Which Nerve May Also Serve as an Afferent Nerve for the Mandibular
Which nerve may also serve as an afferent nerve for the mandibular first molar?
A) Anterior middle superior alveolar
The medial surface of the mandibular ramus is a landmark for the administration for which of the following?
A) Incisive and inferior alveolar blocks
B) Inferior alveolar block and Vazirani-Akinosi blocks
C) Vazirani-Akinosi and the incisive blocks
D) None of the above
Which of the following is a landmark for the inferior alveolar block?
B) Pterygomandibular raphe
C) Coronoid notch
D) All options listed
A patient may present with a bifid inferior alveolar nerve,in which case a second mandibular foramen is more superiorly placed.The second foramen may be detected by noting a doubled mandibular canal on a radiograph.
A) Both statements are true.
B) Both statements are false.
C) The first statement is true;the second statement is false.
D) The first statement is false;the second statement is true.