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The aim of this study was to investigate the incidence of the double mental foramen in a sample of Greek population. Four hundred sixty four dry human mandibles were studied two hundred thirty referred to men and two hundred thirty four to women. Double mental foramen were found in 6.68% per cent of the cases (6.95% women and 6.41% in men). There was no(More)
The purpose of the present study was to determine after studying 700 panoramic radiographs, the incidence of the various types of the mandibular canal and their relationship to sex. Our results indicate that in descending order of frequency of occurrence type III (the canal is located close to the lower border of the mandible) is the most common, followed(More)
Preoperative planning of surgical extraction of a wisdom tooth is always necessary. Accurate evaluation of its position and relation to the other surrounding anatomical structures is facilitated by radiographic examination. Nine hundred sixty one radiographs of patients who came to the clinic of Exodontia and Radiology were used. Of these radiographs one(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the position of the mandibular foramen in relation to the width of the ramus and the gonial angle of the mandible. One hundred fourty-two dry human mandibles of adults were used. It was found that only the size of the gonial angle affects the anterioposterior position of the foramen. We didn't observe any relation(More)
The aim of this study was to determine the incidence of fainting during the procedure of a simple extraction in healthy individuals and the probable difference in its incidence and expression in relation to sex and age. Nine hundred eighty-nine healthy patients were examined (491 men and 498 women). From our results it was concluded that the incidence of(More)
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