Medical Definition of Hiatus ethmoidalis

1. A deep, narrow groove in the lateral wall of the middle meatus of the nasal cavity, into which the maxillary sinus, the frontonasal duct, and the middle ethmoid cells open. Synonym: hiatus semilunaris, hiatus ethmoidalis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hiatus Ethmoidalis

hi-tech
hi-vis
hi test
hi there
hiant
hiatal
hiatal hernia
hiation
hiations
hiatus
hiatus adductorius
hiatus aorticus
hiatus canalis facialis
hiatus canalis nervi petrosi majoris
hiatus canalis nervi petrosi minoris
hiatus ethmoidalis (current term)
hiatus hernia
hiatus maxillaris
hiatus oesophageus
hiatus of canal for greater petrosal nerve
hiatus of canal of lesser petrosal nerve
hiatus of facial canal
hiatus sacralis
hiatus saphenus
hiatus semilunaris
hiatus subarcuatus
hiatus tendineus
hiatus totalis sacralis
hiatuses
hib immunization

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