retromolar

ret·ro·mo·lar

(ret'rō-mō'lăr),
Distal (or posterior) to the last erupted (or present) molar tooth.

retromolar

/ret·ro·mo·lar/ (-mo´lar) behind a molar.

ret·ro·mo·lar

(ret'rō-mō'lăr)
Distal (or posterior) to last erupted (or present) molar tooth.
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Other intraoral sites include the lip (particularly the upper), buccal mucosa, retromolar areas, and posterior third of the tongue.
Anatomic undercuts are found in the palatal area, cheek, retromolar area, remaining teeth, alveolar ridge, septum and anterior nasal aperture.
Don't forget the retromolar areas where the wisdom teeth were (numbers 1, 16, 17 and 32).
In India, 60% of oral cancers affect the buccal mucosa, lower alveolus, and the retromolar trigone together termed as 'cancer of gingivo-buccal complex.
Intraoral examination revealed the presence of a hard mass over the right retromolar area which eroded the oral cavity mucosa.
Intraorally a small swelling shaped like an unerupted tooth was visible on right retromolar region in contact with the distal surface of the first molar where the second and third molars were missing.
Los implantes fueron insertados post mortem en mandibulas de cerdo de tres meses de edad sobre la zona retromolar del hueso mandibular derecho, a nivel crestal del reborde.
Secondary extension into MS: deep spread of SCC from oropharynx or retromolar trigone, inferior extension of intracranial or skull base lesions.
Retromolar intubation, cricothyrotomy and retrograde intubation-definitive indications: Retrograde intubations are almost outdated and should only be attempted by expert anaesthesiologists.
00) BM: Buccal mucosa, RMT: Retromolar trigone, FOM: Floor of mouth Table 4: Age- and sex-wise distribution of SCC in present study Age in years Male Female Total (%) 0-10 0 0 0 (0.