Medical Definition of Ramus of the mandible

1. The mandible (the lower jaw bone) is shaped like a horseshoe. The back parts of the horseshoe that stick up are the two ramuses, or more properly, the rami of the mandible. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ramus Of The Mandible

ramus meningeus arteriae occipitalis
ramus meningeus medius nervi maxillaris
ramus meningeus nervi mandibularis
ramus meningeus nervi vagi
ramus meningeus nervorum spinalium
ramus meningeus posterior
ramus musculi stylopharyngei nervi glossopharyngei
ramus mylohyoideus arteriae alveolaris inferioris
ramus nervi oculomotorii arteriae communicantes posterioris
ramus nodi atrioventricularis
ramus nodi sinuatrialis arteriae coronaria dextra
ramus occipitalis
ramus occipitotemporalis
ramus of mandible
ramus of the mandible (current term)
ramus orbitalis arteriae meningeae mediae
ramus orbitalis ganglii pterygopalatini
ramus orbitofrontalis lateralis
ramus orbitofrontalis medialis
ramus ovaricus arteriae uterinae
ramus palmaris nervi mediani
ramus palmaris nervi ulnaris
ramus palmaris profundus arteriae ulnaris
ramus palmaris superficialis arteriae radialis
ramus parietalis arteriae meningeae mediae
ramus parietalis arteriae occipitalis medialis
ramus parietalis arteriae temporalis superficialis
ramus parieto-occipitalis

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