Unusual communication between the lingual nerve and mylohyoid nerves in a South Indian male cadaver: its clinical significance.

@article{Potu2009UnusualCB,
  title={Unusual communication between the lingual nerve and mylohyoid nerves in a South Indian male cadaver: its clinical significance.},
  author={Bhagath Kumar Potu and Thejodhar Pulakunta and Biswabina Ray and Muddanna S Rao and Kumar M. R. Bhat and Suhani Sumalatha D'Silva and Soubhagya Ranjan Nayak},
  journal={Romanian journal of morphology and embryology = Revue roumaine de morphologie et embryologie},
  year={2009},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={145-6}
}
It is well known that variations in the branching pattern of the mandibular nerve frequently account for the failure to obtain adequate local anesthesia in routine oral and dental procedures, and also for the unexpected injury to branches of the nerves during surgery. During our routine dissection, we found the presence of a communicating branch between the… CONTINUE READING