mandibular canal


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man·dib·u·lar ca·nal

[TA]
the canal within the mandible that transmits the inferior alveolar nerve and vessels. Its posterior opening is the mandibular foramen.

man·dib·u·lar ca·nal

(man-dibyū-lăr kă-nal) [TA]
Canal within mandible that transmits inferior alveolar nerve and vessels. Its posterior opening is the mandibular foramen.
Synonym(s): inferior dental canal.
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MD: mandibular canal, PR: preopercular canal, PRMD: preoperculo mandibular canal, IO: infraocular canal, SO: supraorbital canal, OT: otic canal, PO: post-otic canal, ST: supratemporal canal, T: temporal canal, SOS: suborbital stay, op: operculum, LL: lateral line, b) dorsal view.
Relationship of the mandibular canal to the lateral cortex of the mandibular ramus as a factor in the development of neurosensory disturbance after bilateral sagittal split osteotomy.
Bifid mandibular canals: Cone beam computed tomography evaluation.
Caption: Figure 1: (a) Extraoral frontal view shows swelling on right side of face, (b) intraoral view shows alveolar enlargement and missing teeth on right side, (c) OPG shows intraosseous radiolucency (chevron) with impacted 46, enlarged mandibular canal (1), enlarged mental foramen (2), deep sigmoid notch (3), narrow condyle and pseudoelongation of condylar neck (4), notching of gonial angle (5), and supernumerary tooth in maxilla (6).
Hence, it is essential to have an in-depth knowledge of the location and the course of the mandibular canal as panoramic radiographs do not provide information on the horizontal (buccolingual) position of the IAN [13].
Wackens, "Bifid mandibular canal: Literature review and case report," Dentomaxillofacial Radiology, vol.
Seventy-five CBCT scans previously diagnosed with bifurcation of the mandibular canal were obtained from the database of two private dental radiology clinics located in the cities of Sao Paulo, SP, and Joinville, SC, Brazil.
Later on, the rapid process of membranous ossification of the jaw determines the formation of the mandibular canal, being able to configure this division.6
Comparison of Cone Beam volumetric imaging and combined plain radiographs for the localization of the mandibular canal before removal of impacted lower third molars.
A descriptive study was conducted using cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) to characterize the mandibular ramus area in adult patients who consulted in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Unit of the Universidad de La Frontera, Temuco, Chile, measuring the distances between the mandibular canal and the alveolar, buccal and lingual margins.
Three-dimensional radiographic techniques are of inestimable assistance, not only in differential X-ray diagnosis but also in determining the displacement space of the mandibular canal [29].
The location and size of KCOT, cortical expansion, cortical perforation, relation with the impacted teeth, and the impact on the mandibular canal were evaluated.