maxillary artery

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max·il·lar·y ar·ter·y

[TA]
primary artery of the infratemporal fossa; origin, external carotid; branches, first (retromandibular) part: deep auricular, anterior tympanic; second (infratemporal part: middle meningeal, inferior alveolar, masseteric, deep temporal, buccal; third (pterygopalatine) part: posterior superior alveolar, infraorbital, descending palatine, artery of pterygoid canal, sphenopalatine.
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max·il·lar·y ar·te·ry

(mak'si-lar-ē ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
Origin, external carotid; branches, deep auricular, anterior tympanic, middle meningeal, inferior alveolar, masseteric, deep temporal, buccal, posterior superior alveolar, infraorbital, descending palatine, artery of pterygoid canal, sphenopalatine.
Synonym(s): arteria maxillaris [TA] .
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max·il·lar·y ar·te·ry

(mak'si-lar-ē ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
Primary artery of the infratemporal fossa.
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Regge, "Pseudoaneurysm of the internal maxillary artery and Frey's syndrome after blunt facial trauma," Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
Speleman, "Internal maxillary artery pseudoaneurysm: a near fatal complication of seemingly innocuous pharyngeal trauma," Case Reports in Critical Care, vol.
Kathuria, "Pseudoaneurysm of the internal maxillary artery: a rare complication of condylar fracture," Craniomaxillofacial Trauma and Reconstruction, vol.
Narayanan, "Pseudoaneurysm of internal maxillary artery--an untold complication following distraction osteogenesis--a case report," Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
We achieved overall success rate of 87.5%, comparable to the international literature, which ranges from 71 to 100%.8 This is also comparable with the average success rate of trans-antral ligation of internal maxillary artery (IMA), which is 87%.9 Reembolization was done in 2 cases.
Hard palate necrosis after bilateral internal maxillary artery embolization for epistaxis.
Endoscopic ligation of the internal maxillary artery for treatment of intractable posterior epistaxis.
(16) Only one of our three patients (patient 3) experienced any significant vascular injury: a distal internal maxillary artery laceration that was detected and treated.
In this patient, the missile's trajectory went from posterosuperior (above the left zygomatic arch) to anteroinferior (left posteroinferior lateral nasal wall); angiography of his left external carotid artery clearly demonstrated an injury to the distal internal maxillary artery.
Following embolization of numerous branches of the right lingual artery and the right internal maxillary artery, a left common carotid arteriogram was obtained.

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