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Buccal-lingual localization of the mandibular canal in relationship with the third molar using the lateral oblique technique

Jasa Gainer Raul, Vizzotto Mariana Boessio, da Silveira Priscila Fernanda, da Silveira Heloisa Emilia Dias, da Silveira Heraldo Luis Dias, Correa Leticia Ruhland, Raveca Tabare

Year : 2014| Volume: 2| Issue : 1 | Page no: 15-20

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