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Nerves of Oral, Head, and Neck Regions Anatomy

Nerves of Oral, Head, and Neck Regions Anatomy
Zygomaticotemporal branch of zygomatic nerve (CN V2), Deep temporal nerves (CN V3), Masseteric nerve (CN V3), Mandibular nerve (CN V3), Nerve to medial pterygoid muscle and tensor veli palatini muscles (CN V3) (cut), Zygomaticofacial branch of zygomatic nerve (CN V2), Maxillary nerve (CN V2), Infraorbital nerve (CN V2), Pterygopalatine ganglion, Greater and lesser palatine nerves (CN V2), Anterior, middle, and posterior superior alveolar branches (CN V2), Nerve to lateral pterygoid muscle (CN V3) (cut), Buccal nerve (CN V3), Chorda tympani (CN VII), Lingual nerve (CN V3),

Medial pterygoid muscle (cut) (lateral pterygoid removed), Mental nerve (CN V3), Inferior alveolar nerve (CN V3), Nerve to mylohyoid muscle (CN V3), Submandibular ganglion, Glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX) and tonsillar branch, Hypoglossal nerve (CN XII), Carotid sinus nerve (of Hering) (CN IX) and carotid body, Nerve to thyrohyoid muscle (C1, 2 via CN XII), Internal and external branches of superior laryngeal nerve (CN X), Ansa cervicalis (C1, 2, 3), Superior root, Inferior root, Muscular branches of ansa cervicalis, Recurrent laryngeal nerve (CN X), Sympathetic trunk and middle cervical ganglion, Common carotid artery, Vertebral artery, Auriculotemporal nerve (CN V3), Middle meningeal artery, Superficial temporal artery (cut), Facial nerve (CN VII) (cut), Maxillary artery, Accessory nerve (CN XI) (cut), C1 spinal nerve (anterior ramus) (cut) C2 spinal nerve (anterior ramus) (cut), Pharyngeal plexus composed of branches from glossopharyngeal (CN IX), vagus (CN X), and sympathetic trunk and superior cervical ganglion, Internal carotid artery, External carotid artery, Vagus nerve (CN X) and superior cervical cardiac branch, C4 spinal nerve (anterior ramus) (cut), Phrenic nerve (anterior rami C3, 4, 5), Ascending cervical artery, Scalenus medius muscle, Scalenus anterior muscle, Brachial plexus (cut) (superior, middle, inferior trunks), Thyrocervical trunk, Subclavian artery.

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