|Bone: Mylohyoid line|
|Mandible. Inner surface. Side view.|
|Latin||linea mylohyoidea mandibulae|
|Gray's||subject #44 173|
Extending upward and backward on either side from the lower part of the symphysis of the Mandible is the mylohyoid line, which is the origin of the mylohyoid muscle; the posterior part of this line, near the alveolar margin, gives attachment to a small part of the Constrictor pharyngis superior, and to the pterygomandibular raphé.
- SIG at UWash Mylohyoid%20line
- SUNY Labs 25:st-0204 - "Anterior Triangle of the Neck: Bones"
- Anatomy at PSU skel/mandible2
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