a.1.(Anat.) Situated behind the glenoid fossa of the temporal bone.
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albiventris has a small skull (condylobasal length (CBL), 44.2 mm) with a broad posterior palatal shelf; the postglenoid process is smaller than the mastoid process.
Morphology of the temporal canal and postglenoid foramen with reference to the size of the jugular foramen in man and selected species of animals.
The carotid circulation is primitive, an alisphenoid strut is present, and the subsquamosal fenestra is large (but smaller than the postglenoid foramen).
The posterior region of a left mandibular ramus (YPM VPPU 021692) assigned to Cosgriffius by Welles (1993) belongs to a capitosauroid based on the long, transversely broad and concave postglenoid region, the shape of its posterior end, and the ornamentation on its lateral surface (Fig.
The skull is rather short and deep with retracted nasals zygomatic arch is heavy and postglenoid separate from posttympanic.
Riera de Sant Jaume sites (Barcelona Province), Catalonian basin: A partial hemimandible containing the postglenoid region and exposed in labial view (Fig.
Most of the posterior half part of a right hemimandible is preserved, including the postglenoid area (PGA), the major part of the angular and a small portion of the postsplenial, and the dentary lacking the anterior part.
But due to the bony prominence (postglenoid process) (Fig.
The distinct and vertically extended postglenoid process running from the caudomedial part of the joint observed in this study was consistent with the findings of Strom et al.
caucae the postglenoid foramen runs anteroposteriorly and the sulcus of prootic sinus is ventrally exposed.
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