infratemporal


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infratemporal

[¦in·frə′tem·prəl]
(anatomy)
Situated below the temporal fossa.
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This minimally invasive approach provided a safe and wide exposure of the lower clivus, anterior rim of the foramen magnum, C1 transverse process, occipital condyle, vertebral artery, posterior inferior cerebellar artery, and even the infratemporal fossa.
As for the extent, we recorded if the lesion involved the skull base and intracranial cavity in addition to the nasopharynx and infratemporal fossa.
Multiple biopsies, labelled "mass infratemporal space", "anterior border of the masseter muscle including the lesion", "anterior wall of the right maxillary antrum", and "other soft tissues from the zygomatic arch", were received.
Keywords: Infratemporal abscess; facial space infection; abscess; infratemporal space infection
During exposure, a firm and encapsulated tumor invasive through the temporal bone was encountered below the temporalis muscle (Figure 2(a)), which was debulked extracranially throughout infratemporal fossa and dissected off the periorbita, isolating the intracranial components (Figure 2(b)).
The CT scan with intravenous contrast showed a focal rounded hyperdensity in the right infratemporal region.
Bone erosion of the infratemporal surface of the maxillary sinus is frequently seen with malignancy but not in chronic sinusitis; its presence strongly suggests neoplasm (Figure 14).
Kontrastli kraniyal ve orbita manyetik rezonans (MR) incelemede sag maksiller sinuste premaksiller yumusak dokulara, infratemporal ve pterigopalatin fossaya, parafaringeal alana uzanan, oncelikle mantar enfeksiyonunu dusunduren yaygin enflamatuvar degisiklikler ve cok seviyeli apse gorunumleri izlendi.
Inadvertent violation of an air cell during eminectomy, producing communication with the infratemporal or middle cranial fossa poses the genuine danger of intracranial infection and/or hemorrhage.
Parotid gland, the largest of the three glands, located in the infratemporal region of the head.
Se proyecta desde la pared anterior medial de la celda parotidea a traves del foramen pre-estileo, hacia la fosa infratemporal donde puede incluso entrar en contacto con la orofaringe.

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