5 edition of Gross Anatomy of the Head and Neck found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||July 15, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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receives postganglionic parasympathetic axons to the lacrimal gland from the zygomaticotemporal br. ciliary, long nasociliary no named branches none eyeball GSA these nerves bypass the ciliary ganglion ciliary, short ciliary ganglion: sensory root - from the nasociliary n.
loops posteriorly around the aortic arch and ligamentum arteriosum; the inferior laryngeal br. maxillary division of the trigeminal n. derived from the mesenchyme of the 4th pharyngeal arch phrenic n. postganglionic parasympathetic axons distribute either directly, or with branches of the lingual n. mandibular division of the trigeminal n. none superior and inferior roots of the ansa cervicalis are also known as the anterior and posterior roots anterior deep temporal n.
pass through the otic ganglion without synapsing they synapse in the superior cervical sympathetic ganglion ganglion, semilunar ophthalmic V1maxillary V2 and mandibular V3 divisions of the trigeminal n.
no cutaneous branches a branch of the motor root of CN V; temporalis m.
no named branches posterior neck muscles skin of the posterior surface of the scalp muscles innervated by this nerve develop from epimeres in the embryo greater palatine n.
These diverse tasks require both strong, forceful movements and some of the fastest, finest, and most delicate adjustments in the entire human body.
He has since taught anatomy to students of medicine and many other health science disciplines, including; physician assistant, dentistry, optometry and nursing anaesthesia.