coronoid


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coronoid

[′kȯr·ə‚nȯid]
(biology)
Shaped like a beak.
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Osteology of the coronoid process with clinical correlation to coronoid fractures in terrible triad injuries.
So on Monday, March 9, this year, Ben became one of the 'rst, if not the 'rst, person with MPS in the world to have his coronoid processes removed from his jaw in an operation at e Royal Manchester's Children's Hospital.
The body mass of the bank vole is best correlated with three mandibular characters--total length of mandible at processus articularis excluding incisors, length of mandible excluding incisors, and maximum height of mandible excluding coronoid process, and three maxillary characters--zygomatic skull width, length of cranial (upper) diastema, and length of foramen incisivum.
of Patients Olecranon fracture 6 Coronoid fracture 5 Radial-head fracture 17 Capitellum fracture 3 Epicondyle fracture 1 Posterior dislocation 2 Joint effusion 4 Total 38 TABLE 2 Clinical Performance of the Elbow-Extension Test Bone Injury No Bone Injury Unable to Extend 37 22 (positive test) Able to Extend 1 50 (negative test) Sensitivity = 97.
The panoramic radiograph depicted a radiolucent, poorly circumscribed expansile mass extending from the distal left mandibular first premolar and beyond the unerupted mandibular third molar into the ramus, angle, and coronoid process, measuring 4.
The splenial appears to be fused with the dentary in all specimens, and does not extend posteriorly beyond the apex of the coronoid in specimens where this character can be evaluated.
GLM, greatest length of mandible -- length from anterior-most point on ramus (excluding teeth) to posterior-most point on coronoid process.
2) Ectopic teeth are commonly seen in the palate and maxillary sinus, but cases also have been reported at unusual sites such as the mandibular condyle, coronoid process, orbit, and nasal cavity.
A coronoid process of a mandible [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5A OMITTED], retrieved during 1992 excavations, exhibits cut-marks made by the extraction of the tongue, and also superficial burning marks.
The left dentary included the posterior one-half of the horizontal ramus, coronoid and condylar processes, and p4-m3.