NBE Restorative 4

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Section 1

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Nasal Spine of the MaxillaThe sharp, bony projection located medially at the inferior margin of the nasal cavity
Nasal SulcusThe angular area between the posterior margin of the wing if the nose and the nasolabial fold
Naso-Orbital FossaDepression superior to the medial portion of the superior palpebrae
Natural Facial MarkingsThose that are present from birth; hereditary
Natural ShadowsAreas of color in the tissues normally darker than the adjacent area
Needle InjectorA mechanical device used to impel specially designed metal pins into bone

Section 2

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Negative MoldImage created and obtained from the body; impression mold
NeoplasmNew and abnormal formation of tissue, as a tumor or growth
Neutral ColorsAchromatic; white, black, grey
NevusA birthmark; congenital skin blemish; any congenital anomaly, including various types of birthmarks and all types of moles
NormThe most common characteristics of each feature; typical, common, avergae

Section 3

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NotchA relatively deep indentation, usually between two projections
ObliqueSlanting or inclined neither perpendicular or horizontal
Oblique Palpebral SulcusThe shallow, curve groove below the medial corner of the eyelids
OblongFrontal head form in which the head is long and narrow throughout
Occipital BoneLowest part of the back and base of the cranium, forming a cradle for the brain

Section 4

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Occipital Protrubrence The prominence at the center of the external surface of the occipital bone
Occipitofrontalis MuscleEpicranius; draws the scalp posteriorly and anteriorly and raises the eyebrows
Oil-Based CosmeticA coloring medium in which the pigments are combined with a petroleum product
OliveA yellow-tan of medium value with a greenish tinge
OpacityThe state of being opaque
Optic Facial SulciCrows feet; the furrows radiating from the lateral corners of the eye

Section 5

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Oral cavityThe mouth; the orifice containing teeth and tounge
OrangeThe hue obtained from a mix of red and yellow; a secondary color of pigments
Orbicularis Oculi MuscleCloses the eyelid; compresses the lacrimal sac
Orbicularis Oris MuscleCloses the lips
OrbitThe eyesocket, the orbital cavity

Section 6

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Orbital PouchBags under eyes, the fullness between the inferior palpebrae and the oblique palpebral sulcus
OrificeThe entrance or outlet of any body cavity; an opening
OriginThe attachment of a muscle which moves least when the muscle contracts; the beginning
OrnamentalAn adornment or embellishment; a cosmetic material manufactured for street wear; the technique of cosmetic application to beautify the face of a female
OvertoneA coloring modified by an overlying color; a color which visibly predominates more than general coloring; a wash

Section 7

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Palatine BoneThe bone which forms part of the hard palate of the mouth, part of the nasal cavity, and part of the orbital cavities
Palpebrathe eyelid
PancakeA face powder compressed into a flat cake
Parietal BonesSuperior portion of the sides and back of the cranium, as well as the posterior 2/3rds of the roof of the cranium
Parietal EminenceThe marked convexity on the outer surface of the parietal bones
PasteA soft, moist, opaque cosmetic with the consistency of dough and bound together with the aid of gum, starch, and water. If oil and fats is present, water is absent

Section 8

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Patch of hairA group of hairs of uniform length applied simultaneously as a method of hair replacement
Pathological ConditionsDiseased; due to a disease
Perpendicular Plate of the Ethmoid BoneSuperior portion of the bony nasal septum
Petroleum JellyA semi-solid, yellow mixture of hydrocarbons
Phenol (carbolic acid)An antiseptic/disinfectant employed to dry moist tissues and to bleach discolored tissues
PhiltrumThe vertical groove located medially on the superior lip

Section 9

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PhysiognomyThe study of the structures and surface markings of the face and features
PigmentA coloring matter that can be applied to an object when combined with some type of vehicle
Pigment PowderUsually composed of dry, pulverized coloring agents and talcum; employed to impart color to the skin
Pigment Theorythe Prang system
Pinna (ear)The auricle or projected part of the exterior ear
PlaneA surface having a very little curve (convexity); a level

Section 10

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Plaster of ParisCalcium sulfate; white powdery substance, which, with water, forms a quick-setting paste
PlatyrrhineA classification given to a nose which is short and broad and has a minimum projection
Platysma MuscleWrinkles the skin of the neck and chest, depresses the mandible and inferior lip
Platysmal SulciThe transverse, dipping furrow of the neck
PledgetA small ball, cylinder, or tuft, as of cotton

