Relación entre el Volumen de la Fosa Pterigopalatina y la Anestesia Troncular del Nervio Maxilar: Un Estudio Piloto

  title={Relaci{\'o}n entre el Volumen de la Fosa Pterigopalatina y la Anestesia Troncular del Nervio Maxilar: Un Estudio Piloto},
  author={Pedro Aravena Torres and Nicole Cresp Sinning and Katherine B{\"u}chner Sagredo and Carlos Mu{\~n}oz Rocha and Ricardo Cartes-Vel{\'a}squez},
  journal={International Journal of Morphology},
El bloqueo troncular del nervio maxilar (BTNM) se logra depositando anestesia via canal palatino mayor en la fosa pterigopalatina. Los autores difieren en la cantidad de anestesia a depositar y la tasa de complicaciones asociadas (diplopia y hematomas). Coronado et al. (2008) midio el volumen de la fosa pterigopalatina encontrando un promedio de 1,2ml, sugiriendo dicha cantidad de anestesia para el BTNM. El objetivo del presente trabajo es comparar la eficacia de dosis bajas de 1,2ml (DB… 
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