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  • lobe
  • This injury is potentially fatal because of its close proximity to the frontal lobe of brain. (drtbalu.com)
  • The posterior table is in close proximity to the frontal lobe of the brain. (drtbalu.com)
  • But most injuries are fatally serious because this area is very close to the frontal lobe of the brain, making it prone to be affected by any injuries to the protective bone structure. (facialplasticsurgeonindia.com)
  • fractures
  • Introduction: Fractures involving the frontal bone are very uncommon injury. (drtbalu.com)
  • Fractures involving the frontal sinus must be considered as head injuries and should be managed thus because of the close proximity of the brain. (drtbalu.com)
  • All cases of depressed fractures of posterior table should be considered for frontal sinus obliteration. (drtbalu.com)
  • This is one of the reason why some authors advocate routine obliteration of frontal sinus in all cases of fractures involving the posterior table. (drtbalu.com)
  • Through and through fractures involving the frontal sinus tables is highly dangerous associated with more than 50% mortality. (drtbalu.com)
  • lacrimal bone
  • Unlike its closest relatives, Turfanosuchus and Yonghesuchus, but convergent upon Tropidosuchus, early theropods, and the Crocodylomorpha, the lacrimal bone is as tall as the eye socket instead of being significantly shorter. (wikipedia.org)
  • On the front upper rim the frontal has a trapezoid facet to contact the prefrontal, which is no part of the upper rim of the eye socket, and is separated from the facet for the lacrimal bone by a thin vertical ridge. (wikipedia.org)
  • nose
  • Since both reduction rhinoplasty and frontal brow reduction are routinely performed in FFS, a combined approach provides superior control over the nasal radix and profile when performing surgery on the frontal bone region first followed by nose reduction. (hindawi.com)
  • tumor
  • The radiologic findings in a case of an extradural diploic epidermoid tumor (ET) of the frontal bone, examined with plain X rays, CT and MRI, are reported. (springer.com)
  • Do you think the nasal surgery may help me, or do you think the symptoms are probably from the tumor pressing down on my left sinus bone? (medhelp.org)
  • facial
  • Fibroblast growth factor receptor 1 (Fgfr1) plays a pivotal role in craniofacial bone development, and loss of Fgfr1 leads to cleft palate and facial cleft defects in newborn mice. (springer.com)
  • large
  • The bones of the forefins show large muscle facets, suggesting that the fin was both muscular and had the ability to flex like a wrist joint. (wikipedia.org)