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全文: "Musculus pterygoideus medialis"
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  • 福井 康人, 虎谷 茂昭, 小泉 浩一, 松本 真司, 林堂 安貴, 岡本 哲治
    日本口腔外科学会雑誌
    2009年 55 巻 11 号 580-584
    発行日: 2009/11/20
    公開日: 2012/08/28
    ジャーナル フリー
    An intramuscular lipoma is a deep-seated heterotopic benign mesenchymal tumor that originates in a skeletal muscle and infiltrates the adjacent muscle. It tends to recur after excision. This tumor is also referred to as “infiltrating lipoma" and differential diagnosis from well-differentiated liposarcoma is necessary.
    Intramuscular lipoma is very rare in the oral and maxillofacial region. We describe a case of intramuscular lipoma occurring in the musculus pterygoideus medialis or lateralis that spread to the infratemporal fossa in association with mental nerve neuropathy in a 59-year-old man. With the patient under general anesthesia, we excised the tumor, including the circumferential tissue. At the 2.5-year postoperative evaluation, numbness had improved, with no evidence of recurrence.
  • 鹿野 俊一, 山下 靖雄
    口腔病学会雑誌
    1999年 66 巻 3 号 262-269
    発行日: 1999/09/30
    公開日: 2010/10/08
    ジャーナル フリー
    Latin anatomical names ofFossaeandFoveaein the skeleton were analyzed and compared with Japanese anatomical names for better understanding of the structures of the human body and for possible revision in the future.
    The conclusions were as follows:
    1. In general, round excavations were calledFoveae (singular: Fovea), and nonround excavations were calledFossae (singular: Fossa) . Some shallow excavations for articulation and some shallow excavations with the names which indicate their contents were calledFoveaeeven though they were not round.
    2. Each name ofFossaecontained the word which indicates form, location or content ofFossa, the bone (or osseous structure) which articulates withFossa, or the muscle which is attached toFossa.
    3. Each name ofFoveae contained the word which indicates location, content or articulation ofFovea, the bone (or osseous structure) which articulates withFovea, or the muscle (or muscular trochlea) which is attached toFovea.
    4. The Japanese name which corresponds toFossa caninashould be changed from Kenshi (canine tooth) =ka (fossa) to Kenshikin (canine muscle) = ka or Koukakukyokin (levator anguli oris muscle) =ka.
    5. The Japanese name which corresponds toFossa pterygopalatinashould be changed from Yoku (wing) = kougai (palate) = ka (fossa) to Yokutotsu (pterygoid process) = kougaikotsu (palatine bone) = ka.
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