coronoid process

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  • noun

Synonyms for coronoid process

a sharp triangular process projecting from a bone

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Le t condyle, coronoid process, and angular process were preserved.
Lower jaw with outer row of 4-5 curved, enlarged, spaced canines reaching to bend of dentary, several irregular inner rows of slightly curved caniform teeth half size of outer, becoming reduced in size and less curved posteriorly and tapering to form single row of straight conical teeth at beginning of coronoid process; innermost row of enlarged slightly curved teeth at symphysis, increasing in size along jaw (equal in size to outermost row just behind bend of dentary, then gradually decreasing in size to dorsal tip of coronoid process (becoming equal in size to teeth in inner rows).
The insertion is contiguous with the sublime tubercle of the coronoid process; any fluid signal or contrast seen between the distal fibers of the anterior band of the medial collateral ligament and the sublime tubercle should be considered abnormal.
Twenty-nine available patients (76%) from 37 identified with "terrible triad" injury patterns, including ulnohumeral dislocation, radial head fracture, and coronoid fracture, were available for a minimum 1-year follow-up (mean, 27 months).
Description--The left lower jaw (TERA-154; Table 1) is missing the anterior portion of the ascending ramus, coronoid process, and condyloid process (Figs.
In the mandible, they have been reportedly found in the symphysis, body, angle, coronoid process, and the condylar neck.
39) It courses anteriorly from the anteroinferior surface of the epicondyle and attaches to the medial edge of the coronoid process.
Anteriorly, the coronoid process of the proximal ulna articulates with the coronoid fossa of the distal humerus.
The temporalis muscle originates along the temporal line and occupies the temporal fossa before it attaches to the coronoid process of the mandible.
Depending on the extent of involvement, the condyle, glenoid fossa, coronoid process, ramus, and even the mandibular body may be absent.
Bony stability is provided by the coronoid in flexion and by the olecranon and the radiocapitellar joint in extension.
The portal passes through the ECRB and supinator and creates a view of the medial capsule, coronoid, and trochlea.
The ball penetrated the skin just below the right zygomatic arch overlying the coronoid process of the mandible.
The bundle originates on the anteroinferior aspect of the medial epicondyle and inserts onto the medial aspect of the coronoid process.