34) In the present case, the gnathotheca and skin healed well once the mandible
A 3D CT (bright speed 16 slice CT, GE Healthcare) of the mandible
was done which revealed an irregular lytic lesion in the alveolar process of right side of mandible
extending from lateral incisor to retromolar trigone (Figures 4(a) and 4(b)).
bauri has long and short mandible
that has short, emarginated to round, acute, and subapical tooth with blunt to absence of denticles in masticatory margin, emarginated basal margin nd with acute to wide acute basal angle.
2004), variation in mandible
morphology also exists among leaf cutting ant species.
Cranial or facial bones are affected in about 30% of all cases (3), and the disorder usually affects the mandible
metallifer grows some of the most elongated mandibles
Uncontrolled incisor flaring could result in a rapid correction of the overjet, which would minimize the orthopaedic effects of the appliance on the maxilla and mandible
2005; see Table 1), among which we highlight the following: 1) body generally ventrally curved, fusiform, 2) head quite large relative to the body, 3) vertex generally incised, 4) antennal area small and inconspicuous, 5) maxillae triangular, 6) sensorial tegumental differentiations on: a) each side lateral to the antennal area (one), b) clypeus (1 pair), b) labrum (2 pairs), c) each gena (one), d) each maxilla (2) and e) each side of the labium (2); 7) maxillary and labial palpi large, conspicuous, and more or less protruding, 8) mandible
tridentate with a broad second tooth, and with striations on the base.
Professor Dave Hosken, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation at the University of Exeter's Penryn Campus, said that a major finding of this study was that the most attractive males, those most preferred by females, were not the highly competitive males with large mandibles
Spacing conditions were registered between all teeth in the mandible
and maxilla and graded according to Kisling and Krebs criteria: overlapping of teeth, contact, no contact, and space [greater than or equal to] 2 mm.
A 48-year-old man was referred to our laryngology clinic, complaining of pain in the left mandible
and numb chin syndrome.
2) images demonstrate a subtle fracture (arrows) of the mandible
on the axial which is better appreciated on the coronal images.