mandibular torus

man·dib·u·lar to·rus

, torus mandibularis
an exostosis protruding from the lingual aspect of the mandible, usually opposite the premolar teeth.

man·dib·u·lar to·rus

, torus mandibularis (man-dibyū-lăr tōrŭs, man-dibyū-lāris)
Exostosis protruding from lingual aspect of mandible, usually opposite premolar teeth.
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The most used intraoral sites for obtaining bone graft blocks are the mandibular symphysis region and the mandibular ramus (Reininger et al., 2016), although others such as the zygomatic bone region and the maxillary or mandibular torus have also been reported (Hassan et al., 2015; Sakkas et al., 2016).
Mandibular torus. A synthesis of new and previously reported data and a discussion of its cause.
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