Definition of Splenial. Meaning of Splenial. Synonyms of Splenial

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Definition of Splenial

Splenial
Splenial Sple"ni*al, n. (Anat.) The splenial bone.
Splenial
Splenial Sple"ni*al, a. [L. splenium a plaster, a patch, Gr. ???? a bandage.] (Anat.) (a) Designating the splenial bone. (b) Of or pertaining to the splenial bone or splenius muscle. Splenial bone (Anat.), a thin splintlike bone on the inner side of the proximal portion of the mandible of many vertebrates.

Meaning of Splenial from wikipedia

- The splenial is a small bone in the lower jaw of reptiles, amphibians and birds, usually located on the lingual side (closest to the tongue) between the...
- alveolar border, usually described as arising from a separate ossific center (splenial center), is formed in the human mandible by an ingrowth from the main m****...
- following items, most of which were incomplete: right and left dentaries and splenials from the lower jaw measuring 75 centimeters (30 in) long; a straight piece...
- of the splenial differs between the two species; in L. thaumastos it is bifurcated, whereas in L. maghrebensis the anterior end of the splenial comes to...
- of the jaw, on the upper edge, it is connected to all other jaw bones: dentary, angular, splenial and articular. It is often a muscle attachment site....
- callosum Multiple sclerosis with the Dawson's fingers sign Reversible splenial lesion syndrome – a rare encephalopathy of unknown origin with a transient...
- former genus, taking much note only of its large size and high number of splenial teeth. Taylor did not inform the curators of the Naturhistorisches Museum...
- have been fused to the braincase, while the lower jaw bones (dentary, splenial, angular, surangular, and articular) have been fused together into a unit...
- the occipital lobe Parieto-occipital, to the cuneus and the precuneus Splenial, or the posterior pericallosal branch, sometimes anastomoses with the anterior...
- shorter toothless portion and a less con****uous splenial. In particular, the extent of the splenial was probably similar to many other notosuchians,...
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