Of, relating to, or located in the area of the zygoma: a zygomatic muscle. (adjective)
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Use "zygomatic" in a sentence
"Instead, they will be compelled to offer the benefits prescribed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, which are guaranteed to be both one-size-fits-all and anything but "basic" after the government accommodates all the pleadings of special interests from acupuncture to zygomatic arch reconstruction."
"Imagine having to have nine surgeries, including seven shoulder operations (complete tears of rotator cuffs, labrum tears), lower-back surgery for a slipped disk, fracture of zygomatic bone (under eye), a broken nose, three broken fingers, radial-nerve damage to the right forearm, a broken right toe, and a slipped disk in the neck."
"Can I check his zygomatic, ethmoidal, and nasal bones?"