Medical Definition of Plexus dentalis superior

1. Formed by branches of the infraorbital nerve, it gives off superior dental branches to the upper and superior gingival branches to the gums. Synonym: plexus dentalis superior. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plexus Dentalis Superior

plexus caroticus internus
plexus cavernosi concharum
plexus cavernosus
plexus celiacus
plexus cervicalis
plexus choroideus ventriculi lateralis
plexus choroideus ventriculi quarti
plexus choroideus ventriculi tertii
plexus coccygeus
plexus coeliacus
plexus coronarius cordis
plexus dentalis
plexus dentalis inferior
plexus dentalis superior (current term)
plexus entericus
plexus femoralis
plexus gangliosus ciliaris
plexus gastrici systematis autonomici
plexus gulae
plexus hepaticus
plexus hypogastricus
plexus hypogastricus inferior
plexus hypogastricus superior
plexus iliaci
plexus iliacus externus
plexus inguinalis
plexus intermesentericus
plexus intraparotideus

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