Anatomy of the dog by Malcolm Eugene Miller; Howard Edward Evans; George C

By Malcolm Eugene Miller; Howard Edward Evans; George C Christensen

Binding: Hardcover writer: W.B. Saunders corporation Date released: 1964 ISBN-13: 9780721663609 ISBN: 0721663605

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Leading from the infraorbital canal to the individual roots of the premolar teeth (first four cheek teeth) are the alveolar canals (canales alveolares), which open by numerous alveolar fo ra m in a (foramina alveolaria) at the apex of each alveolus. The special incisivomaxillary canal (canalis maxilloincisivus) carries the nerves and blood vessels to the first three pre­ molar and the canine and incisor teeth. It leaves the medial wall of the infraorbital canal within the infraorbital foramen, passes dorsal to the apex of the canine alveolus with which it com­ municates, and enters the incisive bone.

L a mi na F ig . 1-17. Vomer and left ethmoid, lateral aspect. Roman numerals indicate endoturbinates. Arabic numerals indicate ectoturbinates. Darsal lamina ANTERI OR C r ib r if o r m plate Wing of v o m e r F ig . 1-18. il/ o me r Vomer and medial aspect of left ethmoid. ) Roman numerals indicate endoturbinates. Arabic numerals indicate ectoturbinates. T h e Sk u l l common nasal meatus (meatus nasi communis) remains between each lateral mass and the lat­ eral surface of the septum. The dorsal border does not follow the contour of the face, but par­ allels the hard palate.

The sockets, or alveoli (alveoli dentales), which are conical cavities for the roots of the teeth, indent the alveolar border (arcus alveolaris) of the body of the mandible. There are single alveoli for the roots of the three incisor teeth, the canine, and the first and last cheek teeth. The five middle cheek teeth have two alveoli each, with those for the first molar, or fifth cheek tooth, being the largest, as this is the shearing tooth of the mandible. The free dorsal border of the mandible between the canine and first cheek tooth (first premolar) is larger than the others and is known as the interalveolar margin (margo interalveolaris).

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