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WHAT DOES MYLOHYOID MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Definition of mylohyoid in the English dictionary
The definition of mylohyoid in the dictionary is the mylohyoid muscle is one of two flat triangular muscles which run from the mandible to the hyoid bone and form the floor of the oral cavity. Other definition of mylohyoid is of or relating to the mylohyoid muscle.
The translations of mylohyoid from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «mylohyoid» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «MYLOHYOID» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MYLOHYOID»
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Practical Head and Neck Ultrasound
Sithniental region (Figure 1.5) The borders of the submental triangle are easily
defined on ultrasound. The floor is formed by the mylohyoid muscle, and the apex
of the triangle by the symphysis mentis, the base of the triangle being formed by ...
Anil T. Ahuja, Rhodri M. Evans, 2000
Mastery of Surgery
The posterior belly of the digastric and the stylohyoid muscles is innervated by
the facial nerve, and the anterior belly of the digastric muscle is innervated by the
mylohyoid nerve branch of the inferior alveolar nerve. This latter nerve is a
Josef E. Fischer, Kirby I. Bland, Mark P. Callery, 2006
Woelfel's Dental Anatomy
Rickne C. Scheid. Mandible, medial surface: Notice the important mandibular
foramen, as well as ridges, fossa, and processes. gwal] fossa is found just
superior to the mylohyoid ridge. b. Ramus of the Mandible: Lateral Surfaces
Refer to ...
Rickne C. Scheid, 2012
Anatomic Basis of Tumor Surgery
The floor of mouth is supported by a muscular sling composed of the mylohyoid,
geniohyoid, and hyoglossus muscles. The paired mylohyoid muscles extend from
the mylohyoid line on the inner surface of the mandible to insert on the hyoid ...
William C. Wood, Sean Moore, Charles Staley, 2010
Fibrous sling of digastric m. Mylohyoid raphe Internal laryngeal n. Greater horn of
hyoid bone Lingual a. 10. 11. 12. 6. 7. 8. 9. 13. 14. 15. the submandibular gland,
facial artery, facial vein, stylohyoid muscle, part of the hypoglossal nerve (XII), ...
Patrick W. Tank, John Charles Boileau Grant, 2012
Lasts Anatomy Regional and Applied
Lateral pterygoid Medial pterygoid Nerve to mylohyoid Superior constrictor
Temporalis Auriculotemporal nerve - External oblique ridge Mylohyoid Digastric
Submandibular fossa Marginal mandibular branch of facial nerve between the ...
Clinical Anatomy for Students: Problem Solving Approach
its posterior fibers form the anterior part of the roof of the digastric triangle.
Attachments (Fig. 69.3) The mylohyoid muscle is triangular in shape with wide
origin and narrow insertion. It takes origin from the entire mylohyoid line of the
Neeta V. Kulkarni, 2007
Principles of Dental Imaging
14-21A and 14-23). The location varies from the distal of the canine to the second
premolar area. It may be located at the apex of either premolar and may
resemble periapical pathology of pulpal origin or cementoma. MYLOHYOID LINE
Olaf E. Langland, Robert P. Langlais, John W. Preece, 2002
The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook: Your Self-Treatment ...
The mylohyoid muscles, also under the chin, refer pain to the tongue (not shown).
Digastric and mylohyoid trigger points are also one of the many causes of pain
when you swallow. Trigger point tenderness under the chin is often mistaken for ...
Clair Davies, David G. Simons, Amber Davies, 2004
Textbook of Complete Denture Prosthodontics
Mylohyoid muscle is stripped away and mylohyoid ridge is removed. Flap is
sutured at the crest. Denture or splinting with elongated lingual flange is fixed
with circumferential wirings. FIGURES 5.16A to C: Lingual sulcoplasty (Caldwell's
D. L. Sarandha, Sarandha D. L., Zakir Hussain, 2008
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MYLOHYOID»
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Revisiting the reline procedure may keep you out of trouble Part 2
Figure 5a shows the PVS wash material placed with a light viscosity in the soft tissue area, and a heavy viscosity placed onto the border in the mylohyoid and ... «Dental Economics, May 12»
Lingual mandibular sequestration with ulceration
He expands this theory to explain that the preponderance of cases is documented in the area of the mylohyoid line. The line represents the attachment of the ... «RDH, Feb 11»
Acupuncture Treats Sleep Apnea - New Research
... of the neck are of specific interest because they stimulate the genioglossus muscle (secondarily, the mylohyoid muscle) on deep insertion. «HealthCMI, Nov 10»
Unilateral Submandibular Gland Aplasia Associated with Ipsilateral …
... mass (broad arrows) in the right sublingual space located lateral to the genioglossus-geniohyoid complex and bowing the mylohyoid inferiorly (dotted arrow). «AJNR, Nov 06»
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