incisive canal


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incisive canal

[in′sī·siv kə¦nal]
(anatomy)
The bifurcated bony passage from the floor of the nasal cavity to the incisive fossa.
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The mandibular incisive canal (MIC) is an anterior extension of the mandibular canal from the mental foramen, which contains a neurovascular bundle (Mardinger et al.
After this classification, all the radiographs were analyzed in order to find which of them had at least one visible mandibular incisive canal.
Incisive canal width, measured in 3 distinct points (proximal, intermediate and distal, Fig, 1C--yellow line);
The dimensions of the mandibular incisive canal and its spatial relationship to various anatomical landmarks of the mandible: a study using cone beam computed tomography.
Panoramic radiographs underestimate extensions of the anterior loop and mandibular incisive canal.
Characterization of anatomical structures using panoramic X-rays: Part II: Mandibular incisive canal.
Nasopalatine cyst which is seen arising from tissues in the incisive canal or nests in the papilla palatine and present either on the palate or on the nasal floor.
Nasopalatine duct cysts are the most corm-non nonodontogenic developmental cysts originating in the incisive canal of the maxillae.
The mean available was found to be best at 6 mm from the incisive canal with an average of 0,71 [+ or -] 0.