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premaxillary

 [pre-mak´sĭ-lar″e]
1. situated in front of the maxilla proper.

pre·max·il·lar·y

(pre-mak'si-lār'ē),
1. Anterior to the maxilla.
2. Denoting the premaxilla.

premaxillary

/pre·max·il·lary/ (pre-mak´sĭ-lar-e)
1. in front of the maxilla.
2. pertaining to the premaxilla (incisive bone).

pre·max·il·lar·y

(prē-maksi-larē)
1. Anterior to the maxilla.
2. Denoting the premaxilla.

premaxillary

1. situated in front of the maxilla proper.
2. incisive bone.
3. pertaining to the premaxilla.
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Determination of dietary adaptations of some extinct ruminants determined by premaxillary shape.
Premaxillary tooth band partially exposed when mouth is closed, tooth patches placed in contact with each other, but not confluent.
Most of the reports suggest the supernumerary tooth occurs most commonly in the maxillary arch, in particular the premaxillary region (95%), followed by mandibular premolar and maxillary molar regions [Zhu et al.
dentary, premaxillary, maxilla), pectoral spines, pharyngeal teeth, opercula and otoliths (Hamilton, 1961; Hansel et al.
1) separated the bones of jacks, groupers, snappers, tunas and barracuda (Sphyraenidae) from the Hanamiai site, Marquesas, into small, medium and large groups according to the size of the dentary and/or premaxillary.
Characteristics of Premaxillary Supernumerary teeth: a survey of 112 cases.
brunneus, with the premaxillary teeth in upper jaw slightly exposed (versus not exposed).
Facial malformations are due to abnormal development of the premaxillary segments of the face and result in arrhinia and midline facial clefts.