anterior border

an·te·ri·or bor·der

[TA]
the ventral or most forward margin of a structure.

an·te·ri·or bor·der

(an-tērē-ŏr bōrdĕr) [TA]
Ventral or most forward margin of a structure.
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It is an inverted triangle the base of which is formed by the 12th rib and the lower edge of serratus posterior inferior muscle, anteriorly bounded by the posterior border of internal oblique muscle, posteriorly bounded by the anterior border of sacrospinalis muscle.
The specimens represent the characters of the Siwalik early hipparionineSivalhippus nagriensis: anterostyle elongated in P2, increasing crown height of maxillary teeth with multiple plications on the posterior border of prefossette and the anterior border of postfossettes, bifid to trifid plicaballins, oval protocone flattened lingually and rounded labially, and hypoglyph deeply incised (Hussain, 1971; MacFadden and Woodburne, 1982; Bernor and Hussain, 1985; Wolf et al.
Relationship of the distal part of the crown of the third molar tooth with the anterior border of ramus was categorized into 3 classes as described by mentioned by Pell and Gregory.
Physical examination revealed two cervical openings located at the anterior border of the bilateral sternocleidomastoid (SCM) muscles at the level of the hyoid bone.
sup][4],[6],[14] In human anatomy, the lingual artery gives rise to the sublingual artery at the anterior border of the hyoglossus muscle.
Fourth, AVM was located on the anterior border of the middle lobe was small.
43) The fascia along the anterior border of the sartorius is incised in line with its fibers, extending from its insertion on the tibia to approximately 5 cm proximal to the joint line.
The ventral face is convex-to-flat and bears undeveloped and semi-elliptical articulations for the chevron in the anterior border.
Central tubercle thick, sharpened forward, slightly arched and reaching the anterior border of the head.
Radiographic evaluation of the patient with X-ray revealed a 13 x 6 cm radiopaque mass extending from the anterior border of acetabulum to the trochanter minor medially and the trochanter major laterally (Figure 1).
0), anterior border slightly curved, with margin clearly elevated, surface slightly convex at center, covered with punctures, glabrous.

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