a.1.(Anat.) Between the mandibles; interramal; as, the intermandibular space.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It causes the roughening of the hair coat and "Bottle jaw", i.e., intermandibular edema due to the loss of serum proteins.
The bifid tongue may be explained by the persistent intermandibular groove, similar to a merging defect of the tongue.
Intermandibular distance (ID): measured ventrally (VID) and dorsally (DID) from the center point of articulation of one mandible to the same point of the other mandible (Wall et al.
Total four female buffaloes aging 7-11 years were presented with history of proliferative growth in intermandibular region with unusual careful mastication without any opening or discharge (Fig.1).
Physical examination demonstrated 3 dead wasps of the order Hymenoptera and numerous stingers in the integument of the forehead, nape, cranial cervical integument, chin, cheek, intermandibular integument, bulbar conjunctiva, palpebra, rhamphotheca, and cere.
At postmortem examination, the following tissues were collected for viral genome detection, virus isolation, histopathology, and immunohistochemistry according to (15): adrenal gland, bladder, brain (including olfactory pole), cerebrospinal fluid, guttural pouch, heart, kidney, large intestine, liver, lung, lymph nodes (bronchial, inguinal, intermandibular, mandibular, renal), meninges, nasal turbinates, ovaries, pharynx, small intestine, spinal cord, spleen, sympathetic nerve, trigeminal ganglion, and uterus.