Medical Definition of Facies nasalis maxillae

1. The surface of the maxilla that forms part of the lateral nasal wall with a large defect (maxillary hiatus) posteriorly and the lacrimal sulcus in its midportion. Synonym: facies nasalis maxillae. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Facies Nasalis Maxillae

facies masticatoria
facies maxillaris alae majoris
facies maxillaris ossis palatini
facies medialis
facies medialis cartilaginis arytenoideae
facies medialis cerebri
facies medialis digiti pedis
facies medialis fibulae
facies medialis ovarii
facies medialis pulmonis
facies medialis testis
facies medialis tibiae
facies medialis ulnae
facies mediastinalis pulmonis
facies mesialis dentis
facies nasalis maxillae (current term)
facies nasalis ossis palatini
facies occlusalis dentis
facies orbitalis
facies palatina laminae horizontalis ossis palatini
facies patellaris femoris
facies pelvina ossis sacri
facies poplitea femoris
facies posterior
facies posterior cartilaginis arytenoideae
facies posterior corneae
facies posterior corporis humeri
facies posterior cruris
facies posterior fibulae
facies posterior glandulae suprarenalis

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