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Mandibular Nerve Innervation
Mandibular Nerve Innervation

This stock medical illustration depicts the innervation of the right side of the mandible, or lower jaw, by the branches of the mandibular nerve. The branches of the mandibular nerve include the lingual nerve and the inferior alveolar nerve. Also illustrated are the trigeminal ganglion and the chorda tympani. These structures are portrayed in a right lateral view of the skull with a cutaway view of the roots of the lower teeth.

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Last Updated: Jun 29th, 2020

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