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In human anatomy, the mandible's coronoid process (from Greek korone, "like a crown") is a thin, triangular eminence, which is flattened from side to side and varies in shape and size. Its anterior border is convex and is continuous below with the anterior border of the ramus. Its posterior border is concave and forms the anterior boundary of the mandibular notch. The lateral surface is smooth, and affords insertion to the temporalis and masseter muscles. Its medial surface gives insertion to the temporalis, and presents a ridge which begins near the apex of the process and runs downward and forward to the inner side of the last molar tooth.

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  • Apòfisi coronoide
  • Coronoid process of the mandible
  • Apófisis coronoides mandibular
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  • L'apòfisi coronoide és la protuberància posterior que neix de les branques ascendents del maxil·lar inferior. Serveix d'inserció al múscul temporal.
  • In human anatomy, the mandible's coronoid process (from Greek korone, "like a crown") is a thin, triangular eminence, which is flattened from side to side and varies in shape and size. Its anterior border is convex and is continuous below with the anterior border of the ramus. Its posterior border is concave and forms the anterior boundary of the mandibular notch. The lateral surface is smooth, and affords insertion to the temporalis and masseter muscles. Its medial surface gives insertion to the temporalis, and presents a ridge which begins near the apex of the process and runs downward and forward to the inner side of the last molar tooth.
  • La apófisis coronoide mandibular o proceso coronoide mandibular (del griego korone, "similar a una corona" o "o que se asemeja al pico de un cuervo") es una saliente triangular delgada, que es plana de lado a lado y posee una forma y tamaño variable. Su borde anterior es convexo y es continuo debajo del borde anterior del ramus. Su borde posterior es cóncavo y forma el borde anterior de la incisión mandibular. Su superficie lateral es suave, y permite la inserción del músculo temporal y el músculo masetero.
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  • Position of coronoid process in mandible
  • Position of coronoid process in skull
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  • processus coronoideus mandibulae
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  • L'apòfisi coronoide és la protuberància posterior que neix de les branques ascendents del maxil·lar inferior. Serveix d'inserció al múscul temporal.
  • La apófisis coronoide mandibular o proceso coronoide mandibular (del griego korone, "similar a una corona" o "o que se asemeja al pico de un cuervo") es una saliente triangular delgada, que es plana de lado a lado y posee una forma y tamaño variable. Su borde anterior es convexo y es continuo debajo del borde anterior del ramus. Su borde posterior es cóncavo y forma el borde anterior de la incisión mandibular. Su superficie lateral es suave, y permite la inserción del músculo temporal y el músculo masetero. Su superficie medial provee para la inserción del músculo temporal, y presenta un reborde que comienza cerca del apex del proceso y transcurre hacia abajo y hacia adelante hacia el lado interno del último molar.
  • In human anatomy, the mandible's coronoid process (from Greek korone, "like a crown") is a thin, triangular eminence, which is flattened from side to side and varies in shape and size. Its anterior border is convex and is continuous below with the anterior border of the ramus. Its posterior border is concave and forms the anterior boundary of the mandibular notch. The lateral surface is smooth, and affords insertion to the temporalis and masseter muscles. Its medial surface gives insertion to the temporalis, and presents a ridge which begins near the apex of the process and runs downward and forward to the inner side of the last molar tooth. Between this ridge and the anterior border is a grooved triangular area, the upper part of which gives attachment to the temporalis, the lower part to some fibers of the buccinator.
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