Carcinoma and sarcoma sometimes grow from the muco-periosteum in the region of the ethmoid.
The ethmoid region, if diseased, is next treated (see p. 615).
Wound of entrance, near outer canthus, with course through eyeball to ethmoid body.
It not uncommonly ceases to secrete after the ethmoid has been cleared.
The needle had not entered the brain, but the ethmoid was very much injured.
The ethmoid should be attended to in all cases of suppuration in the frontal sinus.
The region of the trabecul in front of the brain is the ethmoid region.
The premaxillaries, vomer, and nasals do not belong to the cranial scheme; they are covering bones connected with the ethmoid.
In most types however it becomes more closely united with the ethmoid region and the accessory parts belonging to it.
These cavities are bounded superiorly by the sphenoid and 390 ethmoid bones; inferiorly, by the hard palate.
ethmoid eth·moid (ěth'moid') or eth·moi·dal (ěth-moid'l)
Resembling a sieve. n.
The ethmoid bone.