Human head and neck Infraorbital groove

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The management of pain in dentistry requires thorough knowledge of the fifth (V) cranial nerve. It provides, among other functions, an overwhelming majority of sensory innervations from teeth, bone, and soft tissues of the oral cavity. Infraorbital groove
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Original article infraorbital sulcus: a study in 100 skullsOriginal article infraorbital sulcus: a study in 100 skulls
Roshni Bajpe, K. S. Jayanthi, R. Shubha. “Infraorbital Sulcus: a study in 100 Skulls”. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; Vol. 3, Issue 39, August 28; Page: 10007-10014. Infraorbital groove
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The list of pThe list of p
The list of preparations that students should know and be able to show during a demonstration of practical skills for module 1 "Anatomy of musculoskeletal system". Infraorbital groove
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Circumferential lamellaeCircumferential lamellae
Infraorbital groove
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