Definition of Mastoids

1. Noun. (plural of mastoid) ¹



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Definition of Mastoids

1. mastoid [n] - See also: mastoid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mastoids

mastoid lymph nodes
mastoid margin of occipital bone
mastoid notch
mastoid part of the temporal bone
mastoid process
mastoid processes
mastoid sinuses
mastoid wall of middle ear
mastoidal
mastoidale
mastoidectomies
mastoidectomy
mastoiditides
mastoiditis
mastoiditises
mastoids (current term)
mastology
mastoncus
mastoparan
mastoparans
mastoparietal
mastopathy
mastopexies
mastopexy
mastoplasia
mastoplasties
mastoplasty
mastoptosis
mastorrhagia
mastosquamous

Literary usage of Mastoids

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1. United States Army X-ray Manual by United States Surgeon-General's Office (1918)
"SINUSES AND mastoids Technique for mastoids.—It is necessary to make an examination of both mastoids. This may be done on one 8 by 10 plate, ..."

2. Indian Village Site and Cemetery Near Madisonville, Ohio by Earnest Albert Hooton, Charles Clark Willoughby (1920)
"Fuller found 55 per cent of his Tennessee Stone Grave males with mastoids of medium size, and the remainder equally divided between sub-medium and large. ..."

3. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington by Biological Society of Washington, Smithsonian Institution (1908)
"This form may be distinguished from both arenaria» and xi<-<-ux by its relatively small mastoids. Specimens from Magdelena Island, which lies near Margarita ..."

4. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1857)
"... abut externally against the mastoids, and are thus connected with the largely developed so-called " parietals." These " parietals" not only form a large ..."

5. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1857)
"... mastoids, and are thus connected with the largely developed so-called " parietals." These " parietals" not only form a large part of the cranial and ..."

6. American Journal of Roentgenology by American Radium Society (1921)
"His experience in roentgenology of mastoids is probably the largest in the country and the plates here published have been selected as among the best, ..."

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