Mandibular

Some articles on mandibular:

Trigeminal Ganglion - Relations
... through the foramen ovale, and, immediately below this foramen, joins the mandibular nerve ... the ophthalmic (V1), maxillary (V2), and mandibular (V3) ... and maxillary consist exclusively of sensory fibers the mandibular is joined outside the cranium by the motor root ...
Dental Anatomy - Distinguishing Characteristics of Teeth - Molar - Mandibular Third Molar
... The mandibular third molar is the tooth located distally from both the mandibular second molars of the mouth with no tooth posterior to it in permanent teeth ... In deciduous teeth, there is no mandibular third molar ...
Mandibular Fracture
... Mandibular fracture, also known as fractures of the jaw, are breaks through the mandibular bone ... The types of mandibular fractures include fractures at the symphyseal area, horizontal ramus, mandibular angle and condylar neck ...
Mandibular Notch
... process posteriorly, separated by a deep concavity, the mandibular notch ... It allows the passage of the masseteric nerve (a branch of the mandibular nerve (V3) division of the trigeminal nerve), masseteric artery and masseteric vein ...
Gerodermia Osteodysplastica - Characteristics
... hypoplasia (underdeveloped upper jaw), mandibular prognathism (protrusion of the lower jaw and chin), bowed long bones, platyspondyly (flattened spine) related to vertebral collapse ... Dental and orthodontal abnormalities in addition to maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular prognathism have also been observed in gerodermia osteodysplastica ... radiological findings in some cases have indicated significant overgrowth of the mandibular premolar and molar roots hypercementosis (overproduction of cementum) of ...