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glabella

[glə′bel·ə]
(anatomy)
The bony prominence on the frontal bone joining the supraorbital ridges.
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Glabella about 80% as long as wide and 60% as wide as the cephalon, extending to the cephalic border, densely covered with irregularly arranged coarse tubercles gradually decreasing in size anterior to palpebral lobes; lateral sides of glabella accentuated by a single row of small tubercles following the axial furrows; maximum glabellar width at the anterior termination of axial furrows; transverse profile of the glabella strongly vaulted; sagittal profile evenly convex, more strongly curved between the anterior termination of palpebral lobes and the anterior border.
The objective of the Glabella Project is to create an easy-to-use system to help people suffering from conditions like hypertension, which requires continuous blood pressure monitoring outside of a hospital setting.
Injection necrosis of the glabella: protocol for prevention and treatment after use of dermal fillers.
After performing a morphometric analysis on a set of 116 cranial landmarks, Nikita (2012) concluded that age did not have a significant effect on overall cranial shape or landmarks specific to glabella, nuchal crest, or mastoid process.
darlingtoni y Desmopachria glabella, todas endemismos cubanos (Cuadro 5).
HC was measured between the glabella, anteriorly and along the most prominent point posteriorly by the crossover technique, measured over the parietal eminence.
Well-known examples of craniometric points used, included the pterion, asterion, vertex of the skull, the lambda stephanion glabella and the opisthion.
Movement of his head during standing was measured using an accelerometer attached to the glabella for 10 s at three time points: before, during, and after tDCS.
(1) Nasofrontal angle (G-N-Prn): the angle between the tangent lines on the nasal bridge and the glabella. (2) Nasomental angle: formed by the intersection of a line drawn between the nasion point (N), the pronasale point, and another line running from the point nasion (N) to the pogonion point (Pog).
The male brow and forehead are typically more pronounced, especially in the glabella and superior orbital rim regions [2-4].
The face is divided roughly into thirds: upper third from hairline to glabella, middle third from glabella to subnasal, and lower third from subnasal to menton.
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