nerve to mylohyoid

(redirected from nervus mylohyoideus)

nerve to my·lo·hy·oid

[TA]
a small branch of the inferior alveolar nerve given off posteriorly just before the nerve enters the mandibular foramen, distributed to the anterior belly of the digastric muscle and to the mylohyoid muscle.

nerve to my·lo·hy·oid

(nĕrv mī'lō-hī'oyd) [TA]
Small branch of inferior alveolar nerve given off posteriorly just before it enters mandibular foramen, distributed to anterior belly of digastric muscle and mylohyoid muscle.
Synonym(s): nervus mylohyoideus [TA] , mylohyoid nerve.

nerve to my·lo·hy·oid

(nĕrv mī'lō-hī'oyd) [TA]
Small branch of inferior alveolar nerve given off posteriorly just before it enters mandibular foramen, distributed to anterior belly of digastric muscle and mylohyoid muscle.
Synonym(s): mylohyoid nerve, nervus mylohyoideus.