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A paired bone forming part of the palate of many vertebrates
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The pterygoid is a paired bone forming part of the palate of many vertebrates, behind the palatine bones.
It is a flat and thin lamina, united to the medial side of the pterygoid process of the sphenoid bone, and to the perpendicular lamina of the palatine bone.
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