Definition of Alveolar arch
1. Noun. The part of the upper or lower jawbones in which the teeth are set.
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Literary usage of Alveolar arch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1844)
"The time generally required to close a cleft of the alveolar arch, Dr. H. says, depends more upon the age of the infant than the size of the cleft. ..."
2. The Lancet (1839)
"In he month the tumour is seen extending over be whole alveolar arch and palatine plates »f the left maxillary and palate bones ..."
3. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1853)
"In consequence of the loss of the greater part of the alveolar arch, ... The separated portion of alveolar arch embraces the alveoli or sockets from the ..."
4. Archives of Otology (1905)
"The occurrence of mouth-breathing with a high palate, narrow and deviated alveolar arch, is most easily explained by the co-relation in the development of ..."
5. The International Journal of Orthodontia (1916)
"If it be admitted, that there is an increase in length of the anterior portion of the alveolar arch, as is believed by Blake, then the cause of this ..."
6. The Popular Science Monthly (1893)
"... proportionally stronger construction of the bases of support for the upper alveolar arch. In any skull this arch requires to be solidly connected to the ..."