torus mandibularis(redirected from Mandibular tori)
a swelling or bulging projection.
torus mandibula´ris a prominence sometimes seen on the lingual aspect of the mandible at the base of its alveolar part.
torus palati´nus a bony protuberance sometimes found on the hard palate at the junction of the intermaxillary suture and the transverse palatine suture.
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man·dib·u·lar to·rus, torus mandibularis
an exostosis protruding from the lingual aspect of the mandible, usually opposite the premolar teeth.
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to·rus man·di·bu·lar·is(tōr'ŭs man-dib'yū-lā'ris)
A bony protuberance on the lingual aspect of the lower jaw in the canine-premolar region.
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to·rus man·di·bu·lar·is(tōrŭs man-dibyū-lāris)
Bony protuberance on lingual aspect of lower jaw in canine-premolar region.
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