infraorbital


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infraorbital

[¦in·frə′ȯr·bəd·əl]
(anatomy)
Located beneath the orbit.
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In addition, they also noted the location of the terminal segment of CS and made measurements of the diameter of the canal at two points: where it branches from the infraorbital canal, and where it ends.
The wall of the infraorbital sinus was also included in the biopsy, with no abnormalities observed (Figs 4 and 5).
It is possible to assert the presence of eighth canals: the preopercular canal (PR), the mandibular canal (MD), the supraorbital canal (SO), infraorbital canal (IO), otic canal (OT), post-otic canal (PO), supratemporal canal (ST) and temporal canal (T).
En esta seccion, el HYO se ramifica anteriormente, dando origen al canal supraorbital (SO) y corre a traves del espacio que existe entre el ojo y el espiraculo, dando origen al canal infraorbital (IO).
"Juvéderm Voluma XC has a high patient satisfaction profile and an acceptable safety profile for the correction of infraorbital hollowing," the authors write.
Regional anesthesia of the infraorbital and inferior alveolar nerves during noninvasive tooth pulp stimulation in halothane-anesthetized cats.
The most common presenting symptoms of SCC of the gingivobuccal complex are ulceration, pain and mass in the oral cavity (in all cases) followed by trismus (80%), neck swelling (53.33%), loose teeth (50%), dysphagia (40%), otalgia (36.67%), lingual paraesthesia (30%), infraorbital paraesthesia (23.33%) and nasal obstruction (10%) (Fig.
Hardy et al, (54) found enlargement of the infraorbital nerve and canal in patients with both IgG4-RD and benign reactive lymphoid hyperplasia with orbital involvement.
The aim of this study was to locate the IOF in relation to the infraorbital margin (IOM) and the alveolar bone process of the maxilla at the second premolar for proper injections of local anesthetics, as well as to determine the depth of needle penetration into the pterygopalatine fossa through GPC to avoid serious complications following nerve block anesthesia.
The infraorbital nerve is the terminal branch of the maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve and carries sensory information from the lower eyelid, one side of the nose, and the upper lip.
Caption: Figure 2: Preoperative 3-DCT view showing the missing body of the maxilla on the right side along with the lateral border of pyriform aperture and medial infraorbital margin.
On imaging, there are 5 and 3 extraconal and intraconal lesions (1 infraorbital nerve and 1 unknown data).