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submental

(sʌbˈmɛntəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated beneath the chin
[from sub- + Latin mentum chin]
Translations

sub·men·tal

a. submental, debajo del mentón.

submental

adj submentoniano
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The contents of the SMS are: anterior belly of the digastric muscle, superficial portion of the sub-mandibular gland, submandibular and submental lymph nodes, facial artery and vein, fat, and the inferior loop of the hypoglossal nerve.
Ultrasonography revealed enlarged right-sided hypoechoic laterocervical (maximum size of 1.7 cm) and submental lymph nodes (size 1 cm) with low peripheral flow, eccentric cortical thickening, and deviation of the hila.
Secondly if the cancer is suspected to involve the submental lymph nodes than the lymph node clearance is jeopardized.
The submental space, which is also called the submental triangle and the median suprahyoid zone, hosts the submental lymph nodes, the mylohyoid nerve and vessels, the submental branches of the facial artery, and the facial vein.