Medical Definition of Facies distalis dentis

1. The contact surface of a tooth that is directed away from the median plane of the dental arch; opposite to the mesial surface of a tooth. Synonym: facies distalis dentis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Facies Distalis Dentis

facies cerebralis
facies colica splenis
facies costalis
facies costalis pulmonis
facies costalis scapulae
facies cruralis anterior
facies cruralis posterior
facies cubitalis anterior
facies cubitalis posterior
facies diaphragmatica
facies digitalis dorsalis
facies digitalis palmaris
facies digitalis plantaris
facies digitalis ventralis
facies distalis dentis (current term)
facies dolorosa
facies dorsalis
facies dorsalis ossis sacri
facies dorsalis scapulae
facies externa
facies externa ossis frontalis
facies externa ossis parietalis
facies facialis dentis
facies femoralis anterior
facies femoralis posterior
facies gastrica splenis
facies glutea ossis ilii
facies inferior cerebri
facies inferior hemispherii cerebelli

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