British Journal of Dental Science, Band 44

Oxford House., 1901

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Seite 819 - ... of the motion is also preserved by the shape of an intermediate cartilage. " In this joint there is a moveable cartilage, which, though common to both condyle and cavity, ought to be considered rather as an appendage of the former than of the latter, being more closely connected with it, so as to accompany it in its motion along the common surface of both the cavity and eminence. This cartilage is nearly of the same dimensions with the condyle, which it covers ; is hollowed on its inferior surface...
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Seite 833 - The three years of instruction in Mechanical Dentistry, or any part of them, may be taken by the Dental Student either before or after his registration as a Student ; but no year of such Mechanical instruction shall be counted as one of the four years of Professional Study unless taken after registration.
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