Medical Definition of Lateral canal

1. A channel leading from the root pulp laterally through the dentin to the periodontal tissue; may be found anywhere in the tooth root, but is more common in the apical third of the root. Synonym: lateral canal. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lateral Canal

lateral atlantoaxial joint
lateral atlantoepistrophic joint
lateral atrial vein
lateral basal branch
lateral basal segment
lateral bicipital groove
lateral border of foot
lateral border of forearm
lateral border of humerus
lateral border of kidney
lateral border of nail
lateral border of scapula
lateral branches
lateral calcaneal branches of sural nerve
lateral canal (current term)
lateral canthus
lateral cartilage
lateral cartilage of nose
lateral cartilaginous layer
lateral central palmar space
lateral cerebral fissure
lateral cerebral fossa
lateral cerebral sulcus
lateral cervical nuclei
lateral circumflex artery of thigh
lateral circumflex femoral artery
lateral circumflex femoral veins
lateral collateral
lateral collateral ligament of ankle

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