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Plate I

Figs. 1 and 2. Plate-model of mandible of human embryo 18 mm. in length (Keibel’s Collection, No. 1421). The original model is 50 times enlarged, and fig. 1 represents the model as seen from above and fig. 2 as seen from the right - both drawings reduced about one-fourth.


Figs. 3 and 4. Plate-model of mandible of human embryo 24 mm. in length. The original model is 50 times enlarged, and the drawings represent the right half of the model viewed from the outer and inner aspects, reduced about one-third.


Figs. 5 and 6. Plate-model of the right half of the mandible of a human foetus 95 mm. in length. The original model is 33 times enlarged and the drawings represent views of the outer and inner aspects reduced to one-third.


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Abbreviations

C. unpaired cartilaginous nodule behind symphysis.

Cu. accessory cartilaginous nodule.

Capit. mall. capitulum mallei.

Cart. Meckel. Meckel’s cartilage.

Cart. Reichert. Reichert’s cartilage.

Ch. ty. N. chorda tympani.

Cr. br. incud. crus brevis incudis.

Cr. long. incud. crus longum incudis.

Cr. coronoid accessory cartilage.

Cy. condylar accessory cartilage.

For. ment. foramen mentale.

Manub. mall. manubrium mallei.

N. auric. N. auriculo-temporalis.

N. facial. N. facialis.

N. mandib. N. mandibularis.

N. ling. N. lingualis.

N. ment. N. mentalis.

IV. mylo. N. mylo~hyoideus.

N. trigem. N. trigeminus.

Us. dent. Dentale.

Pros. Fol. processus Folianus (antr.).

Sy. symphysis.

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Reference

Low A. Further observations on the ossification of the human lower jaw. (1909) J Anat Physiol. 44(1): 83–95. PMID 17232830


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