Definition of Masseteric. Meaning of Masseteric. Synonyms of Masseteric

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Definition of Masseteric

Masseteric
Masseteric Mas`se*ter"ic, a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the masseter.

Meaning of Masseteric from wikipedia

- The m****eteric nerve p****es laterally, above the pterygoideus externus, in front of the temporomandibular articulation, and behind the tendon of the temporalis;...
- M****eteric is an adjective meaning "of or pertaining to the M****eter muscle", such as: M****eteric artery M****eteric nerve...
- The m****eteric artery is small and p****es laterally through the mandibular notch to the deep surface of the m****eter muscle, which it supplies. It anastomoses...
- The m****eteric fascia (parotideom****eteric fascia) is a strong layer of fascia derived from the deep cervical fascia on the human head and neck. It covers...
- p****age of the m****eteric nerve (a branch of the mandibular nerve (V3) division of the trigeminal nerve), m****eteric artery and m****eteric vein. Position...
- packs. Occasionally pilocarpine can be used to help resolve the swelling. M****eteric hypertrophy (enlargement of the m****eter muscle’s volume) can present...
- heads of origin of this muscle and enters the fossa. Branches include: M****eteric artery Pterygoid branches Deep temporal arteries (anterior and posterior)...
- (motor) meningeal branch (a sensory nerve) From the anterior division m****eteric nerve (motor) deep temporal nerves, anterior and posterior (motor) buccal...
- the temporomandibular joint is derived from the auriculotemporal and m****eteric branches of V3 or mandibular branch of the trigeminal nerve. These are...
- facial nerve transfer. In 1989, Zuker et al. suggested the use of the m****eteric nerve as possible donor nerve for innervation of the transplanted muscle...
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