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Main point of concern is the risk to lingual nerve that runs in close proximity to the duct; this however is not problematic in anterior parts of the duct.
There were no cases of IDN damage and one case of lingual nerve deficient, which subsequently resolved.
Lingual nerve injury associated with the ProSeal laryngeal mask airway: a case report and review of the literature.
In cases involving injury to the lingual nerve, the defense will often argue that the patient was informed of this potential risk in the consent form and signed it anyway.
e inferior alveolar nerve block, lingual nerve block and long buccal nerve block) and GANB anesthesia in Group A and Group B were checked three minutes after the commencement of injections by patients self-reporting loss of sensations of respective lip, half side of tongue and skin over angle of mandible (GANB).
1 The com-munication between the branches of the lingual nerve, inferior alveolar nerve (IAN) and auriculotem-poral nerve has been reported in literature.
We report a rare case of schwannoma arising from the lingual nerve, presenting as a mass in the parapharyngeal space.
The duct lies above the lingual nerve in the floor of the mouth.
The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship of lingual nerve damage to the experience of the operator and anesthetics modality during lower third molar surgery.
The prestyloid compartment contains the internal maxillary artery, the lingual nerve, the inferior alveolar nerve, and the auriculotemporal nerve.
The procedure is accompanied by significant risks, with possible damage to the inferior alveolar and/or lingual nerve being of special concern.