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The free edge of the uncinate process is identified and gently displaced away from the lateral nasal wall (figure, A).
8) At the level of the OMC, there can be variations to the intrinsic structures, such as an abnormal uncinate process orientation or a large ethmoid bulla.
Each scan was reviewed for the presence of haller cell, onodi cell, paradoxical middle turbinate, deviated nasal septum (DNS), pneumatisation in the nasal septum, superior and middle turbinate, and uncinate process.
All feeding vessels were taken down from the uncinate process and ligated on the pancreatic side.
68]Ga-DOTATOC PET/CT examination, most likely reflecting this radiotracer's higher affinity for the type 2 somatostatin receptors often overexpressed in the uncinate process (10).
Abdominal ultrasound revealed enlargement of the head of the pancreas and a mass in the pancreatic uncinate process compressing the pancreatic duct and biliary tract.
A series of cross profiles (>10), oriented perpendicularly to the region of interest, were analysed for the following target regions: Bulla Ethmoidalis, Lamina Papyracea, Middle Turbinate, Maxillary Wall, Posterior Ethmoid, Uncinate Process and Superior Turbinate.
The pancreas appeared only mildly inflamed in the region of the head and uncinate process, but was otherwise unremarkable.
Each uncinate process fits snugly into a small concave area on the lower lateral surface of the suprajacent vertebrae and embraces its lateral margins.
12] Uncinate process may be markedly thinned in chronic inflammatory diseases.
After appropriate preparation, under endoscopic guidance, the middle meatus is approached and the uncinate process identified.