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7/11/20
Right TMJ Arthroscopy and Lingual Nerve Repair Secondary to Tooth Extraction Injury - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Right TMJ Arthroscopy and Lingual Nerve Repair Secondary to Tooth Extraction Injury - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit displays injuries to the right TMJ and steps from the arthroscopy and lingual nerve repair procedures in a series of illustrations. The first illustration shows a lateral view of the skull with the injured areas boxed off and shown in enlargements. The second illustration shows the enlarged view of the TMJ. The third illustration displays an enlarged view of the lingual nerve and tongue. The fourth illustration portrays the insertion of the arthroscopic instruments. The fifth illustration shows the removal of the cartilaginous fibrillations with a micro shaver. The sixth illustrations pictures the incision made to access the lingual nerve. The seventh illustration shows the ends being reapproximated.

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