hypoconulid

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hy·po·con·u·lid

(hī'pō-kon'yū-lid), [TA]
The distal, or fifth, cusp of a lower molar tooth.
Synonym(s): distal cusp
[hypo- + Mod. L. dim. of L. conus, cone]

hy·po·con·u·lid

(hī'pō-kon'yū-lid) [TA]
1. The distal cusp of the lower molars.
2. One of the cusps of the talonid.
[hypo- + Mod. L. dim. of L. conus, cone]

hypoconulid

(hi?po-kon'u-lid)
The distal, or fifth, cusp of the mandibular first molar tooth.
See: hypoconid

hy·po·con·u·lid

(hī'pō-kon'yū-lid) [TA]
Distal, or fifth, cusp of a mandibular molar tooth.
Synonym(s): distal cusp.
[hypo- + Mod. L. dim. of L. conus, cone]
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Examination of the large tooth showed three additional cusps on buccal surface; a large distal cusp, a smaller mesial cusp and a smallest cusp between these two cusps.
with a Vernier Caliper as the perpendicular distance between the deepest cusp tip and a flat plane, that was laid on top of the mandibular dental cast touching the incisal edges of the central incisors and the distal cusp tips of the most posterior teeth in the lower arch as done by Braun et al5 and Braun and Schmidt.

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