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Alveolar channel(s)

Alveolar channel(s):

  1. [canales alveolares – PNA (The anatomic nomenclature Parisian), BNA (The anatomic nomenclature Basel), JNA (The anatomic nomenclature Yenskaya), LNH (The Leningrad histologic nomenclature)] – the thin bone channels located in posterolateral and front walls of an upper jaw. Alveolar channels begin alveolar openings through which to fangs there pass nerves and alveolar vessels;
  2. Mandibular channel.
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