Etude par coupes a basse temperature de l'espace cranio-pharyngo-mandibulaire. [A study of the cranio-pharyngo-mandibular space by sections at low temperature]

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serval:BIB_061979D96A53
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Title
Etude par coupes a basse temperature de l'espace cranio-pharyngo-mandibulaire. [A study of the cranio-pharyngo-mandibular space by sections at low temperature]
Journal
Bulletin de l'Association des Anatomistes
Author(s)
Madrid  C., Reynes  P., Combelles  R.
ISSN
0376-6160 (Print)
Publication state
Published
Issued date
03/1992
Volume
76
Number
232
Pages
47-53
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English Abstract
Journal Article --- Old month value: Mar
Abstract
After acrylic injections into the vessels and mandibular block anaesthesia the pterygo-mandibular space is studied in 38 anatomical pieces. 538 colour slides have been obtained from anatomical cuts at low temperature with the scannigraph system. The results point out that a cranio-pharyngo-mandibular space is clearly distinguished laterally, from a medial maxillo-pharyngeal space. There is no transversal communication between them. On the contrary, the cranio-pharyngo-mandibular space communicates, forward and upward, with the temporal space; forward and downward, with the sub-mandibular space. The cranio-pharyngo-mandibular space contains an interpterygoid space communicating with the oval foramen by a "chimney" largely filled by the emissary pterygoid veins. A pericondilar plexus of veins is also observed. The cranio-pharyngo-mandibular space is characterised by the cellulo-adipose tissue by which it is filled and which guides the diffusion of injected solutions to the oval foramen.
Keywords
Aged Aged, 80 and over Fascia/anatomy & histology Female Frozen Sections Humans Male Middle Aged Pharynx/*anatomy & histology Pterygoid Muscles/anatomy & histology Temporomandibular Joint/*anatomy & histology Veins
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