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Intramandibular course of the mandibular nerve; clinical significance for distraction and implantology
Lautner, N; Mccoy, M; Gaggl, A; Krenkel, C
REV STOMATOL CHIR. 2012; 113(3): 161-168.
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Gaggl Alexander
McCoy Mark R.

Abstract

Loss of teeth is accompanied with loss of function and therefore reduction of alveolar bone height. Insufficient bone height can jeopardize the anchorage of implants or surgical procedures such as distraction osteogenesis, because of possible mandibular nerve damage. The goal of this investigation was to determine the exact course of the intramandibular nerve in edentulous mandibles.


Useful keywords (using NLM MeSH Indexing)

Anatomy, Cross-Sectional

Dental Implantation, Endosseous/methods*

Humans

Jaw, Edentulous/surgery*

Mandible/anatomy*

histology

Mandible/innervation*

Mandible/pathology

Mandibular Nerve/anatomy*

histology*

Mandibular Nerve/pathology

Models, Biological

Molar/anatomy*

histology

Molar/innervation

Molar/pathology

Osteogenesis, Distraction/methods*


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