orbitonasal

[ôr′bĭ-tō-nāzəl]
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Historical Examples of orbitonasal

  • The relatively long rostrum, as represented by the orbitonasal length, is nearest to that of spadix.

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    E. Raymond Hall

  • The skull is similarly proportioned except that relative to the basilar length the orbitonasal length is more.

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    E. Raymond Hall

  • Relative to basilar length, tooth-rows, orbitonasal length, interorbital breadth and zygomatic breadth averaging narrower.

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    E. Raymond Hall

  • At the level of the orbitonasal foramen, the sphenethmoid is entirely ossified except for a small dorsolateral extension.