coronoid meaning

Pronunciation:   "coronoid" in a sentence
/korˈə-noid or ko-rōˈnoid/ (anatomy)
  adjective
  Like a crow's bill, as in the coronoid process of the lower jaw or the upper end of the ulna
  ORIGIN: Gr korōnē a crow, and eidos form, shape

[Medicine]
adj : of, relating to, or indicating the coronoid process or coronoid fossa ‹coronoid teeth›

Examples

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  1. some features of boundary vertices of coronoid systems
  2. The plate continues to the rear into a high coronoid process.
  3. The coronoid process of the lower jaw is strongly protruding.
  4. The palate also has teeth, with rows on the ectopterygoid, coronoid.
  5. The coronoid process of the surangular bone is low.

Related Words

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  2. coronis meaning
  3. coronitis meaning
  4. coronium meaning
  5. coronograph meaning
  6. coronoid fossa meaning
  7. coronoid process meaning
  8. coronoid process of the mandible meaning
  9. coronoidectomy meaning
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