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Combined anatomical variations: The mylohyoid bridge, retromolar canal and accessory palatine canals branched from the canalis sinuosus.
The temporomandibular joint: pneumatic temporal cells open into the articular and extradural spaces.
A case with multiple rare anatomic variations that could add to a morphological picture of hyperpneumatization of the posterior cranial fossa floor, which could signify the involvement of the last four cranial nerves in the clinical picture of TMJ pain is identified.
Patterns of pneumatization of the tympanic plate
Objective This study aimed to investigate the prevalence of tympanic plate (TP) pneumatisation as well as the various potential patterns. Methods A retrospective study involving the archived…
Transantral intraseptal sinuous canal.
As the sinuous canal contains the superior anterior alveolar nerve and artery, major suppliers of the frontal teeth, it is recommended to document in CBCT a possible transantral, and not intramural, course of it, especially when surgical or endoscopic corridors through the MS are planned.
Stability and Self-Sustained Oscillations in a Ventricular Cardiomyocyte Model
The Optic Strut—CBCT Pneumatization Pattern and Prevalence
A careful radiological examination should precede clinical diagnosis and surgical interventions in the paraclinoid area to evaluate postoperative surgical risks and possible diffusion patterns for infection.
LIMIT CYCLES BY FINITE ELEMENT METHOD FOR A ONE-PARAMETER DYNAMICAL SYSTEM ASSOCIATED TO THE LUO-RUDY I MODEL
This paper aims to demonstrate the efforts towards in-situ applicability of EMMARM, as to provide real-time information about concrete mechanical properties such as E-modulus and compressive strength.