CLASSICS 2MT3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Vagus Nerve, Palatine Uvula, Foramen

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Geniorrhagic: p. t. the rapid flowing of something from the chin. Dacryorrheic: p. t. the flowing of a tear. Mandibulomentum: the part of the chin involving the lower jaw. Costectatic: p. t. the distention of the ribs, p. t. the distention of a rib. Glossotropismal: p. t. the tendency to preferentially affect the tongue. Vagonectrocic: p. t. the death of the vagus nerve. Staphylopoiesis: the formation of the uvula. Monday, march 16, 2020: p. t. the surgical puncturing of a lens. Odontomaxilla: the part of the upper jaw involving the teeth. Mentostenotic: p. t. the narrowing of the chin. Mandibulopoietic: p. t. the formation of the lower jaw. Uraniscogram: a record of the palate. Rachiophagous: p. t. the ingestion of the spine. Uliatry: the healing of the gums. Maxillomandibular: the part of the lower jaw involving the upper jaw. Cerebellorrhaphy: the suturing of the cerebellum. Buccostomic: p. t. the making of an opening in the cheek. Rhinotherapy: treatment by means of the nose. Maxilloschistic: p. t. the splitting of the upper jaw.

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