Maxilla The Palatine Process
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- Tumors of the Hard Palate and Upper Alveolar Ridge April 22, 2011
- Apr 22, 2011 It consists of the palatine process of the maxilla, the horizontal plates of the palatine bone, and the pterygoid plate.
- Chapter 2
- portion of the maxillary bone, the palatine process. It forms the anterior CHAPTER 2 Face. 69.
- Proceedings of the Conference: Communicative Problems in Cleft
- In the center the oral cavity com- municates with the nasal cavity. At the edges of maxillary processes the palatine processes develop. (Sicher and Tandler.
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- Palatine process of maxilla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The palatine process of the maxilla (palatal process), is a thick, horizontal process of the maxilla.
- Facial Bone Anatomy
- Jun 24, 2011 The palatine processes of both maxillae articulate with each other in the midline and with the horizontal plate of the palatine bone posteriorly.
- The Palatine Bone - Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body - Yahoo
- The palatine bone is situated at the back part of the nasal cavity between the maxilla and the pterygoid process of the sphenoid (Fig. 167).
- Palatine process of maxilla - definition of Palatine process of maxilla
- palatine process. n. Either of a pair of horizontal plates of the upper jawbone that form the front portion of the roof of the mouth.
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