nasal bone

  1. an elongated rectangular bone that forms the bridge of the nose
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  • -- Muzzle long and narrow; skull very concave between the nasal bones and the vertex, so that the crown appears considerably vaulted; ears funnel-shaped and semi-transparent; tragus very long, narrow and pointed; wings very wide; tail longer than head and body, wholly contained within the interfemoral membrane. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon
  • Although cranial fragments and mandibles were very abundant at the butchery place of the Odeon, the nasal bone and the most anterior part of the upper and lower jaw (premaxilla and mandible) were missing. Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Archaeozoology Report 2
  • The nasal bone is a projection that lies between the two orbits (eye socket) and is below the superciliary crest.
  • Below the nasion the nasal bones, scantily covered by soft tissues, can be traced to their junction with the nasal cartilages, and on either side of the nasal bone the complete outline of the orbital margin can be made out. XII. Surface Anatomy and Surface Markings. 1. Surface Anatomy of the Head and Neck
  • Although most of the nasal structures are cartilaginous, the nasal bones usually are fractured in an injury.
  • Fracture of nasal bones -- Deformities of nose: _Saddle nose_; _Partial and complete destruction of nose_; _Restoration of nose_; Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • Can I check his zygomatic, ethmoidal, and nasal bones? Roger I. Abrams: CSI - Clemens
  • Or I guess I mean hell's summer, her nasal bone burrowed into my levator, her wet smile making the hairs along my neckline straighten, each one exclamated with a goosebump. Pectoralis Minor
  • The _nasal bones_, or bones of the nose, are shown at _e_; _f_, is the _cheek bone_; _g_, the A Treatise on Domestic Economy For the Use of Young Ladies at Home and at School
  • Palpation of the nasal structures should be done to elicit any crepitus, indentation, or irregularity of the nasal bone.
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