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process

a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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distance from the gnathion after the aboral edge of the hard palate, CI--thickness of the incisor, IBW--width of the braincase, A--breadth of the upper ramus of the zygomatic process of the maxilla, and B--breadth of the zygomatic arch.
It articulates with the skull in two distinct places: 1) through the external optical process (Capitulum squamosum), supported in the ventro-caudal facet of the zygomatic process and 2) by the internal optical process (Capitulum oticum) that articulates with the cotyla quadrdtica and otici of the pro-optical and opisthotic bones, processes of homogeneous configuration amongst the species.
However, when purulent secretion extends to the highly pneumatized root of the zygomatic process, the pneumatized bone can be eroded and purulent secretion can accumulate within the temporalis fossa once there is penetration through the periosteum.
Grade Components A No evidence of surgery with mild prominence of temporalis B Slight depression of temporalis fossa C Marked depression of temporalis fossa with suggestion of zygomatic process D Atrophy of temporalis muscle E Atrophy with sliding/rooting of temporalis.
Posterior inferior to the root of the zygomatic process, in the prenatal part of squama, is the scutum.
The electrodes are positioned along the sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) nerve and the neurostimulator is affixed to the zygomatic process.