coronoid process


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Noun1.coronoid process - a sharp triangular process projecting from a bonecoronoid process - a sharp triangular process projecting from a bone
bone, os - rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates
appendage, outgrowth, process - a natural prolongation or projection from a part of an organism either animal or plant; "a bony process"
coronoid process of the mandible - the coronoid process that provides an attachment for the temporal muscle
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the coronoid process (superiorly) and the condylar process (anteriorly) (Standring, 2008).
leptura has a narrower maxilla and a lower coronoid process compared with S.
And some differences were interspecific character, such as the point between the anterior tip of suture nasal and premaxilla, anterior tip of suture between nasal and premaxilla, anterior and posterior most ventral points of the upper incisor alveolus, and coronoid process, angular process ascending ramus and condylar process.
Purulence was noted within the medullary space, and marked osteolysis of the right condyle, ramus and coronoid process (Figure 2 A-B).
In the dorsal region of the mandible you can see the well developed coronoid process (Proc.
Under general anesthesia, the insertion tendon of temporalis muscle en bloc with part of the coronoid process was transferred through a subcutaneous tunnel and anchored to the right modiolus (Figure 3).
Reveal the concealed - Morphological variations of the coronoid process, condyle and sigmoid notch in personal identification.
Mandibular coronoid process is an anterior eminence of the mandibular ramus, where the temporal muscle is connected.
Ectopic eruption of a tooth is rare; however, few reports of a tooth in the nose,[7] mandibular condyle,[8] and coronoid process,[9] have been mentioned in the literature.
A possible explanation for recurrence in the second case would be retained periosteum over the coronoid process. Composite resection would eliminate the retention of a tumour infiltrated tissues.
Manic et al., "The parametric model of the human mandible coronoid process created by method of anatomical features," Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, vol.
[3] reported a case of a posttraumatic medial fracture dislocation of the elbow with a medial epicondyle displaced fracture but with an associated coronoid process fracture and severe soft tissue injury.