Medical Definition of Os incisivum

1. The anterior and inner portion of the maxilla, which in the foetus and sometimes in the adult is a separate bone; the incisive suture runs from the incisive canal between the lateral incisor and the canine tooth; according to K. Albrecht, the os incisivum is further divided by a suture between the two incisor teeth on each side into two bones, the endognathion and the mesognathion. Synonym: incisive bone, intermaxilla, intermaxillary bone, os intermaxillare, os premaxillare, premaxilla, premaxillary bone. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Os Incisivum

os coccygis
os costale
os cuboideum
os cuneiforme intermedium
os cuneiforme laterale
os cuneiforme mediale
os ethmoidale
os femoris
os frontale
os hamatum
os hyoideum
os iliacum
os ilium
os incae
os incisivum (current term)
os intermaxillare
os intermedium
os intermetatarseum
os interparietale
os irregulare
os ischii
os japonicum
os lacrimale
os longum
os lunatum
os magnum
os malare
os metacarpale

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