves making them susceptible to injury.
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Parasympathetic nerve supply from superior salivatory nucleus via vidian nerve and sympathetic nerve supply from superior cervical chain.
Expanded endonasal approach: vidian canal as a landmark to the petrous internal carotid artery.
Among the topics are imaging in endoscopic sinus surgery, sphenopalatine artery ligation and vidian neurectomy, the endoscopic resection of pituitary tumors, the anatomy of the sphenoid and adjacent structures of importance during skull base surgery, and endoscopic surgery of the cranocervical junction.
44) Collateral supply can occur via the artery of the foramen rotundum, the vidian and ascending pharyngeal arteries, as well as communications between the facial, sphenopalatine and ophthalmic arteries.
Bilateral transnasal vidian neurectomy in the management of chronic rhinitis.
He is survived by his daughters, Carolyn Dianne Jefts Roe of Poinciana, Florida and her husband, Vidian Roe, III and Sandra Lee Gillis of Westborough and her husband, John L.
The two inconstant branches of the petrous ICA are the caroticotympanic and vidian arteries, which are clinically significant because they can provide collateral flow from the external carotid artery in the presence of an ICA occlusion.
1) They are thought to arise because of developmental weaknesses in the arterial wall of the sites of origin of regressed embryonic arteries including the carotido-tympanic, pterygoid, vidian and stapedial arteries or the hyoid vessel.
CT and MRI scans demonstrated a palatal mass with base of tongue involvement and extension into the pterygomaxillary fissure, pterygopalatine fossa and vidian canal leading to the cranial base.
We found the following prevalence of intrasphenoid projections: Optic nerve in 38%, maxillary nerve in 28% and vidian nerve in 34%.