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Figure 2: The hyoid triangle is formed by joining the cephalometric points retrognathion (RGN, the most inferior, posterior point in the mandibular symphysis), hyoidale (H, the most superior, anterior point on the body of the hyoid bone), and C3 (the most inferior, anterior point on the third cervical vertebra)

Figure 2: The hyoid triangle is formed by joining the cephalometric points retrognathion (RGN, the most inferior, posterior point in the mandibular symphysis), hyoidale (H, the most superior, anterior point on the body of the hyoid bone), and C3 (the most inferior, anterior point on the third cervical vertebra)