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Glossopharyngeal Nerve (CN IX): Schema Anatomy

Glossopharyngeal Nerve (CN IX): Schema Anatomy
Tympanic nerve (of Jacobson), Tympanic cavity and plexus, Stylomastoid foramen, Caroticotympanic nerves (from internal carotid plexus), Greater petrosal nerve, Deep petrosal nerve, Nerve (vidian) of pterygoid canal, Lesser petrosal nerve, Pterygopalatine ganglion, Mandibular nerve (CN V3), Otic ganglion, Auriculotemporal nerve, Parotid gland, Tubal branch of tympanic plexus, Auditory tube (eustachian) and pharyngeal opening, Stylopharyngeus muscle and stylopharyngeal branch, Spinal tract and spinal nucleus of trigeminal nerve, Nuclei of solitary tract,

Nucleus ambiguous, Inferior salivatory nucleus, Geniculate ganglion, Glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX), Jugular foramen, Communicating branch with auricular branch of vagus nerve, Superior and, Inferior ganglia, Communication to facial nerve (CN VII), Vagus nerve (CN X), Superior cervical ganglion, Sympathetic trunk, Carotid sinus nerve (of Hering), Internal carotid artery, Carotid sinus, Carotid body, Common carotid artery, External carotid artery, Taste and somatic sensation: posterior 1⁄3 of tongue, Pharyngeal plexus*, Pharyngeal, tonsillar, and lingual branches *Pharyngeal plexus is composed of afferent fibers (CN IX), efferent fibers (CN X), and sympathetic fibers, Pharyngeal branch of vagus nerve
Glossopharyngeal Nerve (CN IX): Schema Anatomy

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