zygomaticofrontal

zy·go·mat·i·co·fron·tal

(zī'gō-mat'i-kō-fron'tăl),
Relating to the zygomatic and frontal bones.
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zygomaticofrontal

(zī″gō-măt″ĭ-kō-frŏn′tăl)
Concerning the zygomatic bone and frontal bone of the face.
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zy·go·mat·i·co·fron·tal

(zīgō-mati-kō-frŏntăl)
Relating to zygomatic and frontal bones.
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The jugale (Ju) point was the most depressed point on the lateral surface of the zygoma, where the lateral margin of the zygomaticofrontal process met the upper margin of the zygomaticotemporal process.
(3) The most common cranial finding is a mass located at the zygomaticofrontal suture, as in our patient.
They found that the distances from the most lateral point on the zygomatic arch and the most lateral point of the zygomaticofrontal suture to the nasion and subnasale, which were used as midline landmarks in the study, were asymmetrical between left and right.
Axial bone window demonstrated bony thinning at the level of the zygomaticofrontal suture (Figure B).
(6) The most common locations are periorbital (zygomaticofrontal suture), nasal (frontonasal suture and rhinion), intraoral, scalp (anterior fontanelle and cranial sutures), and postauricular.
They typically include fractures of the zygomaticofrontal, zygomaticomaxillary, zygomaticotemporal, and zygomaticosphenoid buttresses.
The point of maximum breadth on the lateral wall of the eye orbit end of nasal the anterior tip or the Taylor 5 farthest point {it out} on (2001) the nasal bones euryon the two points on the Bass 9 opposite sides of the skull (1995) that form the termini of the lines of greatest breadth fossa canina hollow of variable extent White 6 located on the facial surface (2000) just below the infraorbital formamen, where the zygomatic, frontal, and alveolar processes of the maxilla come together frontal bony projection of the White 2 eminence ectocranial surface of the (2000) frontal bone frontotemporale the most medial point on the Bass 2 incurve of the temporal (1995) ridge, the points lie on the frontal bones just above the zygomaticofrontal suture.
With a nerve stimulator, the branches of the facial nerve on the nonparalyzed side were dissected; specific attention was directed at the zygomaticofrontal, buccal, and even marginal mandibular branches.
Additionally, there is a component of shared innervation between the main branches such that the buccal branch might actually contribute to the zygomaticofrontal region.