infraorbital


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infraorbital

[¦in·frə′ȯr·bəd·əl]
(anatomy)
Located beneath the orbit.
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Univariate analyses of morphometric characters indicated that only interorbital width and the length of the first infraorbital pore exhibited significant differences between T.
The abnormalities were consistent with a branchial cyst with carcinoma and cervicocephalic air sac, subcutaneous, and infraorbital sinus metastases.
Fourteen days after presentation the macaw was anesthetized for trephination of the infraorbital sinuses.
Head pores minute, but typical of Myrichthys (McCosker 1977); five mandibular, two preopercular, single ethmoidal + 3 supraorbital, 4 + 2 infraorbital, three temporal and single interorbital and supratemporal pores; preopercular, temporal, suborbital, postorbital and other series present; single median interorbital and temporal pores; two preopercular pores; four mandibular pores; lateral line pores present, 10 before the gill openings, remainder too difficult to ascertain.
Endoscopic view of the infraorbital ethmoid cell (Haller cell).
27) Rare reports of cryptococcosis in pigeons (Columba livia) have described central nervous system signs, weight loss, dyspnea, (26,28) and an infraorbital sinus mass.
Posterior nasal pore slightly median to posterior nostril; median anterior interorbital pore just before eyes; median posterior interorbital above posterior margin of pupil; postorbital pore behind upper quarter of eye; infraorbital pore below and behind postorbital pore, behind and in line with upper margin of pupil; lateral canal pore above middle of preoperculum; terminal lateral canal pore above posterior preopercular margin; a long tube with pores at each end above operculum; three preopercular pores, upper in line with point just below middle of eye; middle pore midway between upper and lower pores.
Site of the primary tumor (N = 54) Site n (%) Midface 22 (41) Cheek 7 (13) Maxilla 7 (13) Infraorbital ridge 4 (7) Zygoma 3 (6) Philtrum 1 (2) Paranasal sinuses 19 (35) Maxillary sinus 12 (22) Ethmoid sinus 5 (9) Frontal sinus 1 (2) Sphenoid sinus 1 (2) Other 13 (24) External nose 9 (17) Nasal cavity 4 (7) Table 2.
The differential diagnoses for periorbital swelling include orbital cellulitis or abscess from an inflammatory or infectious disease process, trauma, orbital cyst, hypovitaminosis A with squamous metaplasia that involved the infraorbital sinus, and infiltrative or primary neoplasia.
Cephalic lateralis system comprising lachrymal with four pores; short, tubular first postlachrymal infraorbital with terminal pores, followed by long, tubular, curved infraorbital with median and terminal pores; short, tubular dermosphenotic with terminal pores; three pterotic pores, each shared with dermosphenotic, preorbital and lateral extrascapular; posttemporal with posterior external pore and internal opening to lateral extrascapular; medial extrascapular with terminal pores, ventral pore shared with lateral extrascapular; four dentary pores, posteriormost toward anguloarticular from which lateralis canal absent; six preopercular pores; three supraorbital pores; terminal nasal pores; and simple coronalis pore.
We present what we believe is a unique case of a myxoid liposarcoma in the infraorbital region, which arose in a 38-year-old man.
Abstract: Squamous cell carcinoma of the infraorbital sinus was diagnosed in a 5-year-old Solomon Island eclectus parrot (Eclectus roratus solomonensis) that presented with exophthalmos of the right globe and an ulcerative mass of 2-months duration at the right commissure of the beak.