palatine suture


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palatine suture

A suture between the palatine bones.
See also: suture
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Table 3: Characteristics of relationship (position/angulation and distance travelled) between median palatine suture and maxillary transmigrant canine.
On the front end of a median palatine suture, behind alveolus of incisors, is located the incisory aperture, foramen incisivum (the nerves with the same name and vessels pass through it), conducting into incisory channel, canalis incisivus.
Our experience shows that, patients with nasal septum deformations combined with DMA after surgical correction and osteotomy of the nasal crest of a palatal shoot of the top jaw orthodontic disclosing of a palatine suture occurs several times faster and anomaly relapses of dento-maxillary systems decrease considerably.
INC x SR--length of the median palatine suture, the anterior portion of hard palate.
GPFr x GPFl--length between the right(r) and left (l) GPF, (length of the transverse palatine suture).