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Identify Anatomy

Radiology POS 813

avulsion the complete displacement of a tooth from alveolar bone
incipient small; beginning to exist or appear
lamina dura the wall of the tooth socket that surrounds the root of the tooth
alveolar bone bone that supports and encases the roots of the teeth
body of the manible horizontal, u shaped portion that extends from ramus to ramus
coronoid process prominence of bone on the anterior ramus of the mandible
external oblique ridge linear prominence of bone located on the external surface of the body of the mandible
incisive foramen opening or hole in the bone behind the maxillary central incisors
interradicular between the roots
mental foramen opening or hole in bone located under the mandibular premolar
nasal septum vertical bony wall that divides the nasal cavity into the right and left nasal fossae
torus a bony growth in the oral cavity, plural tori
Created by: mdeose1