I start off this week with some more Irish Proverbs and move quickly into a very well done anatomical study on the variations of the course of the Mandibular Nerve or IAN. There are many variations and each has a clinical implication specifically on achieving adequate local anesthetic. If you have EVER had a problem with getting a patient numb and not know why this episode if for you. I discuss my tricks for getting ideal anesthesia.

The interesting case has some fantastic photos of a fractured supraorbital rim and anterior table of the frontal sinus that required open reduction and the placement of plates and screws. I know you will enjoy this episode.

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