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Structure of sphenoidal emissary foramina

Known as: Emissary sphenoidal foramen, Foramen venosum, Foramen of Vesalius 
National Institutes of Health

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2019
2019
Although the sphenoidal emissary foramen (SEF) and its content are anatomically and clinically relevant, accurate description of… 
2018
2018
BACKGROUND The study investigates the size of the foramen ovale (FO) in relation to the presence and absence of the emissary… 
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2018
2018
The foramen venosum (FV) is a small, inconstant orifice in the middle cranial fossa, located anterior and medial to the foramen… 
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2018
2018
Objectives: The goal of this retrospective study is to evaluate the radiologic anatomy of sphenoidal emissary foramen (SEF) by… 
2016
2016
Background: Sphenoidal emissary foramen is a small, variable and an inconstant foramen in middle cranial fossa which is located… 
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2014
2014
The sphenoidal emissary foramen (SEF) is an inconsistent foramen located in the middle cranial fossa. The SEF may transmit a… 
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2013
2013
The presence and description of anatomical findings about the foramen of Vesalius (FV) is important in the surgical procedure on… 
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2012
2012
All 377 dry skulls were examined for the occurrence and morphometry of the foramen of Vesalius (FV) both in the middle cranial… 
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2009
2009
BackgroundThe foramen of Vesalius (FV) is located in the greater wing of the sphenoid bone between the foramen ovale (FO) and the… 
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2009
2009
OBJECTIVE To investigate the frequency of unilateral or bilateral foramen of Vesalius (FV), number of FV present on one side, and… 
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