Inside the body of the bone is the large maxillary sinus.
The root of the maxillary tooth is relatively slender and arched lingually.
First, they use blades in their mouth called maxillary laciniae to tear into your flesh.
In addition, Archaeopteryx appears to have had only eight to nine teeth in its upper jaw (maxillary) bone, which is rather low for theropod dinosaurs, but similar numbers of maxillary teeth are present in species of Dromaeosaurus.
Isolated left maxillary teeth in labial (A; NRRU-A1959) and mesial (B) views (NRRU-A3630).
The maxillary crests of the southern bottlenose whale (H. planifrons) are more modestly developed.
Two different excretory organs are found among crustaceans: the antennal gland and the maxillary gland.
The maxillary sinuses reach their maximum size by about age 12, when all the permanent teeth except the third molars have erupted.
In mammals a secondary palate is formed by processes of the maxillary bones and the palatines, with the pterygoid bones reduced in importance.
The maxillary nerve courses through the cavernous sinus below the ophthalmic nerve and passes through the foramen rotundum into the orbital cavity.
The maxillary sinuses are largest in humans, in the higher apes, and in capuchin and howler monkeys; they are absent in baboons, lorises, and tapirs.
From the hindmost (maxillary) segment projects a head shield, or carapace, which in primitive forms is large and covers the thorax, leg bases, and gill chamber.
"That's something you would never do for someone with suspected maxillary fractures, facial fractures, which Ryan definitely did have from being shot in the face," Kim said.
Caterpillars of various moths in the families Lasiocampidae, Saturniidae, and Sphingidae have cold-sensing thermoreceptor cells in their antennae and mouthparts (maxillary palps).
The female’s ovaries, the male’s reproductive glands, the pericardial organs, and the maxillary Y-organs of decapods also produce hormones that function in the molt and reproductive cycles.
Abbreviations: dnt, denticulation; f, foramen; m.art, maxillary articulation; m.pr, maxillary process; n.pr, nasal process; pm.st, suture for the adjacent premaxilla; prj, projection.
Correspondingly, they are called the maxillary sinus, which is the largest cavity; the frontal sinus; the ethmoid sinuses; and the sphenoid sinus, which is located in the upper posterior wall of the nasal cavity.
The facial area includes the zygomatic, or malar, bones (cheekbones), which join with the temporal and maxillary bones to form the zygomatic arch below the eye socket; the palatine bone; and the maxillary, or upper jaw, bones.
Radical increase of the lips’ protrusive range requires systematic exercise of the maxillary fasciae, such as the depressor septi, orbicularis oris, depressor anguli oris, depressor labii inferioris, and the buccinator, circumoral, and risorius groups.
The face has 14 bones: a lower jawbone, known as the inferior maxillary, or mandible; 2 superior maxillaries, which make up the upper jaw and part of the roof of the mouth; 2 nasal bones, which form the bridge of the nose; the vomer, which forms the back and lower part of the nasal septum; 2 inferior nasal conchae (also called inferior turbinated bones); 2 malar, or zygomatic, bones, which form the cheeks; 2 lacrimal bones; and 2 palatine bones.
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The face has 14 bones a lower jawbone known as the inferior maxillary or mandible 2 superior maxillaries which make up the upper jaw and part of the roof of the mouth 2 nasal bones which form the bridge of the nose the vomer which forms the back and lower part of the nasal septum 2 inferior nasal conchae also called inferior turbinated bones 2 malar or zygomatic bones which form the cheeks 2 lacrimal bones and 2 palatine bones