This question was answered on Tue 05, Oct 2010 08:41pm by Dr Shipra Sharma

which artery is behind the ramus with five branches?

    
Asked by msgrl82 (Female; 27; rheumatoid arthiritis, no surgeries; Relevant drugs:n/a ) on Mon 04, Oct 2010 08:08pm

which artery is behind the ramus with five branches?

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Answer by Dr Shipra Sharma  on Tue 05, Oct 2010 08:41pm:

Hi, the Mandibular artery is behind the ramus of mandible and divided into five branches which includes deep auricular artery, anterior tympanic artery, middle Meningeal artery, inferior alveolar artery which gives off its mylohyoid branch just prior to entering the mandibular foramen, and accessory meningeal artery. Regards.
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