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Alveolar openings

Alveolar openings [foramina alveoiaria – PNA (The anatomic nomenclature Parisian), BNA (The anatomic nomenclature Basel), JNA (The anatomic nomenclature Yenskaya), LNH (The Leningrad histologic nomenclature)] – the small openings located on a nizhnevisochny body surface of an upper jaw through which to upper teeth there pass nerves and blood vessels.

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In the aspiration to pull out the patient, doctors often go too far. So, for example, a certain Charles Janszen during the period from 1954 to 1994 endured more than 900 operations on removal of new growths.