infundibulum


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infundibulum

[‚in·fən′dib·yə·ləm]
(anatomy)
A funnel-shaped passage or part.
The stalk of the neurohypophysis.
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On the side of all normal maxillary sinuses, the ethmoid infundibulum was in the same vertical plane as the medial wall of the orbit (table; figure 2, A).
It may block the infundibulum and cause sinus disease due to defective aeration of the sinuses.
The uncinate process is a shield-like formation that protects the ethmoid infundibulum from direct exposure to airflow.
It results from anterior deviation of infundibular septum that cause hypoplasia of sub-pulmonary infundibulum and thus is responsible for tetrad defects e.
The reason for poor therapeutic effects was hypertrophy of the infundibulum in severe cases and intolerance to the excitation of the dilated balloon.
Tumor of the follicular infundibulum (TFI) most commonly presents as a solitary, keratotic papule or plaque on the face of middle-aged to elderly patients (48,76) or as an eruptive variant in younger patients with nevus sebaceous or certain tumor syndromes.
The tumor of the follicular infundibulum also does not usually have sebaceous differentiation and is attached to the epidermis by thin branching cords of basaloid cells with paler cytoplasm and more prominent peripheral palisading (1, 3, 6-7, 17).
This infundibulum, in which the bulb fits, gave this part of the hair a very noticeable transparency, which cut off the opacity of the rest of the hair.
Using his/her right hand surgeon inserted the marry land through the epigastrium port and with left hand grasping Hartman's pouch of gall bladder through third port, moving the infundibulum medially and laterally to dissect and visualize cystic duct and artery.
In mammals, the infundibulum refers to the anatomic region precisely located between the supraventricular crest and the pulmonic valve.
20) However, imperfect operative technique, such as alignment of the cystic and bile ducts due to excessive upward retraction on the gallbladder fundus or insufficient lateral retraction on the infundibulum or excessive tenting of the bile duct from exaggerated lateral retraction on the infundibulum may confound correct anatomical identification.