infraorbital


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infraorbital

[¦in·frə′ȯr·bəd·əl]
(anatomy)
Located beneath the orbit.
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7 mm), and the nuccal and first lower infraorbital spine form soon after (Table 2).
Subsequently, it developed infraorbital swellings with abscess formation and fistulation.
Respecto de la prevalencia de los rasgos epigeneticos de los individuos relevados, considerando la division en norte y sur con referencia al rio Parana Guazu, la mayoria de los rasgos presenta frecuencias mayores al sur del Parana Guazu, con excepcion de la foramina infraorbital multiple y del hueso wormiano epipterico, que solo se encuentran presentes en el sector norte (Figura 2A).
Fusion of infraorbital bones also occurs in crossognathids, a feature regarded as an evidence of close relationships with pachyrhizodontoids by Taverne (1989), but as a trend present in parallel in both lineages by Cavin (2001).
5 times as long as tempora; gular sutures moderately separated, dilated basally; infraorbital carina incomplete; cervical carina forked.
Cephalic pore abbreviations are: SOP supraorbital pores, infraorbital pores, iOP interorbital pores.
General anaesthesia with a supplemental infraorbital nerve block is well documented in children.
Cephalic neuromasts: supraorbital 16-19, parietal 3-4, anterior rostral 1, posterior rostral 1, infraorbital 18-22, preorbital 1-2, otic 1-6, postotic 2-3, supratemporal 1, median opercular 1, ventral opercular 2, preopercular 18-23, mandibular 10-14, lateral mandibular 3-5.
The infraorbital foramen lies bilaterally in the maxillary bone, below the edge of orbital cavity.
Inclination of the infraorbital canal sutdied on dry skulls expresses the maxillary growth pattern: a new contribution to the understanding of change in inclination of ectopic canines during puberty.
The use of PFNS for treatment of craniofacial pain was first observed in the 1960's, when Wall and Sweet reported use of stimulation of infraorbital foramina for pain relief.