Assezat triangle

As·sé·zat tri·an·gle

(ah-sā-zah'),
a triangle formed by lines connecting the nasion with the alveolar and nasal points; used to indicate prognathism in comparative craniology.

As·sé·zat tri·ang·le

(ah-sā-zah' trī'ang-gĕl)
An area formed by lines connecting the nasion with the alveolar and nasal point; used to indicate prognathism in comparative craniology.

Assézat,

Jules, French anthropologist, 1832-1876.
Assézat triangle - a triangle formed by lines connecting the nasion with the alveolar and nasal point; used to indicate prognathism in comparative craniology.

As·sé·zat tri·ang·le

(ah-sā-zah' trī'ang-gĕl)
Area formed by lines connecting the nasion with the alveolar and nasal points; used to indicate prognathism in comparative craniology.
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