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In the jaw, besides the constant holes as the mental and the mandibular foramen, there are a great quantity of foramina and accessory foramina, which have been associated with to situations of clinical interest.
Topographical and morphological study of the mandibular foramen in black Africans from the Ivory Coast.
In addition, the IAN was carefully dissected free, after the removal of the mandible ramus, to its entrance on the mandibular foramen and, afterwards, part of the mandible bone was removed in order to achieve a better exposure of the LN trough this lateral approach and also to follow the IAN into its intramandibular course.