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nasal bone

[′nā·zəl ‚bōn]
(anatomy)
Either of two rectangular bone plates forming the bridge of the nose; they articulate with the frontal, ethmoid, and maxilla bones.
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Objective: The goal of our study was to compare physical examination with plain X-ray findings in patients with a suspected nasal bone fracture (NBF).
To measure foetal nasal bone length from the early gestational period (15 weeks) to full term (38 weeks).
Some conditions like septal hematoma and external deformity due to isolated fracture nasal bone must be identity earlier to protect from permanent nasal deformity.
Kang, "Morphometry of the nasal bones and piriform apertures in Koreans," Annals of Anatomy, vol.
Nevertheless, only one individual from Quitor 6 showed evidence of multiple trauma; a female with fractures of the nasal bones and the left parietal.
PHOENIX -- A woman's ethnic origin, age, weight, and diabetic status do not significantly affect the rate of growth or length of her fetus's nasal bones, Dr.
One of the authors, Miroslav Prokopec, was trained by Gerasimov's pupil and successor, Galina Lebedinskaya, in the method developed and used in Gerasimov's laboratory on reconstructing the nose shape on the basis of a skull with the nasal bones and the middle face skeletal part intact.
He took a heavy fall at the fourth-last hurdle, in which he broke his collarbone, nasal bones and front teeth, and sustained multiple facial lacerations.
The rectangular-shaped nasal bones articulate superiorly with the frontal bone and with each other in the midline.
CAT scans of the nasal bones from three species of dinosaurs provides some of the first clear, causal evidence that these ancient reptiles were cold-blooded.
Although in many therapsid fossils the nasal bones have frequently been dislocated as a result of dorsoventral compression of the nasal cavity, no evidence exists of such dislocation in GS M796.