pyriform


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Related to pyriform: clavate, piriform, pyriform lobe

pyriform

pyriform profile
Same as periform.
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Fruit, pome, oblong, pyriform, obovoid or sub-globose, 5-loculed, green or yellow when ripe, rarely reddish, dotted; sepals persistent.
However, as early as 3 months postoperatively, a change in the esthetic appearance of the nose was noticed consisting of recurrence of alar cartilage collapse as well as a depression at the level of the pyriform aperture.
Sarcomatoid carcinoma of the pyriform sinus with brain and subcutaneous metastases: An unusual metastatic spread pattern.
Microscopic examination Conidial heads pyriform to spatulate Conidiophore 5.0-7.0 [micro]m in diameter.
The mass was palpable deep in the paraglottic space and extended into the right pyriform sinus.
KTP laser assisted endoscopic tissue fibrin glue biocauterization for congenital pyriform sinus fistula in children.
The thymus arises from the third and the fourth pharyngeal pouch during the sixth week of gestation; it descends from near the pyriform sinus, adherent to the carotid sheath and the pericardium, to the anterosuperior mediastinum which is its final resting place during the seventh and the eighth gestational week.1,2 The remnant tissue can however deposit anywhere along the tract of descent from the angle of the mandible to the manubrium sternum.1
Various other complications reported in the literature include sinusitis due to obstruction to sinus drainage, transient bacteremia, endotracheal tube (ETT) obstruction, dislodgement of adenoids from mechanical trauma, turbinate avulsion, retropharyngeal perforation, mucosal laceration, cribriform plate fracture, olfactory nerve injury and perforation of pyriform fossa.
Septal deviation is divided into anterior and posterior type on the basis of its location related to pyriform aperture.
Based on morphology, these silk glands can be grouped into seven general types: aciniform, aggregate, flagelliform, major ampullate, minor ampullate, pyriform, and tubuliform (Kovoor 1987).
Most cases are seen in children with congenital pyriform sinus fistulae that allow for infection to spread to thyroid gland.