zygomatic bone

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The intense courses of treatments across the globe saw part of Samuel's cheek bone being replaced by bone from his hip.
A MAN was taken to hospital suffering from a fractured cheek bone and eye socket following an assault in Newcastle city centre.
The Hague, Dhu-AlQa'dah 16, 1434, Sep 22, 2013, SPA -- Dutch Princess Beatrix was in hospital with a broken cheek bone following a fall, the royal house reported Sunday, DPA reported.
His injury meant he has had to undergo surgery for a broken eye socket and a fractured cheek bone.
He suffered a badly-broken nose, three broken teeth, a possible fractured cheek bone, two black eyes and multiple bumps and cuts.
He was taken to the University Hospital, Coventry, where he was treated for a fractured cheek bone and an eye injury.
He was aged over 40, with olive skin and a mole on the right side of his face, near his cheek bone.
The driver was described as being over 40, with olive skin and with a mole on the right side of his face, near his cheek bone.
A MAN is facing custody after he was convicted of fracturing another man's cheek bone in an unprovoked attack.
The victim was treated in hospital for a fractured eye socket and a collapsed cheek bone after the attack, which happened outside The Promised Land on Windsor Place at 1.
The victim, a 30-year-old man, sustained a fractured cheek bone after being assaulted.
Mr Bird suffered a fractured cheek bone and required hospital treatment.
A 23-year-old woman from Naha suffered a broken leg, a 22-year-old man from the town of Yaese sustained a broken cheek bone and a 23-year-old man from Urasoe suffered a cracked hip joint, they said.
The court found that the officers who took no part in a doctor's decision to remove a bullet from the arrestee's jaw but not to treat a fracture of his right cheek bone, could not be held vicariously liable for the doctor's conduct.
Walton and his friends circled the block and followed the Accord to the parking lot of a local bakery, where Walton jumped out and, ignoring the driver's plea to stay back, struck the man in the face, fracturing a cheek bone.