← Rest Art 3 Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Inferior Beneath; lower; the undersurface of an organ or indicating a structure below another structure; towards the feet. Lacerate To tear, as into irregular segments. Laceration A wound or irregular tear of the flesh. Lateral Toward the side. Length A vertical dimension. Ligate To tie or bind. Ligature A thread, cord, or wire used for tying vessels, tissues, or bones. Line of Closure The line that forms between two structures such as the lips or the eyelids when they are in a closed position and which marks their place of contact with each other. Major Restoration Those requiring a long period of time, are extensive, or require technical skill. Mandibular Suture A stitch used to hold the mouth closed; placed behind the lips, one part is passed around the inferior jaw at the median plane (while the other part expends through either the nasal septum or the superior frenulum). Medial Middle; nears the medial plane. Minor Restoration Those requiring a minimum effort, skill, or time to complete. Musculature Suture A stitch used to hold the mouth closed; placed behind the lips; part is passed through the muscles tangent to the inferior jaw (while the other part extends through either the nasal septum or the superior frenulum). Norm The most common characteristics of each feature; typical, common, average. Oblique Slanting or inclined, neither perpendicular nor horizontal. Opacity The state of being opaque. Opaque Not transparent or translucent; not allowing light to pass through a concealing cosmetic. Pancake A face powder cosmetic pressed into a flat cake. Paste A soft, moist opaque cosmetic with the consistency of dough and bound together with the aid of gum, starch, and water. If oils and fats are present, water is absent. Physiognomy The study of the structures and surface markings of the face and features. Pigment Powder A powder (usually composed of dry, pulverized pigments and talcum) employed to impart color to the skin. Plane A surface having very little curve (convexity); a level. Pores Minute depressions in the surface of the skin, as the openings of the sweat glands. Posterior Toward the rear or caudal end; toward the back; dorsal. Postmortem After death.