normal contour

normal contour

[′nȯr·məl ′kan‚tu̇r]
(mapping)
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The lesion was reduced using the Sonopet to restore the normal contour of the lateral orbital wall (Figure 2b).
In the second, not only was the Sonopet used in the orbital apex where vital soft tissue structures are in close proximity, but the lateral orbit and greater wing of the sphenoid were reshaped to both decompress the orbit and to restore the normal contour of the lateral orbit.
A follow-up nine months later showed no residual tumor, a normal contour of the testis and no evidence of atrophy.
A normal contour excludes a didelphys or bicornuate and the uterus is either normal or septate.
The bar is left in place for three years while the chest remodels itself to the normal contour.
We performed AlloDerm reconstruction in a series of 10 patients, and we found that normal contour was satisfactorily restored in all 10.
The middle finger meta carpal bone showed the normal contour and signal.
In cases of this sort, it is often necessary to remove some of the displaced bone of the posterior ear canal to restore normal contour and provide space for the reconstruction of the ossicular chain.
Then the contrast can be seen to suddenly diffuse slowly downward on either side of a nonopaque foreign body and follow the regular contours of the greater and lesser curvatures to map out the normal contour of the stomach.
This procedure is repeated by alternately removing bone and elevating skin and periosteum until the entire exostosis has been removed and the ear canal has a normal contour.