retromolar

ret·ro·mo·lar

(ret'rō-mō'lăr),
Distal (or posterior) to the last erupted (or present) molar tooth.

retromolar

/ret·ro·mo·lar/ (-mo´lar) behind a molar.

ret·ro·mo·lar

(ret'rō-mō'lăr)
Distal (or posterior) to last erupted (or present) molar tooth.
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Ideally, there should be no interference of the teeth, the hamular notch or the retromolar pad into the distalloop of the tray.
Finally, the operator may use a retromolar approach for inserting the bougie therefore bypassing the tongue as with the other group of VL.
margin 5 SCC Buccal Grade III (high grade), LN mucosa involvement (4 LN) 6 SCC Retromolar Grade II, no LN involvement 7 SCC Floor of Grade II, no LN involvement mouth 8 MC Retromolar Grade III (high grade), LN involvement (5 LN) 9 SCC Lower Grade II, no LN involvement Alveolar margin 10 SCC Lower Grade II, LN involvement (2 LN) Alveolar margin No CD44 Treatment Relapse ng/ml 1 67.
Also I injected the sphenopalatine ganglion from the intraoral pathway in the maxillary, retromolar area about 1 inch deep, all using a 30-gauge, 1-inch needle.
The most commonly affected sites were lower alveolus, buccal mucosa and tongue, followed by other sites like lower lip, retromolar trigone G.
In this case a mandibular first right molar in a 6 year-old child was involved presenting on eating pain in the mandibular right retromolar area and causing dietary problems.
Clinical Characteristics of Study Cases Age, y/Sex Location Smoking History, pack-years Low-risk group 46/M Orbit 20 57/M Hypopharynx NS High-risk group 51/M Tonsil 20 53/M Tonsil NS 49/M Tonsil 50 35/F Tonsil/LN NS 59/M Retromolar 10 Negative group 46/M Anus Unknown 71/F Tonsil 20 58/M Tongue NS 68/F Tonsil 60 33/M Tongue 10 47/M Tonsil 30 Age, y/Sex Clinical Indication HPV Genotype Low-risk group 46/M [HIV.
This participant received a composite resection of the right retromolar trigone area and received little benefit from the supraglottic swallow maneuver in altering BOT, laryngeal, and upper esophageal opening physiology during swallowing.
In most cases, oral metastases involve maxilla and mandible rather than soft tissues, and according to Lim et al the most frequently metastasized site in jawbones was the molar area of the mandible, followed by the ramus, mandibular angle, retromolar trigone and condyle.
Pterygomandibular raphe--a fibrous band separating the oral cavity and the oropharynx that lies between the tonsillar pillar and the retromolar trigone.
We describe a new case in a 65-year-old woman with a history of endometrial carcinoma who presented with swelling of the retromolar pad.