Human head and neck Alveolar part of mandible

Symphysis. The body of the mandible has two surfaces, one external and one internal, and two borders, one superior and one inferior. To the right and left of the symphysis, near the lower border of the mandibleSymphysis. The body of the mandible has two surfaces, one external and one internal, and two borders, one superior and one inferior. To the right and left of the symphysis, near the lower border of the mandible
The mandible (Figures 14-12 through 14-23) is horseshoeshaped and supports the teeth of the lower dental arch. This. Alveolar part of mandible
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The facial bones The maxillaThe facial bones The maxilla
Each maxilla takes part in the formation of the orbital floor, the lateral wall of the nasal cavity and the greater anterior part of the hard palate. The two bones meet in the midline at the intermaxillary suture and form the lower margin of the. Alveolar part of mandible
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Condyloid process of mandible Mandibular notchCondyloid process of mandible Mandibular notch
Alveolar part of mandible
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Labs 6, 7, 8 Skeletal TissueLabs 6, 7, 8 Skeletal Tissue
Purpose: This lab exercise is designed to familiarize the student with the composition of compact bone, the bones of the skeleton, key structures (markings) of the bones and the knee joint. Alveolar part of mandible
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