retromolar

ret·ro·mo·lar

(ret'rō-mō'lăr),
Distal (or posterior) to the last erupted (or present) molar tooth.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ret·ro·mo·lar

(ret'rō-mō'lăr)
Distal (or posterior) to last erupted (or present) molar tooth.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Clinical staging was done by direct examination of the lesion and cross-sectional imaging if the tumour was close to bone or retromolar trigone or if doubtful nodes were present.
The intraoral examinaton revealed a bony enlargement extending from median mandible to the retromolar region, and inferior border of the mandible to the crestal marginal level.
(4.) Poletti L, Silvera AA, Ghislanzoni LTH.Dentoalveolar class III treatment using retromolar miniscrew anchorage.
Impaction is defined as a tooth which is prevented from completely erupting into a normal functional position, due to lack of space, obstruction by another tooth or an abnormal eruption path, inadequate bony length, and insufficient development of the retromolar space with the tooth either partly visible or in communication with the oral cavity or completely invisible.
have described a very rare localization of the tumor in the retromolar region of the mandible.
Transoral, retromolar, para-tonsillar approach to the styloid process in 6 patients with Eagle's syndrome.
The CTA evaluation led to the interpretation of FB as a posteriorly curved, metallic, linear FB extending to the right retromolar area along the soft palate.
When the implantation site for the oblique bone surface (such as zygomatic alveolar crest, retromolar pad, external oblique ridge, etc.), the implanting nails may slide along the periosteum within the mucous membrane, without entering the cortical bone and slipping off.
Physical examination demonstrated submucosal fullness of the left retromolar triangle with intact mucosa.
Tumors were located in the tongue in 52 patients (47.3%), the floor of mouth in 47 (42.7%), the gums in 6 (5.5%), and the retromolar space in 5 (4.5%).
This process originates on the temporal fossa floor and is connected to the medial face of the mandibular coronoid process, from the temporal crest to the surroundings of the retromolar trigone.