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Vertebral foramen anteroposterior width: The maximum anteroposterior length of vertebral canal or foramen vertebrae at the midline (Sengul & Kadioglu, 2006; Gosavi & Vatsalaswamy, 2012).
Table-II: Accessory Mental Foramen (AMF in relation to Gender and Side).
distance between the base of the superior orbital fissure and Warwick's foramen.
Percutaneous treatment of patent foramen ovale and atrial septal defects.
The unique anatomic features of the L5-S1 space include a large facet joint, narrow foramen, small disc space, and a wide interlaminar space.
Double foramen transversaria: An osteological study with clinical implications.
The embryonic draft of the thyroid laminae begins to develop in the first trimester as quadrilateral plates with a foramen. In the following stages of embryogenesis, the TF closes.
The classic CT findings suggestive of a PSA include a soft-tissue prominence in the region of the tympanic segment of the facial nerve and the absence of the ipsilateral foramen spinosum.
The greater palatine nerve (GPN) is a branch of the pterygopalatine ganglion that descends downward into greater palatine canal (GPC) and emerges into the oral cavity at the level hard palate through the greater palatine foramen.
Naujorks et al., "Behaviour of the foramen ovale flow in fetuses with intrauterine growth restriction," Obstetrics and Gynecology International, vol.
It emerges from the infraorbital foramen, extends to the subcutaneous layer, and is accompanied by the infraorbital vessels deep to the levator labii superioris muscle and malar fat.