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Granollers Torrens, M.; Berini Aytés, Leonardo; Gay Escoda, Cosme (1997)
Publisher: Dips Rocas
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Subjects: Nerves, Odontologia, Anatomy, Dentistry, Anatomia, Nervis
La correcta identificación del conducto dentario inferior o conducto mandibular, por el que discurre el nervio dentario inferior, es esencial cuando se precisa realizar cualquier intervención de Cirugía Bucal en la región mandibular posterior. En este artículo se revisa la literatura publicada referida a la anatomía del nervio dentario inferior y se relaciona con las diferentes técnicas de diagnóstico por la imagen (radiología y tomografía) así como con la disección anatómica de mandíbulas de cadáver, lo que nos permite conocer las variaciones en cuanto a la morfología, el recorrido del nervio dentario inferior por el interior de la mandíbula y sus relaciones con las diversas estructuras con las que entra en contacto.
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