intraligamentary

intraligamentary

/in·tra·lig·a·men·ta·ry/ (-lig″ah-men´tah-re) intraligamentous.

intraligamentary

(ĭn″tră-lĭg″ă-mĕn′t-ă-rē) [″ + ligamentum, a binding]
Within the folds of a ligament; usually used in referring to fibroid tumors or cysts of the ovary that have grown within the broad ligament.

intraligamentary (in´trəligəmen´-tərē),

adj within a ligament.
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3%) whereas intraligamentary was the most frequently used supplemental local anesthesia technique (37.
The diagnosis of intraligamentary extrauterine pregnancy is an enigma to the diagnostic acumen of the clinicians.
Preoperative identification of feeding or draining vessels arising from the myometrium could be helpful in distinguishing an intraligamentary leiomyoma from a retroperitoneal tumor.
There are a number of alternatives to the inferior alveolar nerve block including intraligamentary anaesthesia and intraosseous injections [Meechan, 2002].
Anesthesia was accomplished for both teeth painlessly, using the N-tralig syringe for intraligamentary anesthesia (Miltex) and Septocaine 4% w/epinephrine 1:100,000 (Septodont).
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The objective of this study was to compare the mean postoperative endodontic pain using prophylactic intraligamentary injection of piroxicam and lignocaine in teeth with irreversible pulpitis.
The Wand injections were either (i) intraligamentary, (ii) palatal or (iii) buccal- anterior middle superior alveolar.
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14 Some inves-tigations have suggested the vasoconstrictors in intraligamentary injection are responsible for dry socket.
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The specific product segments analyzed are Anesthesia Syringes, Angiographic Syringes, Aspirating Syringes, Blood Gas Syringes, Catheter Syringes, Dental Syringes, Ear Syringes, Hypodermic Syringes, Insulin Syringes, Intraligamentary Syringes, and Irrigating Syringes.