Section 11

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PlugAny device, as cotton, cloth, wood, etc. used to fill or close an opening
Point of EntryA place usually visible at which access to inner positions may be had; a pace where hypodermic needle may be inserted to pass into the same or another area
PoresMinute depressions in the surface of the skin, as the openings of the sweat glands
Post-EmbalmingTreatments of a restorative nature performed after the embalming operation
Positive CastThe image made from a negative mold
PosteriorToward the rear or caudal end; towards the back; dorsal

Section 12

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PostmortemAfter death
PowderAny solid substance in the state of fine, loose particles as produced by crushing or grinding
Powder AtomizerA device to blow powder onto a surface
Powder brushA device of hairs or bristles set in a handle; used to apply and remove powder
Pre-EmablmingTreatments of a restorative nature performed before the embalming process

Section 13

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Primary HueOne of the tree hues that can be combined to make all the other hues: red, yellow, and blue
Procerus MuscleDraws the skin of the forehead inferiorly
Professional PortraitPhoto or painting in which the subject has been posed and lighted in a flattering way by a professional photographer or artist
ProfileAn outline of the side view of an object, specifically the human head
PrognathismProjection of jaw or jaws
ProjectionThe act of throwing forward; a part extending beyond the level of surroundings

Section 14

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ProportionThe relationship of the size of one feature as compared with another feature or with the width or length of the face
Prosthetic DeviceAn artificial device used to replace a limb, appendage, or other body part
ProtrusionState or condition of being thrust forward or projecting
Protruding LobeThe rounded, anterior projection of the tip of the nose
PunctureA hole or slight wound resulting from a piercing

Section 15

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PurlpleA color between blue and red; a secondary hue of pigments
Purse String SutureA suture made around the circumference of a circular opening or puncture to close it or to hold the margins in position
PusSecretion from inflamed tissues; usually an opaque, cream-colored matter
PustuleA small elevation of the skin with an inflamed base, containing pus
PyramidA solid structure having a square base and four triangular sides that meet at a point

Section 16

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Quadraturs Labii Superior MuscleRaises the wings of the nose, deepens the nasolabial sulcus
Radiant Energyenergy traveling through space in the form of electromagnetic waves of various lengths
RadiateTo spread out from a common point
RamusThe vertical portion of the mandible
RaspberryA dark, purplish-red color

Section 17

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Rat-Tail CombA comb with a long, thin handle employed in curling hair
Razor BurnA darkened, air-dried area on the skin resulting from removal of the epidermis while shaving
ReblendTo redistribute of massage cream to insure a uniform density
RecessionA type of surface formed by the withdrawl of a part from its normal position
RectangularA 4 sided figure having 4 right angles

Section 18

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ReduceTo diminish in size, mass, or projection
ReflectionThe return of light waves from surfaces; the bending or folding back of a part upon itself
ReposeTo lay at rest
Restorative ArtThe care of the deceased t recreate natural form and color
Restorative WaxSurgery wax
RetrousseA nose which is turned up in the end

Section 19

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Risorious MuscleDraws the angle of the mouth anteriorly
Rod of the eyeThe long, rod-shaped sensory bodies of the retina of the eye responsive to light but not to color
RomanThe aquline profile of the nose
Root of the NoseThe apex (top) of the pyramidal mass of the nose which lies directly inferior to the forehead; the concave dip inferior to the forehead (profile view)
Round (infantine)A frontal head form in which the head exhibits maximum curvature

Section 20

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RimThe border, edge, or margin of a thing, usually of a circular or curving form, as the rim of the eyesocket
ROYGBIVAn acronym for the spectrum of life
RuddyRed complexion; having a healthy reddish color
SallowA yellowish, sickly color of complexion
SaturationA visual aspect indicating the vividness of the hue in the degree of difference from a gray of the same lightness

Section 21

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ScabA crust over a sore or wound
Scab OozingA crusted sore or wound that is exuding moisture
ScaphaFossa between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the shallowest depression of the ear
ScarletA bright red color inclining toward orange
SealerA quick-drying liquid that leaves a hard, thin transparent coat or layer through which moisture cannot pass

Section 22

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Sear/SearingTo cauterize tissues by heat or chemical in order to provide a dry foundation
Second degree burnThose resulting in acute inflammation of the skin and blisters
Secondary HueEqual mixture of two primary hues; (orange, green, purple)
Semi-OpaqueAlmost opaque; not transparent or transluscent

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