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Afferent Innervation of Oral Cavity and Pharynx Anatomy


Afferent Innervation of Oral Cavity and Pharynx Anatomy
Trigeminal (CN V) (maxillary CN V2), Via superior alveolar nerves, Via pterygopalatine ganglion and nasopalatine and greater and lesser palatine nerves, Via greater petrosal nerve, pterygopalatine ganglion, and greater and lesser palatine nerves, Facial (CN VII) (intermediate nerve of Wrisberg), Glossopharyngeal (CN IX), Via pharyngeal plexus, Via tonsillar branches, Taste plus general sensation via lingual branches, Trigeminal (CN V) (maxillary CN V2), 

Via pharyngeal branch of pterygopalatine ganglion, Via greater petrosal nerve and pterygopalatine ganglion, Facial (CN VII) (intermediate nerve of Wrisberg), Glossopharyngeal (CN IX), Trigeminal (CN V) (maxillary CN V2), Via pterygopalatine ganglion and nasopalatine and greater and lesser palatine nerves, Via internal branch of superior laryngeal nerve, Via superioralveolar nerves, Trigeminal (CN V) (mandibular CN V3), Via buccal nerve, Via inferior alveolar nerve, Via pharyngeal plexus, Via tonsillar branches, Taste plus general sensation via lingual branches, Vagus (CN X) and glossopharyngeal (CN IX), Via pharyngeal plexus, Vagus (CN X), Trigeminal (CN V) (mandibular CN V3), Via lingual nerve, Facial (CN VII) (intermediate nerve of Wrisberg), Taste via chorda tympani, Vagus (CN X), Via internal branch of superior laryngeal nerve
Afferent Innervation of Oral Cavity and Pharynx Anatomy