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Hand

... hand holding the dropper or tube on the child's forehead to reduce movement . Place your hand on the person's forehead and pinch the person's nostrils shut with your ... hand and dab it generously over the nose, chin, forehead and cheeks---using two fingers of the other hand ...

Frontal bossing

... There is a typically large head with prominence of the forehead ( frontal bossing ), underdevelopment (hypoplasia) of the midface with ... Other physical effects of PKD can include smaller head size and the forehead appearing prominent and rounded (called frontal bossing ). If a child ...

Lobe

... lobe : The part of each hemisphere of the brain located behind the forehead that serves to regulate and mediate the higher intellectual functions. The ... lobe of the brain. The frontal lobe is the part of the brain from the forehead back to the ears. This type of dementia is often called frontal lobe ...

Metopic ridge

... bone or elevated connection between bones (ridged suture ) visible on the forehead extending from the front of the fontanel forward onto the forehead (between the two halves of the frontal bone). Metopic Ridge ...

Abrasion

... a small wire brush or diamond-impregnated grinding wheel at the end. Derm abrasion Derm abrasion smoothes deep pitting or ... forehead and Brow Lift ... derm abrasion A procedure that removes scars, tattoos or other skin defects with fine sandpaper or a high-speed brush. ...

Airway

... surface. Kneel next to the person's neck and shoulder s. Open the person's airway using the head tilt-chin lift. Put your palm on the person's forehead and gently push down. airway opening drugs (bronchodilators) such as aminophylline (Somophyllin), oxtriphylline (Choledyl) or theophylline ...

Anterior

... spot," or anterior fontanelle , is an area where the bones that form the sides of the head ( left and right parietals) join the one forming the forehead (frontal bone). The part of your eye affected by uveitis - either the front ( anterior ) or back ( posterior ) of the uvea - may determine ...

Blepharoplasty

... Medical Reference from The Cleveland Clinic ... Eye Tuck A Blepharoplasty , which tightens the eyelids, is usually more effective after a forehead and brow lift has reduced the amount of skin around the eyes ... Rhinoplasty : Refashioning the Nose ... Blepharitis Blepharoplasty ...

Dermabrasion

... with a small wire brush or diamond-impregnated grinding wheel at the end. Dermabrasion Dermabrasion smoothes deep pitting or ... forehead and Brow Lift ... dermabrasion A procedure that removes scars, tattoos or other skin defects with fine sandpaper or a high-speed brush. ...

EEG

... the cause). A normal EEG does not rule out seizures . EEG and EMG. An electroencephalograph ( EEG ) is a test in which wires are taped to the forehead to sense any dysfunction in the brain. The doctor may also use an electromyograph (EMG) to test the nerve s and muscle s of the bladder . [Top] ......

Eye

... discharge from the eye s return to top ... Eye Tuck A Blepharoplasty , which tightens the eyelids, is usually more effective after a forehead and brow lift has reduced the amount of skin around the eye s ... Rhinoplasty : Refashioning the Nose ... EYE DROPS For mild to ...

Fontanelle

... spot," or anterior fontanelle , is an area where the bones that form the sides of the head ( left and right parietals) join the one forming the forehead (frontal bone). Parents sometimes inadvertently set the stage for cradle cap by failing to wash their newborn's scalp thoroughly for fear of ...

Nasal congestion

... squeeze commonly occurs when a diver cannot equalize sinus pressure due to nasal congestion . Sinus Squeeze Symptoms Pressure or pain in the forehead or around the teeth , cheeks, or eyes may occur. It's associated with the following allergic symptoms: nasal congestion , runny nose, ...

Nocturia

... . Begin at 100o and increase rapidly to 106o-115o F. (with a footbath at 110o-112o F.) for 3-8 minutes. Keep the head cool with cold cloths over forehead or around back of neck. An increased need to urinate at night is called nocturia . Most people can sleep for 6 to 8 hours without having to ...

Port

... face is the most common location. The size varies from very small to over half of the body surface. Usually the port -wine stain involves the forehead and at least one upper eyelid. It may involve one or both sides of the face and varies in colour from light pink to deep purple. PNL is done via a ...

Port-wine stain

... The face is the most common location. The size varies from very small to over half of the body surface. Usually the port-wine stain involves the forehead and at least one upper eyelid. It may involve one or both sides of the face and varies in colour from light pink to deep purple. It is sometimes ...

Squint

... his or her face. Botox is injected into the muscle s that cause wrinkles when you frown, squint , laugh or smile. These muscle s are in the forehead and around the eyes or neck. Strabismus is also called cast, heterotropia, manifest deviation and squint . The term " strabismus " comes from ...

Sturge

... -Weber disease - The classic symptom of this disease is a port wine stain located on the child's face, typically near or around the eye and forehead areas. Shen WT, Sturge on C, Duh QY: From incidentaloma to adrenocortical carcinoma : the surgical management of ad renal tumor s. J Surg ...

Temporal

... frontal and/or temporal lobes of the brain. Pick disease usually affects only the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain, the part from the forehead back to the ears. For this reason it is sometimes called “fronto temporal dementia . In particular, the temporal lobes, the part of the ...
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