coronoid


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coronoid

(ˈkɒrəˌnɔɪd)
adj
(of a process of a bone) resembling a crow's beak
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The differential diagnosis for this species provided by Carraway and Timm (2000) uses qualitative features of the glenoid fossa and measurements of the cranium and coronoid process of the dentary that are not preserved in the Terapa specimens, so no comparisons can be made.
63) The ulna is displaced posteriorly relative to the humerus, resulting in impaction of the coronoid process against olecranon and posterior capitellum against the radial head (Figure 13).
The dentary is long and low, and its medial surface is concealed by the splenial, which is separated from the dentary by a long, slender coronoid more posteriorly.
e surgery will make a huge dierence to the treatment of people with MPS around the world, Ben's coronoid processors will feature in medical journals around the world.
3), the postdentary portion being much deeper, the coronoid process much higher, the anterior margin of the muscle insertion much deeper where it meets the mandibular symphysis (dentary), forming a high curved ridge that is hardly indicated in C.
1) The most common sites are the long tubular bones, especially the femur, humerus, and tibia) In the maxillofacial region, they are most common in the mandible, the condylar area, and the tip of the coronoid process.
Radiographs showed neglected old unreduced posterior elbow dislocation, fractures of radial head, and coronoid process.
The other sites for ectopic mandibular third molars include: the ramus, coronoid process, sigmoid notch and lower border of the mandible (2).
Rottweilers appear to have an increased susceptibility to OCD of the elbow, plus a condition called ununited coronoid process.
Only the right side condyle, coronoid process and angle of the mandible were preserved (figure 1).