inferior alveolar artery

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inferior alveolar artery

[in′fir·ē·ər al¦vē·ə·lər ′ärd·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
A branch of the internal maxillary artery supplying the mucous membrane of the mouth and teeth of the lower jaw.
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To this end, following the needle insertion according to the inferior alveolar nerve block technique when the needle tip reached the bone, the needle was pulled out for 1-2 mm and aspiration was performed.
The results of this study revealed that administration of chlordiazepoxide and oxazepam significantly increased the success rate of inferior alveolar nerve block in the 15-minute period following anesthetic injection.
Efficacy of combining a buccal infiltration with an inferior alveolar nerve block for mandibular molars with irreversible pulpitis.
Comparing analgesia efficacy of articaine versus lidocaine as a supplemental buccal infiltration of the mandibular first molar after an inferior alveolar block.
A comparison of articaine and lidocaine for inferior alveolar nerve blocks.
One study reported no difference in reaction to inferior alveolar nerve blocks and maxillary infiltrations in children [Ram and Peretz, 2001]; however others have suggested that the former is more uncomfortable than the latter in paediatric patients [Jones et al.
Thus there is some indication that inferior alveolar nerve blocks and palatal injections are the most unpleasant.
Aggarwal V, Jain A, Kabi D, Anesthetic efficacy of supplemental buccal and lingual infiltrations of articaine and lidocaine after an inferior alveolar nerve block in patients with irreversible pulpitis.
The Fascicular Characteristics of Human Inferior Alveolar and Greater Auricular Nerves [master's thesis].
Fascicular characteristics of the human inferior alveolar nerve.
Possible sources of these collaterals are the minor suppliers--that is, the facial, inferior alveolar, and buccal arteries.
The distal portion of branch V3 is located between the take-off of the masticator nerve from the main trunk of V3 and the origin of the mylohyoid nerve from the inferior alveolar nerve.