temporozygomatic


temporozygomatic
Relating to the temporal and zygomatic bones or regions. SYN: temporomalar.

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tem·po·ro·zy·go·mat·ic (tem″pə-ro-zi″go-matґik) pertaining to the temporal and zygomatic bones, or to the region of the zygomatic arch.

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