masseteric


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masseteric

adjective Referring or pertaining to the masseter (muscle).
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The shape changes between the sexes were recorded in the form of canines and carnassials, and significant changes were in the shape of the coronoid process, angular process and masseteric fossa (LM 5, 8, 9).
With the variables used here we can state that specialized SP have longer and larger upper canines, narrower skulls, longer dental series and lower mandible, and smaller fossae for temporal and masseteric muscles and shorter coronoid process, while less modified taxa are more similar to felids (specially to Neofelis), presenting the opposite pattern (Fig.
hyperostosis at the site of muscle attachment, in benign masseteric hypertrophy.
The simple reflex responses are the masseteric myotatic reflex (or jaw-jerk) and the silent period.
Therefore, the traits significantly affected by each QTL were also tested for significant association with each local region, the molar and incisor alveolar regions and the coronoid, condyloid, angular, and masseteric regions of the ascending ramus [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED] using the Phi coefficient and a one-way Fisher's exact test.
Hontanilla and Marre compared the results of using the hypoglossal nerve (n = 25) and the masseteric nerve (n = 21), using commissural displacement and contraction velocity as outcomes measures.
in their study presented 12 patients of masseteric VMs with a male to female ratio of 1:1.
Direct branch of external carotid: A masseteric artery.
Sites most commonly found to be fluorescent were the palatal complex, frontals and parietals of the skull, and the masseteric fossa of the mandible.
Finally the diagnosis was established to a foreign body lodged in the masseteric region.
This outflow increased when digital pressure was applied from the left parotid gland to the masseteric area.