laterotrusion

(redirected from precurrent laterotrusion)

lat·er·o·tru·sion

(lat'ĕr-ō-trū'zhŭn),
The outward thrust given by the muscles of mastication to the rotating mandibular condyle during movement of the mandible.
[latero- + L. trudo, pp. trusus, to thrust]

lat·er·o·tru·sion

(lat'ĕr-ō-trū'zhŭn)
The outward thrust given by the muscles of mastication to the rotating mandibular condyle during movement of the mandible.
[L. lateralis, to the side, + L. trudo, pp. trusus, to thrust]

lat·er·o·tru·sion

(lat'ĕr-ō-trū'zhŭn)
Outward thrust given by muscles of mastication to rotating mandibular condyle during movement of mandible.
[L. lateralis, to the side, + L. trudo, pp. trusus, to thrust]

laterotrusion (lat´ərōtroo´zhən),

n the outward thrust given by the muscles to the rotating condyle or the condyle on the bolus side.
laterotrusion, precurrent,
n the laterotrusion in which the working side condyle is rotated as it is thrust laterally.
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