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articulare

 [ahr-tik″u-la´re]
the point of intersection of the dorsal contours of the articular process of the mandible and the temporal bone.

ar·tic·u·la·re

(ar-tik-yū-lā'rē),
In cephalometrics, the point of intersection of the external dorsal contour of the mandibular condyle and the temporal bone; the midpoint is used when a profile radiograph shows double projections of the rami.

articulare

/ar·tic·u·la·re/ (ahr-tik″u-lar´e) the point of intersection of the dorsal contours of the articular process of the mandible and the temporal bone.

ar·tic·u·la·re

(ahr-tikyū-lārē)
In cephalometrics, the point of intersection of the external dorsal contour of the mandibular condyle and the temporal bone; the midpoint is used when a profile radiograph shows double projections of the rami.

articulare (artik´yəlār´),

n the point of intersection of the dorsal contour of the mandibular condyle and the temporal bone.

articulare

the point of intersection of the dorsal contours of the articular process of the mandible and the temporal bone.

Patient discussion about articulare

Q. My son was diagnosed with baker's cyst. Is he in a risk group for other articular diseases? As far as I understand baker's cyst is a risk factor for other diseases. Is it true? Do we need to send him to some special screening tests?

A. Baker's cyst is not a risk factor for articular diseases in children. You don't need any special screening test. Statistically the cyst will disappear after a while.

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