Birgit J. Glass

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The purpose of this study was to identify and classify specific anatomic variations of the mandibular canal for which we have suggested the term "bifid mandibular canals." A total of 6,000 panoramic radiographs were studied, and those that contained these canals were identified. A classification of bifid mandibular canals was developed from this material.(More)
A radiolucency resembling a foramen was observed on a number of panoramic radiographs in the upper ramus just below and slightly anterior to the sigmoid notch. The radiolucency may be unilateral or bilateral and does not correspond to the location of any known major foramina in this region. Eighty-eight skulls with mandibles were examined, and(More)
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