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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.

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]
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Intraosseus COCs commonly occur with similar frequency both gnathic bones and majority of cases are found in the incisor and canine areas [8-10].
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.
Consequently, when a malfunction oc- curs within the TM joints or a maxillo-mandibular mal-relation exists, a compensatory response is elicited from the stomato- gnathic musculature.
Anomalies of dentition, oral and gnathic bones have been described.
Using a bullet format and incorporating histological images, he lists the clinical features, histopathologic criteria for diagnosis, differential diagnosis, use of immunohistochemical stains and other ancillary techniques, and relevant molecular tests for nonneoplastic and benign and malignant neoplasms found in the oral cavity, sinonasal tract, salivary glands, oro/hypopharynx/larynx, gnathic bones, ears, and soft tissues.
'Gnathic' is a word relating to which part of the human body?
'Gnathic' is a word relating to which part of Gloria Gaynor - see Question 10 the human body?
The central giant cell granuloma is a lesion of young people with most cases diagnosed before the age of 30 years.4 The mandibular/ maxillary ratio has been reported as being from 2:1 (Kaffe et al) to 3:1 (Whitaker & Waldron).6 Waldron & Shafer found a 0.17% inci-dence of this lesion in their review of 20,000 oral biopsies.7 In gnathic lesions, females are affected more frequently (2:1 ratio) than males.5
To what part of the body does the adjective gnathic refer?
plebeius B & G 0.20 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.
The first gnathic remains of Sudamerica: implications for gondwanathere relationships.