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Bifid mandibular canal is a rare anatomical variation that can be of considerable interest to a dentist. This condition can lead to complications when performing. Bifid mandibular canal could be an interesting variation in the mandible. This condition can pose complications during surgical procedures in the mandible, such. Bifid mandibular canals (BMCs) are variations of the normal anatomy, with a reported prevalence ranging from to 65%. Aberrations of the mandibular canal.

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Bifid mandibular canal: Report of 2 cases and review of literature

Open in a separate window. Bifid mandibular canal could be an interesting variation in the mandible.

Classification of bifid mandibular canals using cone beam computed tomography. Braz Oral Res ; OPG showing missing 45, 46 with healed sockets and endodontically treated 36 Click here to view.

Desantis L, Liebow C. Report of two cases. A retrospective study of panoramic radiographs.

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Related articles Anatomical variation bifid mandibular canal bilateral. It may lead to complications while performing an inferior alveolar nerve block for obtaining mandibular anesthesia.

A report of three cases. BMC, bifid mandibular canal. Support Center Support Center. Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc. Rare courses of the mandibular canal in the molar regions of the human mandible: None, Conflict of Interest: It is believed mandibulaar one of the reasons that previous studies could not identify this type was using conventional radiographies and subsequently failing in detection narrow second mental foramen.

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Sanchis J, Soler F. A CBCT was requested for further assessment. According to many authors, the BMC type extending to the third molar region is the most frequent.

Bifid Mandibular Canal: A Rare or Underestimated Entity?

A retrospective study of panoramic radiographs from routine dental patients. British Journal of Oral Surgery.

The intramandibular course of the inferior alveolar nerve. A report of three cases. Bifid mandibular canal BMC. This being said, even if routine panoramic radiographs prior to many dental and oral procedures in the region of the MC are largely recommended, they have limitations in exhibiting intra osseous structures consequently when used to assess the existence and the configuration of BMCs.

Pain and anxiety control for the conscious dental patient. Reports of four cases. Br Dent J ; Financial support and sponsorship Nil. The mylohyoid nerve and mandibular anesthesia. Hell Period Stomat Gnathopathoprosopike Cheir ;5: How to cite this URL: Open in a separate window.

The best diagnostic imaging modality is CBCT that has considerable benefits, such as low dose, appropriate cost, and well visual quality.

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This condition can pose complications during surgical procedures in the mandible, such as extraction of lower molars, placement of implants, and surgery. The occurrence of bifid mandibular canal has been reported to be 0. Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg. Normal radiographic appearances mandibluar the teeth and jaws and variations within the normal; pp. These findings were consistent with the ones of Klinge et al.

A retrospective study of panoramic radiographs from routine dental patients. Mandibullar Source of Support: Many complications can occur from this condition such as failure of anesthesia when performing mancibular alveolar nerve block, difficulties during the surgical extraction of the third mandibular molar, and during implants placement.

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Meijer Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3. None, Conflict of Interest: Bifid mandibular mandibulzr as a possible cause of inadequate anesthesia in the mandible.