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*  Mental nerve
The nerve emerges at the mental foramen in the mandible, and divides beneath the Depressor anguli oris muscle into three ...
*  Chin augmentation
They usually stay in place, but may move, buckle and cause bone resorption where they contact the mandible in some cases. Since ... Some chin implants are fixed to the mandible, while others are held in place by the pocket itself. Another surgical chin ... Chin augmentation may be achieved by manipulation of the jaw bone (mandible) and augmentation utilizing this technique usually ... the procedure involves cutting a horseshoe-shaped piece of bone from the lower border of the mandible known as an osteotomy. ...
*  Alveolar process
On the maxillae, the alveolar process is a ridge on the inferior surface, and on the mandible it is a ridge on the superior ... This X-ray film reveals some bone loss on the right side of the mandible. The associated teeth exhibit poor crown-to-root ... The underlying basal bone of the body of the maxilla or mandible remains less affected, however, because it does not need the ... This occurrence can prevent the alveolar processes of either the maxillae or the mandible from developing. Proper development ...
*  Keratocystic odontogenic tumour
It most often affects the posterior mandible. It most commonly presents in the third decade of life. In the WHO/IARC ...
*  Mandible
The mandible sits beneath the maxilla. The mandible is the only movable bone of the skull besides the ossicles of the middle ... Figure 3: Mandible of human embryo 24 mm. long. Outer aspect. Figure 4: Mandible of human embryo 24 mm. long. Inner aspect. ... Figure 5: Mandible of human embryo 95 mm. long. Outer aspect. Nuclei of cartilage stippled. Figure 5: Mandible of human embryo ... the rami rise up from the body of the mandible and meet with the body at the angle of the mandible or the gonial angle. The ...
*  Edward Mandible
Mandible was born in Woolloomooloo, Sydney. Mandible was selected on the first Wallaby 1908-09 Australia rugby union tour of ... Edward Francis Mandible (11 May 1885 - c. 1936) was an Australian national representative rugby union fly-half and one of the ... Edward Mandible died in Perth, Western Australia in April 1934.He was buried at Karrakatta Cemetery, in Perth, Western ... Facing reprisals from rugby union for playing in this non-sanctioned series, Mandible switched codes in 1910 to play rugby ...
*  Mandible (disambiguation)
The mandible is the lower jawbone of a vertebrate animal. Mandible may also refer to: Mandible (arthropod mouthpart), one of ... several mouthparts in arthropods Mandible (insect mouthpart), one of several mouthparts in insects Human mandible, the lower ...
*  Peninj Mandible
The Peninj Mandible (Peninj 1) is the fossilized lower jaw and teeth of a male Australopithecus boisei. It was discovered in ... The mandible was discovered by Kamoya Kimeu in 1964, during an expedition conducted by Richard Leakey and Glynn Isaac. Virginia ...
*  Lingula of mandible
Tuli A, Choudhry R, Choudhry S, Raheja S, Agarwal S (2000). "Variation in shape of the lingula in the adult human mandible". J ... the lingula of the mandible which gives attachment to the sphenomandibular ligament; at its lower and back part is a notch from ...
*  Mandible (arthropod mouthpart)
Some ants use mandibles to injure the enemy and squirt poison into the wound. Harvester ants use their mandibles to collect and ... Caterpillars use sharp mandibles to cut leaves in side-to-side motions. Only a few moths have functional mandibles in the adult ... Mandibles are often simply referred to as jaws. Mandibles are present in the extant subphyla Myriapoda (millipedes and others ... Most butterflies and moths lack mandibles as they mainly feed on nectar from flowers. Queen bees have mandibles with sharp ...
*  Mandible (insect mouthpart)
Males of these beetles use their mandibles to grasp or displace each other as they compete for mates. The mandibles in ... Most adult Hymenoptera have mandibles that follow the general form, as in grasshoppers. The mandibles are used to clip pieces ... Insect mandibles are a pair of appendages near the insect's mouth, and the most anterior of the three pairs of oral appendages ... The mandibles are therefore instrumental in piercing the plant or animal tissues upon which these insects feed, and in helping ...
*  Alveolar part of mandible
The alveolar part of mandible is the part of the mandible, adjacent to the teeth, containing the dental alveolus. Alveolar ... PrzystaƄska, A; Bruska M. (May 2005). "Foramina on the internal aspect of the alveolar part of the mandible". Folia Morphol ( ... Alveolar part of mandible. http://orthodontics.case.edu/facialgrowth/html/gofmand1.htm. ...
