Cassandra and Cassandra sarcoma clinical features most common in the anterior maxilla and posterior mandible. How can we remember these two sites? Let's look at the two words Condor, oma and Condor sarcoma. They both start with ch, ch. Now the first ch we're going to assume that it stands for chop. Now when you want to chop some kind of food, you will chop it with anterior maxillary teeth.
This will give you anterior maxima. Okay, now the other ch and condors are coma will stand for two. Now, when you two you use your Wisteria, mandible, you move your mandible, any two using the CRT, which gives you boost to your mandible so conjure oma and Contra sarcoma, chop, and two with anterior and maxilla and posterior mandible