mylohyoid


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Related to mylohyoid: geniohyoid, mylohyoid nerve

mylohyoid

 [mi″lo-hi´oid]
pertaining to the hyoid bone and molar teeth.

my·lo·hy·oid

(mī'lō-hī'oyd),
Relating to the molar teeth, or posterior portion of the lower jaw, and to the hyoid bone; denoting various structures. See: nerve to mylohyoid, muscle, region, sulcus.
[G. mylē, a mill, in pl. mylai, molar teeth]

mylohyoid

/my·lo·hy·oid/ (mi″lo-hi´oid) pertaining to molar teeth and the hyoid bone.

my·lo·hy·oid

(mī'lō-hī'oyd)
Relating to the molar teeth, or posterior portion of the lower jaw, and to the hyoid bone; denoting various structures.
See: nerve, muscle
[G. mylē, a mill, in pl. mylai, molar teeth]

my·lo·hy·oid

(mī'lō-hī'oyd)
Relating to molar teeth, posterior portion of lower jaw, and hyoid bone; denoting various structures.
[G. mylē, a mill, in pl. mylai, molar teeth]

mylohyoid

pertaining to the hyoid bone and molar teeth.
References in periodicals archive ?
The submandibular space (SMS) is located below the mandible, inferior to the mylohyoid muscle and the inferior margin is the hyoid bone (Figure 15A).
Lianci Mu, Hungxi Su, Jun Wang, Yinshi Han, and Ira Sanders, "Adult Human Mylohyoid Muscle Fibers Express Slow-tonic, Alpha-cardiac, and Developmental Myosin Heavy-chain Isoforms," Anatomic Record.
According to a panoramic radiograph, (19) the mylohyoid groove anatomy, which frequently forms a bony canal and which sometimes starts from the mandibular canal, could mimic bifurcation.
The rostral part is long and narrow, located between the tunica mucosa of the mouth and the mylohyoid muscle, dorsally to the styloglossus muscle.
Its motor fibers get distributed by the mylohyoid nerve to the mylohyoid and the anterior belly of the digas-tric muscles.
Bu yolla agzin acilmasina katkida bulundugu dusunulen geniohyoid, digastrik ve mylohyoid kaslarin etkilendigi dusunulmektedir.
At the lingual side of the mandible, where the lesion was mostly expanded, elevation of soft tissues went as deep as the mylohyoid muscle.
4) Both the mandible and the maxilla are affected, with most cases found in the mandible, especially lingual to the prominent mylohyoid ridge.
In the middle of the mouth, it attaches to the geniohyoid and mylohyoid muscles at the base of the mouth (see diagram).
4 Other mandibular depressor muscles include the geniohyoid, mylohyoid, and the digastric muscles.
Vitti & Basmagian (1977) [18] aimed to analyze comprehensively intramuscular myoelectric activity of muscles: temporal, masseter, medial pterygoid, anterior belly of the digastric, mylohyoid and geniohyoideous in "normal" individuals with bipolar type electrodes "fine wire" during jaw movements, chewing and swallowing.