Human head and neck Lingula of mandible

Oral Histology Dr. Enas Fadhil Kadhim Temporomandibular jointOral Histology Dr. Enas Fadhil Kadhim Temporomandibular joint
The temporomandibular joints (tmj) are the two joints connecting the jawbone to the skull. It is a bilateral synovial articulation between the temporal bone of the skull above and the mandible below; it is from these bones that its name is. Lingula of mandible
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The MandibleThe Mandible
The mandible consists of a horseshoe-shaped body and a pair of rami. The body of the mandible meets the ramus on each side at the angle of the mandible. Lingula of mandible
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Outline Temporal and Infratemporal regions Dr. Bennett-Clarke General remarksOutline Temporal and Infratemporal regions Dr. Bennett-Clarke General remarks
The temporal and infratemporal regions are located superior and inferior to the zygomatic arch respectively. Lingula of mandible
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The temporomandibular joint (tmj)The temporomandibular joint (tmj)
Interposed be­tween the two bones is a fibrous articular disk, compartmentalizing the joint into two separate synovial-lined cavities. Several pairs of muscles attached to the mandible produce the move­ments necessary to suckle, ingest. Lingula of mandible
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