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Figure 7.44: [Fossa for lacrimal gland shown on the sphenoid bone]

Figure 7.44: [Fossa for lacrimal gland shown on the frontal bone]

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The inferior wall is demarcated from the
lateral wall of the orbit by the inferior orbital fissure, a gap between the orbital surfaces of the maxilla and the sphenoid.

The inferior wall is demarcated from the
lateral wall of the orbit by the inferior orbital fissure, a gap between the orbital surface of the maxilla and the greater wing of sphenoid.

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The parasympathetic component of the glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX) supplies presynpatic secretory fibers
to the otic ganglion

The parasympathetic component of the glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX) supplies presynaptic secretory fibers
to the otic ganglion

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The upper lip is supplied by the superior labial branches of the infra-orbital nerves (of CN V2), and the lower lip is supplied by the inferior labial branches of the mental nerves (of CN V3).

The upper lip is sensory supplied by the superior labial branches of the infra-orbital nerves (of CN V2), and the lower lip is sensory supplied by the inferior labial branches of the mental nerves (of CN V3).

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Anatomically, the external aspect of the cheeks constitutes the buccal region, bounded anteriorly by the oral and mental regions (lips and chin), superiorly by the zygomatic region, posteriorly by the parotid region, and inferiorly by the inferior border of the mandible

Anatomically, the external aspect of the cheeks constitutes the buccal region, bounded anteriorly by the oral and mental regions (lips and chin), superiorly by the infraorbital region, posteriorly by the parotid region, and inferiorly by the inferior border of the mandible

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The semilunar hiatus (L. hiatus semilunaris) is a semicircular groove into which the frontal sinus opens.

The semilunar hiatus (L. hiatus semilunaris) is a semicircular groove into which the maxillary sinus opens.

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The right and left sinuses each drain through a frontonasal duct into the ethmoidal infundibulum, which opens into the semilunar hiatus of the middle nasal meatus.

The right and left sinuses each drain through a frontonasal duct into the ethmoidal infundibulum, which opens into the middle nasal meatus.

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The anterior rami of C1–C4 make up the roots of the cervical plexus (Fig. 8.13).

The anterior rami of C1–C5 make up the roots of the cervical plexus (Fig. 8.13).

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Carotid body: a small, reddish brown ovoid mass of tissue in life that lies in a septum on the medial (deep) side of the bifurcation of the common carotid artery in close relation to the carotid sinus.

Carotid body: a small, reddish brown ovoid mass of tissue in life that lies in a septum between the two branches of bifurcation of the common carotid artery in close relation to the carotid sinus.

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The left vagus nerve descends between the left common carotid and left subclavian arteries and posterior to the SC joint to enter the thorax.

The left vagus nerve descends between the left common carotid and left subclavian arteries and posterior to the brachiocephalic vein and SC joint to enter the thorax.

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The sympathetic trunks receive no white rami communicantes in the neck (recall that white rami associated with cervical spinal nerves).

The sympathetic trunks receive no white rami communicantes in the neck (recall that white rami are not associated with cervical spinal nerves).

(Don’t know what is a “white ramus communicans”? See Figure 2.51. at p. 247, and Figure 4.27. at p. 473)

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Posteriorly, the laryngopharynx is related to the bodies of the C4–C6 vertebrae.

Posteriorly, the laryngopharynx is related to the bodies of the C3–C6 vertebrae.

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The palatine, lingual, and pharyngeal tonsils form the pharyngeal lymphatic (tonsillar) ring, [...]

The palatine, lingual, tubal, and pharyngeal tonsils form the pharyngeal lymphatic (tonsillar) ring, [...]

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The isthmus of the thyroid gland lies immediately inferior to the cricoid cartilage;

The isthmus of the thyroid gland lies 3 cm inferior to the cricoid cartilage (usually anterior to the second and third tracheal rings);



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(table 9.1.) Hypoglossal → General Functional Types of Fibers → Mixed

(table 9.1.) Hypoglossal → General Functional Types of Fibers → Motor only

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Sympathetic fibers from superior cervical ganglion via plexus on facial artery chorda tympani

Sympathetic fibers from superior cervical ganglion via plexus on facial artery



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