inferior alveolar nerve

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in·fe·ri·or al·ve·o·lar nerve

[TA]
one of the terminal branches of the mandibular, it enters the mandibular canal to be distributed to the lower teeth, periosteum, and gingiva of the mandible; a branch, the mental nerve, passes through the mental foramen to supply the skin and mucosa of the lower lip and chin.

in·fe·ri·or al·ve·o·lar nerve

(in-fēr'ē-ŏr al-vē'ŏ-lăr nĕrv) [TA]
One of the terminal branches of the mandibular, it enters the mandibular canal to be distributed to the lower teeth, periosteum, and gingiva of the mandible; a branch, the mental nerve, passes through the mental foramen to supply the skin and mucosa of the lower lip and chin.
Synonym(s): nervus alveolaris inferior [TA] .

in·fe·ri·or al·ve·o·lar nerve

(in-fēr'ē-ŏr al-vē'ŏ-lăr nĕrv) [TA]
One of the terminal branches of the mandibular, it enters the mandibular canal to be distributed to the lower teeth, periosteum, and gingiva of the mandible.
Synonym(s): nervus alveolaris inferior [TA] .

inferior alveolar nerve,

n the nerve formed from the merger of the incisive and mental nerves that serves the tissues of the chin, lower lip, and labial mucosa of the mandibular anterior and premolar teeth and later joins the posterior trunk of the mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve.