dmk: dorsal maxilla kink, dmp: dorsal maxilla process, dms: dorsal maxilla process slope, fr: frontal, j: jugal, jlmsp: jugal/lacrimal/maxilla suture process, jms: jugal/maxilla suture, I: lacrimal, Imsp: lacrimal/maxilla suture process, rax: maxilla, n: nasal, nr: naris ridge, pfmsip: prefrontal/maxilla suture inferior-process, pfmssp: prefrontal/maxilla suture superior-process, pfr: prefrontal, pmp: posterior maxilla process, pms: premaxilla
/maxilla suture, pmx: premaxilla
, po: postorbital, t: teeth.
The most ideal location for implants in edentulous total maxillectomy patients is residual premaxilla
The blind (left) jaw bones, both the premaxilla
and dentary, are significantly longer and bear more teeth (Fig.
The jaws of humans--and dogs, salmon, lizards and all other bony vertebrates--contain three key bones: the maxilla and premaxilla
of the upper jaw, and the dentary of the lower jaw.
The lower jaw and premaxilla
are well mineralized, and there are anterior flanges at the symphysis of the dentaries.
Transmissible venereal sarcoma as primary lesion extending from nostril to premaxilla
region in a male dog and its surgical and therapueitc management is documented.
, maxillary 3rd molar region and maxillary sinus.
Use of distraction osteogenesis for the correction of deviated nasal septum and premaxilla
in a horse.
The skull length, measured from the premaxilla
to the first vertebra, was 65.
Taking into account the length of the rostrum (anterior margin of orbits to tip of premaxilla
= 22 cm) relative to the total skull length (posterior edge of parietal to tip of premaxilla
= 36 cm), H.
with long lateral process, rounded over ethmoids, and two rows of teeth: outer row with two* (24), three (20) or four (two) all tricuspid; inner row with five (46) pentacuspid teeth (with the last tooth tricuspid), that gradually diminish in size away from symphysis.
Jaws about equal, oblique, premaxilla
with an abrupt bend between the anterior horizontal portion and lateral part; maxilla ends below about anterior edge of pupil; maxillary length 2.