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foramen

a natural hole, esp one in a bone through which nerves and blood vessels pass

foramen

[fə′rā·mən]
(biology)
A small opening, orifice, pore, or perforation.
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Vertebral artery insult at the transverse foramina by gun shot wounds: report of two cases.
Comparison of Present Study with Previous Literature (Distance Between Inter Mental Foramina) Author Year Results Indian Population- 53.49 mm Al-Juboori (19) et al 2016 Malay Population- 54.16 mm Chinese population-55.61 mm Our study 2019 Males- 3.03 inches (76.96 mm) Females-2.90 inches (73.66 mm) Table 8.
Hence, the present study was undertaken with the objective to find out the incidence of accessory foramina transversaria (AFT) in the cervical vertebrae of South Indian origin.
Smith, "Supraorbital and supratrochlear notches and foramina: anatomical variations and surgical relevance," Laryngoscope, vol.
The interpretation of radiographs can be influenced by many factors, including anatomical complexity, the delay between the development of symptoms and signs and the radiographic confirmation of the disease, as well as the limitations of the imaging system itself.[sup][11] There is scarce information on the utility of routine periapical radiography for the identification of interalveolar foramina in mandibles.
Foramina and canals are a frequent occurrence in the anterior region of maxilla [9, 15].
Not all electronic foramen locators are accurate in teeth with enlarged apical foramina: an in vitro comparison of 5 brands.
Nadiren servikal rotasyonlar sirasinda, foramina icindeki norovaskuler yapilarin kompresyonuna bagli olarak semptomatik hale gelebilir.