coronoid process n.
The triangular anterior process of the mandibular ramus, giving attachment to the temporal muscle.
A bracketlike projection from the anterior portion of the proximal extremity of the ulna, giving attachment to the brachial muscle and entering into formation of the trochlear notch.
The coronoid process in Thrinaxodon sweeps upward posterodorsally at an angle oblique to the long axis of the ramus.
The mandible is slightly developed and has no angle or coronoid process.
When the deformity is once reduced, there is no tendency to its reproduction unless the coronoid process is also fractured.
coronoid process of mandible absent, or very feebly developed.
The zygomatic arch is usually slender or incomplete, and the coronoid process and angle of the mandible are commonly prominent.
There is a large development of the coronoid process of the mandible for the attachment of the temporal muscle.
The coronoid process is erect and rounded, and is joined by a horizontal ridge anteriorly.
The lower jaw is slender, nearly straight, and without a coronoid process or inflected angle.
Lower jaw slender, with the coronoid process small and sharp pointed, sometimes obsolete.
When the jaw was adducted, the coronoid process moved upward and inside the cheek.