nasal bone


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nasal bone

[′nā·zəl ‚bōn]
(anatomy)
Either of two rectangular bone plates forming the bridge of the nose; they articulate with the frontal, ethmoid, and maxilla bones.
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The length and width of the nasal bone was 13.79[+ or -]0.02 cm and 4.95[+ or -]0.02 cm, respectively, however it was 5.69[+ or -]0.01 cm and 1.29[+ or -]0.01 cm, respectively in blackbuck (Choudhary & Singh, 2015b).
61.3% of patients were 12 years and x-ray nasal bone was positive in 70% patients out of these.
Proposed method for closed reduction of impacted nasal bone fractures using a Kirschner wire and a C-arm.
Nasal bone fracture (NBF) is the most common type of facial fracture, and the third most common fracture of the human skeleton (1, 2).
Results: Fetal nasal bone length >95th percentile was significantly associated with preterm labor and preterm premature rupture of membranes (p=0.02, accuracy 0.91 and p=0.001, accuracy 0.94, respectively), whereas nasal bone length >99th percentile was significantly associated with preterm labor and oligohydramnios (p=0.006, accuracy 0.95 and p=0.014, accuracy 0.97).
These women were investigated for the presence of abnormal DV waveform, tricuspid regurgitation, and nasal bone hypoplasia/aplasia.
Fractured nasal bone and maxilla showed severe bleeding in a few numbers, 2 out of 15.
The combined mid face fractures were found in n=27 (12.6%) cases and isolated nasal bone fractures in n=3 cases (1.4%) cases.
The position of the dorsal onlay graft was secured to the nasal bone using K-wire and covered with rubber tip from syringe plunger (Figure 1(d)).
This dorsal nasal bone graft was introduced through inter-cartilaginous incision in the endonasal approach and marginal incision in the open approach.