Mandible Muscle Anatomy at Anatomy

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Mandible Muscle Anatomy. It is also known as the strongest and the largest bone that is a part of the facial skeleton. (from stedman, 25th ed) concepts:

The Mandible Structure Attachments Fractures
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The four main muscles of mastication attach to the rami of the mandible and function to move the jaw (mandible). The primary muscles of mastication (chewing food) are the temporalis, medial pterygoid, lateral pterygoid, and masseter muscles. The mandible articulates with the neurocranium at the temporomandibular joints (tmjs).

The Mandible Structure Attachments Fractures

The stomatognathic system includes various anatomical structures, which allow the mouth to open, swallow, breathe, phonate, suck and perform different facial expressions. This is a muscle that’s involved in mastication. This little hole here, which you can see is a foramen. The mandible articulates with the neurocranium at the temporomandibular joints (tmjs).