symphyseal


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sym·phys·i·al

, symphyseal (sim-fiz'ē-ăl),
Grown together; relating to a symphysis; fused.
Synonym(s): symphysic

sym·phys·i·al

, symphyseal (sim-fiz'ē-ăl)
Grown together; relating to a symphysis; fused.
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Does 2.5 cm of symphyseal widening differentiate anteroposterior compression 1 from anteroposterior compression 2 pelvic ring injuries?
The variables with the highest loadings along PCI were symphyseal knob length, the lengths of the first 2 anal-fin spines, and the length of the first dorsal-fin spine (Table 1).
Symphyseal separation, sacroiliac joint dislocation and transient lateral femoral cutaneous neuropathy associated with McRoberts' maneuver.
Miniplate fixation of fractures of the symphyseal and parasymphyseal regions of the mandible: a review of 218 patients.
Unlike in Trilophosaurus spp., the edentulous premaxillae and symphyseal portions of the dentaries are elongate.
However, this cannot always be achieved in cases with insufficient mandibular height and width in the symphyseal region, particularly in those cases with micromandible that need this treatment.
During the delivery of the head, the two assistant put the two knees together to prevent further symphyseal separation.
This supports biomechanical arguments that fusion strengthens the symphyseal joint during postcanine chewing and biting.
Upper jaw with recurved canine tooth on each side of diastema; symphyseal gap nearly equal to pupil diameter; outer row of 19 moderately large, forward-curving teeth on side of upper jaw; stout canine on each side at front of lower jaw (two adjacent teeth on right side) projecting strongly forward and slightly lateral; band of villiform teeth in lower jaw, outer teeth enlarged; few tiny teeth in chevron-shaped band on vomer; irregular row of very small conical teeth on palatines.
In a recent meeting at McGill University (Canada)1, a consensus was reached concerning the mandibular overdenture retained by two symphyseal implants.
The new tunnel technique involves soft tissue preparation prior to symphyseal (fibrocartilaginous fusion between two bones) block graft.
Todd and Todd (1938) described the sexual distinction as the male showing a symphyseal face bi-convex in outline and the female having an outline concave ventrally and convex dorsally.