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Max´il`lar


a.1.(Anat.) Pertaining to either the upper or the lower jaw, but now usually applied to the upper jaw only.
2.(Zool.) Of or pertaining to a maxilla.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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They cover surgical options for bone grafting, lateral and transcrestal sinus elevation, implant placement in the resorbed maxilla, and the evolution and innovations in maxillar bone regeneration.
Estructuras bucofaringeas y tracto digestivo: Triportheus magdalenae posee dos hileras de dientes en el premaxillar, en la fila externa un promedio de 5 dientes ([+ o -] 0.5 SD), minimo 5 y maximo 6 tricuspides; y en la fila interna 9 ([+ o -] 0.6 SD), minimo 8 y maximo 10 dientes tricuspides-multicuspides, el maxillar es adentado, y el dentario posee 7 ([+ o -] 1.9 SD) dientes multicuspides, con minimo 6 (adultos) y maximo 8 (juveniles) (Fig.
A 70-year-old male patient who has been referred to Marmara University, Faculty of Dentistry, Oral Diagnosis and Radiology Clinic had a complaint of a progressively enlarging and non-healing lesion on the anterior maxillar buccal/palatinal mucosa and the alveolar ridge, which increased to the present size in 1 month.
In other caridean shrimps such as Macrobrachium olfersii, Macrobrachium americanum, and Palaemonetes pugio, the first post-naupliar stage features head lobes, mandibles, maxillules, and maxillar primordia, but no maxilliped primordia (Table 1).
Maxillar and anterior teeth protrusion, deep overbite, mandibular grows with clockwise rotation, incompetent growth of lip, poor morphology of chin and other poor coordinated surface types are clinical manifestations with Angle class II division 1 malocclusion patients (Cabrita et al., 2017; Mehta et al., 2017; Ozbilek et al., 2017).
Accordingly, mandibular fractures (dentoalveolar, symphysis-parasymphysis, corpus, angulus-ramus, coronoid, and condylar processes); maxillar fractures (alveolar, Le Fort Types I, II, III); nasal fractures, nasoorbitoethmoid fractures, orbital fractures (floor, medial, roof, and lateral walls); zygoma fractures (zygomatic complex and arch); and frontal sinus fractures were reviewed.
Marrelli et al., "Trial with platelet-rich fibrin and Bio-Oss used as grafting materials in the treatment of the severe maxillar bone atrophy: clinical and radiological evaluations," European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, vol.
The role of maxillar morphology in the development of pathological septal deformities.
In his history, it was learned that he underwent surgery and received radiotherapy because of medulloblastoma at the age of three years, enucleation was performed in the right eye because of retinoblastoma at the age of 10 years, he underwent surgery because of a BCC located in the right palpebra at the same age, and was recently found to have mandibular and maxillar cysts on X-rays obtained owing to dental deformations.
Briefly, for ANB angle, A point presents the most concave point of the anterior maxillar base; Nasion (N) presents the most anterior point of the frontonasal suture, while B point presents the most concave point of the anterior contour of mandibular symphysis.