infratemporal


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infratemporal

[¦in·frə′tem·prəl]
(anatomy)
Situated below the temporal fossa.
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(1995) [14], the lodgment of foreign body in an area like infratemporal fossa is quite rare and only few cases have been reported in the literature so far.
The clinicians need to be cautious to avoid the implantation route going through the orbit wall or the infratemporal fossa.
Keywords: Infratemporal abscess; facial space infection; abscess; infratemporal space infection
KEY WORDS: Inferior alveolar nerve, inferior alveolar artery, maxillary artery, infratemporal fossa.
Although difficult to prove but recurrence in temporal region might be due to seeding into infratemporal fossa during previous resection9.
A computed tomography (CT) scan shows a poorly defined mass in the infratemporal fossa (Fig.
Though the name is accessory meningeal artery, it predominantly supplies the muscles, and nerves of the infratemporal fossa.
In cases with extensive lateral extension to infratemporal fossa with or without intracranial involvement, a midfacial degloving approach or Weber Ferguson's approach gave a good exposure for tumour clearance.
MRI with intravenous contrast was carried out; in the left infratemporal fossa, an abscess (30 x 9 mm) enhanced on the periphery with the irregular contours was detected (Figure 2(b)).
Less commonly they can be found in the anterior neck, infratemporal fossa, submandibular space, pharynx, larynx, and parotid gland and in or around the oral cavity [2,3].
A bullet in the maxillary antrum and infratemporal fossa.
She presented to an outside emergency department, where head CT identified a 6 cm right temporal lobe mass growing through and destroying the greater wing of the sphenoid bone and invading into the infratemporal fossa.

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