zygomatic arch (zygoma) (zy-goh-mat-ik) n. the horizontal arch of bone on either side of the face, just below the eyes, formed by connected processes of the zygomatic and temporal bones. See skull.
zygoma (zy-goh-mă) n. see zygomatic arch, zygomatic bone.
zygoma (anat.) bony arch on each side of the skull. XVII. — Gr. zúgōma, f. zugón YOKE.
malar bone (may-ler) n. see zygomatic bone.
zygoma See ZYGOMATIC ARCH.
malar bone See JUGAL BONE.
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