gnathic


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gnathic

 [nath´ik]
pertaining to the jaw or cheeks.

gnath·ic

(nath'ik),
Relating to the jaw or alveolar process.
[G. gnathos, jaw]

gnathic

(năth′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the jaw.

gnathic

[nath′ik]
Etymology: L, gnathos, jaw
pertaining to the jaw or cheek.

gnath·ic

(nath'ik)
Relating to the jaw or alveolar process.
[G. gnathos, jaw]

gnath·ic

(nath'ik)
Relating to jaw or alveolar process.
[G. gnathos, jaw]

gnathic

pertaining to the jaw or cheeks.
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Abbreviations: ab = auditory bulla; ag = angular process; c = coronoid process; cj = capsular projection; cp = condyloid process; f = foramen magnum; f = frontal; fc = frontal crest; fs = frontal sinuse; gc = glenoid cavity; gp = gnathic process; i = incisor; if = infraorbital foramen; ju = jugal; ly = lacrimal; m = malleus; M = molar; ms = maseteric scar; ms = mesopterygoid fossa; n = nasal; o = occipital; pm = premaxillary; pp = parapterygoid plate; pt = pterygoids; sq = squamosal; sr = squamosal ridge; tt = tegmen tympani; z = zygomatic plate.
These less-frequent patterns are reported to be more common in the calvarium and gnathic bones (39,40) and may result from local factors, such as different structural characteristics of affected bones.
To what part of the body does the adjective gnathic refer?
20 Anterior 1856; J & G scales 1882; J & E slightly 1896a smaller than poste- rior ones Isthmus Species Labial and gnathic morphology width A.
Osteosarcoma of the gnathic bones represents 6 to 8% of all osteosarcomas.
Macroscopically, gnathic osteosarcomas are gritty and tan-white, and depending on the matrix mineralization, they may exhibit a marble-like cut surface.
One of the most common subtypes of gnathic osteosarcoma is chondroblastic osteosarcoma, which is made up of malignant, osteoid-producing cells with admixed islands and lobules of malignant cartilaginous or chondrosarcomatous tissue (figure 2).
Gnathic osteosarcomas: A 10-year multi-center demographic study.
The first gnathic remains of Sudamerica: implications for gondwanathere relationships.
Ameloblastomas are locally aggressive gnathic tumors with a high propensity for recurrence.
The 430-page book covers tumors of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses, nasopharynx, hypopharynx, larynx and trachea, oral cavity and oropharynx, salivary glands, gnathic and odontogenic regions, ear and temporal bone, and the paraganglionic system.
Ameloblastomas are locally aggressive gnathic tumors that have a high propensity for recurrence.