crista transversalis

cris·ta trans·ver·sa·lis

[TA]
a crest or ridge on the occlusal surface of a tooth formed by the union of two triangular crests.
Synonym(s): transverse ridge [TA], transverse crest (2)

cris·ta trans·ver·sa·lis

(kristă tranzvĕr-sālis) [TA]
Crest or ridge on occlusal surface of a tooth formed by union of two triangular crests.
Synonym(s): transverse ridge [TA] .
References in periodicals archive ?
GIT 767-10 bears a well-developed, quite thick, crista transversalis interna posterior near the posterior border.
Parallel to the antero-dorsal margin and in front of the crista transversalis interna anterior, a crista postbranchialis is developed.
The crista ridge, particularly the crista transversalis anterior and the crista longitudinalis, were also robustly stained with this procedure (Figs.