Antapical plate

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In the Kofoid tabulation system, a plate at the antapex. Balech (1980) considered an antapical plate to be any plate bordering the sulcus but not touching the cingulum. Eaton (1980) defined as antapical plates those plates posterior to, and contiguous with, the postcingular series. We follow the first definition.