*  Angle of the mandible
Mandible bone. Position of angle shown in red. Mandible. Outer surface. Side view. (Angle labeled at bottom right.) Mandible. ... Mandible. Inner surface. Angle of mandible labeled at bottom right. This article incorporates text in the public domain from ... is located at the posterior border at the junction of the lower border of the ramus of the mandible. The angle of the mandible ... Angle visible at bottom left.) The Pterygoidei; the zygomatic arch and a portion of the ramus of the mandible have been removed ...
*  Digastric fossa of Mandible
The digastric fossa of the mandible is an anatomical structure which occupies a space on the inner surface of the inferior ... border of the body of the mandible, near the midline bilaterally. Gray's Anatomy: The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice ( ...
*  Coronoid process of the mandible
Position of coronoid process in mandible (shown in red). Animation. Mandible. Outer surface. Side view. (Coronoid process ... The mandible's coronoid process (from Greek korone, "like a crown") is a thin, triangular eminence, which is flattened from ... Mandible fractures are common injuries. However, coronoid process fractures are very rare. Isolated fractures of the coronoid ... Coronoid process of mandible Mandibular nerve and bone. Deep dissection. Anterior view. Infratemporal fossa. Lingual and ...
*  The Mandibles
... : A Family, 2029-2047 is a 2016 novel, the thirteenth by American author Lionel Shriver. It was first published in ... One family, the Mandibles, are hit particularly hard by the devaluation of American currency, as they were all expecting to ... I feel as if that bullet is still whizzing around the planet." Baume, Sarah (14 May 2016). "The Mandibles review: future shock ... Kalfus, Ken (12 July 2016). "'The Mandibles,' by Lionel Shriver: A vision of America in a downward spiral". The Washington Post ...
*  Operation Mandibles
During World War II, Operation Mandibles was a planned 1940/1941 British amphibious assault on Rhodes, Leros and the Dodecanese ... mandibles+wwii&source=bl&ots=_PTGGnHHEl&sig=go7opAbpu-OSQ7qz9xNidgkHyC0&hl=en&ei=sau5TYnjJ-W10QHyzujXDw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct= ...
*  Submandibular gland
... inferior and posterior to the body of the mandible, moving inward from the inferior border of the mandible near its angle with ... Mandible. Inner surface. Side view. Distribution of the maxillary and mandibular nerves, and the submaxillary ganglion. Mucus ...
*  Submandibular fovea
This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918) "Mandible of Intact Skull: ... "Mandible". Tufts University Department of Anatomy and Cellular Biology. Retrieved 2008-09-26. ... is an impression on the medial side of the body of the mandible below the mylohyoid line. It is the location for the ...
*  Lateral pterygoid muscle
Mandible. Inner surface. Side view. Plan of branches of internal maxillary artery. Distribution of the maxillary and mandibular ... A concerted effort of the lateral pterygoid muscles helps in lowering the mandible and open the jaw whereas unilateral action ... the lateral pterygoid is the only muscle of mastication that assists in depressing the mandible (opening the jaw). At the ... muscle is to pull the head of the condyle out of the mandibular fossa along the articular eminence to protrude the mandible. ...
*  Sublingual gland
Mandible. Inner surface. Side view. Sublingual gland Sublingual gland Sublingual gland Illustrated Dental Embryology, Histology ...
*  Medial pterygoid muscle
Elevation of the mandible (closes the jaw) Minor contribution to protrusion of the mandible Assistance in mastication Excursion ... Mandible. Inner surface. Side view. Plan of branches of internal maxillary artery. Distribution of the maxillary and mandibular ... pterygoid plate and the insertion is from the internal surface of the ramus of the mandible down to the angle of the mandible, ... into the lower and back part of the medial surface of the ramus and angle of the mandible, as high as the mandibular foramen. ...
*  Depressor labii inferioris muscle
This muscle arises from the oblique line of the mandible, and inserts on the skin of the lower lip, blending in with the ... Facial muscles Depressor anguli oris Position of depressor labii inferioris muscle (red). Mandible. Outer surface. Side view. ...
*  Maxillary artery
It branches from the external carotid artery just deep to the neck of the mandible. The maxillary artery, the larger of the two ... Mandible. Outer surface. Side view. Lateral head anatomy detail Head anatomy anterior view Maxillary artery Maxillary artery ... The first or mandibular portion (or bony portion) passes horizontally forward, between the neck of the mandible and the ... runs obliquely forward and upward under cover of the ramus of the mandible and insertion of the temporalis, on the superficial ...
*  Stag-moose
http://laignoranciadelconocimiento.blogspot.com.es/2011/12/cervalces.html (in Spanish) "Cervalces Scotti." Maxilla & Mandible. ...