Retromolar trigone

The retromolar trigone is an oral cavity subsite that consists of the mucosa posterior to the last mandibular molar. It is roughly triangular shaped and extends superiorly towards the maxilla along the anterior surface of the mandible

Related pathology

Anatomy: Head and neck

Anatomy: Head and neck

Article information

rID: 37451
System: Head & Neck
Section: Anatomy
Tag: cases, cases
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Cases and figures

  • Case 1: squamous cell carcinoma
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