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masseteric

adjective Referring or pertaining to the masseter (muscle).
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Smyth, "Botulinum toxin treatment of bilateral masseteric hypertrophy," British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
The shape changes between the sexes were recorded in the form of canines and carnassials, and significant changes were in the shape of the coronoid process, angular process and masseteric fossa (LM 5, 8, 9).
nebulosa was also on the positive end of PC2, mainly due to a wider zygomatic arch, larger temporal and masseteric muscle advantage, longer temporal fossa and wider braincase.
hyperostosis at the site of muscle attachment, in benign masseteric hypertrophy.
The simple reflex responses are the masseteric myotatic reflex (or jaw-jerk) and the silent period.
Therefore, the traits significantly affected by each QTL were also tested for significant association with each local region, the molar and incisor alveolar regions and the coronoid, condyloid, angular, and masseteric regions of the ascending ramus [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED] using the Phi coefficient and a one-way Fisher's exact test.
(5,6) It was not until 1978 that Spira reported using the masseteric nerve to reinnervate the lower division of the facial nerve in 3 separate cases.
Effects of botulinum toxin type A on bilateral masseteric hypertrophy evaluated with computed tomographic measurement.
They increase in size when they are usually subjected to trauma, infection or when the involved muscle is used.2,3 In head and neck region; the common site for intramuscular VM is the masseter.1 Masseteric VMs have a common presentation pattern.4 Very few case series of venous malformations of the masseter have been published in literature.
The prevalence of odontogenic infection involving primary fascial spaces in descending order is submandibualr (28.2 Percent), submental (14.8 Percent), buccal (12 Percent) and sublingual (11.3 Percent).15 In the present study the also most commonly invoved space is submandibu- lar (28 Percent), bilateral submandibular sublingual and submental in combination (32.1 Percent), submandibular and submental in combination (14.2 Percent), buccal (7.1 Percent), masseteric (7.1 Percent) and isolated submental space (3.5 Percent).
The main branches of the maxillary artery within the infratemporal fossa are the middle meningeal, deep temporal, masseteric and inferior alveolar arteries.
edax based on several characters: interfrontal fontanelles; deep zygomatic plate with anterior border slightly concave and anterodorsal corner projecting as a short spine; mandible robust with coronoid process higher than the articular condyle; anterior margin of masseteric crest extending to the level of protoconid m1; molars large, prismatic and flat crowned, with penetrating flexi and flexids (Figs.