nasopalatine

nasopalatine

 [na″zo-pal´ah-tīn]
pertaining to the nose and palate.

na·so·pal·a·tine

(nā'zō-pal'ă-tēn, -tin),
Relating to the nose and palate.

na·so·pal·a·tine

(nā'zō-pal'ă-tīn)
Relating to the nose and the palate.

na·so·pal·a·tine

(nā'zō-pal'ă-tīn)
Relating to nose and palate.
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Cone beam computed tomographic analysis of neurovascular anatomical variations other than the nasopalatine canal in the anterior maxilla in a pediatric population.
In the anterior region of the maxilla, an anaesthesia administered into the incisive foramen is effective in order to numb the nasopalatine nerve.
* Injection types: anterior nerve block, middle superior alveolar nerve block, anterior middle superior nerve block, posterior superior alveolar nerve block, greater palatine nerve block, nasopalatine nerve block, supraperiosteal, inferior alveolar nerve block (including Gow-Gates didactically only), lingual nerve block, buccal nerve block, mental nerve block, incisive nerve block, intraseptal
In the anterior part of the palate perforations were done carefully in order to avoid the nasopalatine canal (Figure 5).
CBCT provides imaging information regarding key anatomic structures such as the nasopalatine foramen (37) (Figure 4A and Figure 4B), mental foramina (38) (Figure 5), mandibular canals (39) (Figure 6), and sinus cavity (40) (Figure 7) positions.
Nasopalatine ducts and flehmen behavior in the mandrill: Reevaluating olfactory communication in Old World primates.
The blood supply of the lateral wall is from Sphenopalatine artery, which is divided into three branches namely inferior turbinate artery, middle turbinate artery and nasopalatine artery.
Based on diagnosis, jaw cysts distribution is as follows: radicular cysts 56%, dentigerous cysts 17%, nasopalatine duct cysts 13%, odontogenic keratocysts 11%, globulomaxillary cysts 2.3%, traumatic bone cysts 1.0%, and eruption cysts 0.7%.
Other non-odontogenic cysts (median-alveolar and palatine globulomaxillar nasopalatine) and odontogenic lesions (follicular periodontal and residual) should be considered in differential diagnosis.
Some-times the opening of the nasopalatine duct can be misinterpreted falsely as the VNO as well.