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Title
Morphological characteristics of the infraorbital foramen and infraorbital
Author(s)
이우영한승호김태중남성한최광남
Publication Year
2006-01-24
Abstract
Infraorbital nerve blocking through the infraorbital
foramen and infraorbital canal is used to anesthetize
the lower eyelid, upper lip, lateral nose, upper
teeth and related gingivae. For this, it is important to
know the position of the infraorbital foramen, structures
around the foramen, and the direction of the injecting
needle related to the angle of the infraorbital canal.
Many reports have described the anatomical location of
the infraorbital foramen; however, not many have
described the angle of the infraorbital canal and those
structures around the infraorbital foramen that help the
physician visualize the correct direction of the needle.
Dried skulls of 42 Korean subjects (27 male and 15
female) were studied to analyze structures around the
infraorbital foramen. The morphology of the infraorbital
canal was also investigated using three-dimensional
models. Structures around the infraorbital foramen were
classified into four types according to the existence of a
Keyword
Infraorbital foramen; Infraorbital canal; Three-dimensional reconstruction; Nerve block; Korean subjects
Journal Title
Surgical and radiologic anatomy[웹저널]
Citation Volume
28
ISSN
0930-1038
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7. KISTI 연구성과 > 학술지 발표논문
URI
https://repository.kisti.re.kr/handle/10580/13632
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