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glabella

[glə′bel·ə]
(anatomy)
The bony prominence on the frontal bone joining the supraorbital ridges.
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There are two muscles responsible for glabellar wrinkles: the procerus muscle contracts down toward the medial edge of the muscle and causes horizontal lines in the glabella, while the corrugator superciliaris muscle pulls down and in toward the medial end of the muscle, thus creating vertical lines in the area.
Anteroposterior Dimension (APD): The maximum length of the cranial diameter from the glabella to the external occipital protuberance is measured using a spreading calliper.
1 Nasofrontal angle (115-1300): it is formed by drawing a line tangent to glabella through the nasion that will intersect a line drawn tangent to nasal dorsum.
According to the line, the positions on the forehead were recorded, above glabella, glabella, between glabella and root of nose, below the root of nose [Figure 1].
Dermatologic evaluation showed madarosis, thickening of the glabella, and 8 large annular plaques.
The length of the skull is the distance from the glabella (the midpoint between the eyebrows) and the most projecting point at the back of the head (inion).
For recording ear position, a line was drawn passing through the glabella parallel to the interpupillary line.
Anti-wrinkle treatments contain a protein that stops neurotransmitters sending messages to the particular muscle that has been injected, for example the glabella muscle between the eyes.
Pierolapithecus displays a low face with a posteriorly-situated glabella and a prognathous profile, coupled with a modern, great-ape-like facial configuration (Moya-Sola et al.
Starting as early as the age of 30, folds, furrows and creases characteristics of these lines are mainly located in the forehead and glabella.