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submaxillary

 [sub-mak´sĭ-lar″e]
below the maxilla.

man·dib·u·lar

(man-dib'yū-lăr),
Relating to the lower jaw.
Synonym(s): inframaxillary, submaxillary (1)

submaxillary

/sub·max·il·lary/ (-mak´sĭ-lar″e) below the maxilla.

submaxillary

(sŭb-măk′sə-lĕr′ē)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the lower jaw: a submaxillary fracture.
2. Situated beneath the maxilla: the submaxillary salivary glands.
n. pl. submaxillar·ies
An anatomical part, such as a gland or nerve, that is situated beneath the maxilla.

submaxillary

[-mak′siler′ē]
Etymology: L, sub + maxilla
pertaining to the area below the maxilla, or upper jaw.

man·dib·u·lar

(man-dib'yū-lăr)
Relating to the lower jaw.
Synonym(s): inframaxillary, submaxillary (1) .

sub·man·dib·u·lar

(sŭb'man-dib'yū-lăr)
Beneath the mandible or lower jaw.
Synonym(s): inframandibular, submaxillary (2) .

submaxillary

Pertaining to the lower jaw. Under the MAXILLA.

sub·man·dib·u·lar

(sŭb'man-dib'yū-lăr)
1. Beneath mandible or lower jaw.
2. Denoting some ducts, fossae, ganglia, glands, lymph nodes, or a triangle of the neck, below the mandible.
Synonym(s): inframandibular, submaxillary (2) .

man·dib·u·lar

(man-dib'yū-lăr)
Relating to the lower jaw.
Synonym(s): inframaxillary, submaxillary (1) .

submaxillary,

adj situated deep to the maxilla.

submaxillary

below the maxilla.

submaxillary gland
the mandibular salivary gland.
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