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Palatine,

hill: see Rome before Augustus and Roman Empire under RomeRome,
Ital. Roma, city (1991 pop. 2,775,250), capital of Italy and see of the pope, whose residence, Vatican City, is a sovereign state within the city of Rome. Rome is also the capital of Latium, a region of central Italy, and of Rome prov.
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Palatine

(păl`ətīn), village (1990 pop. 39,253), Cook co., NE Ill.; inc. 1869. Primarily residential, the growing village manufactures a variety of products, such as machine tools and industrial adhesives. William Rainey Harper College is in Palatine.
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palatine

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1. (of an individual) possessing royal prerogatives in a territory
2. of, belonging to, characteristic of, or relating to a count palatine, county palatine, palatinate, or palatine
3. Feudal history the lord of a palatinate
4. any of various important officials at the late Roman, Merovingian, or Carolingian courts
5. (in Colonial America) any of the proprietors of a palatine colony, such as Carolina

palatine

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1. of or relating to the palate
2. either of two bones forming the hard palate

Palatine

one of the Seven Hills of Rome: traditionally the site of the first settlement of Rome
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They improve contact between food and taste receptors located on the dorsal surface of the tongue, resulting in better sensibility of taste.4,5 In recent years, several studies have been conducted related to the molecular basis of the formation of palatal rugae.6,7,8 The pattern may vary from simple to complex and is largely governed by the genetic factors.
A local superimposition was done on the best fit of the palatal curvature and maxillary trabecular structures to evaluate the maxillary dentoalveolar changes by treatment.
Palatal rugae are the asymmetrical and irregular elevations of the mucosa.
Partial maxillectomy or palatal fenestrations are recommended for the treatment of lesions that are bigger and infiltrated to the bone, while for the lesions that are clinically and radiographically asymptomatic, it is recommended to treat with only soft tissue excision.
In the master cast obtained from the primary impression the labial, buccal and palatal extension is established.
Examination of the literature reveals far more variation in defining palatal dimensions, including variously defined measurements of breadth, width, length, depth, and height of the palate and/or dental arcade (Table 1).
The inclination of upper incisors was evaluated using U1 to N-A (Angular), U1 to palatal plane angle and U1 to SN plane angle (Table 2).
As examples, single-rooted maxillary right second premolars with type IV canals are categorized as [.sup.1][15.sup.2] (Figure 2a), whilst double-rooted maxillary right first premolars with single canals in each of buccal (B) and palatal (P) roots are categorised as [.sup.2]14[B.sup.1][P.sup.1] (Figure 2b), clearly identifying the difference.
In a retrospective study, using the plates in early neonatal period seemed to decrease the requirement of the surgery, duration of hospitalization, and morbidity of palatal reconstruction (8).
Surgically assisted rapid palatal expansion is the treatment choice to overcome limitations of conventional RPE devices by osteotomy procedures in which the maxillary basal bone is separated from its main structures of the skull, allowing rapid expansion with mainly skeletal effects in adult patients [7-9].
Palatal tumors, especially those invading to the pterygoid fossa, are difficult to dissect and reconstruct after total resection.