alisphenoid


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al·i·sphe·noid

(al-i-sfē'noyd),
Relating to the greater wing of the sphenoid bone.
[L. ala, + sphēn, wedge]

al·i·sphe·noid

(al'i-sfē'noyd)
Relating to the greater wing of the sphenoid bone.
[L. ala, + sphēn, wedge]

alisphenoid

The greater wing of the SPHENOID BONE.

alisphenoid

the bone forming in the middle region of the cranium of mammals.

al·i·sphe·noid

(al'i-sfē'noyd)
Relating to the greater wing of the sphenoid bone.
[L. ala, + sphēn, wedge]
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The carotid circulation is primitive, an alisphenoid strut is present, and the subsquamosal fenestra is large (but smaller than the postglenoid foramen).
comm.) and on the distinctive morphology, including carotid circulation (pattern 3 of Voss, 1988), presence of alisphenoid strut, developed jugal, and very large orbicular apophisis of malleus (MZUSP specimens from Brasilia, Brazil, collected by A.
Buccinator foramen--without medial wall, open below pterygoid (1); with a bony shelf on foramen floor beside alisphenoid (2); with a shelf and medial wall or partial wall enclosing foramen (3).
longilingua include the size of the posterior opening of the alisphenoid canal, which in CBF 7620 is larger across than the strut of bone separating it from the foramen ovale accessorius, whereas it is about half as long in R.