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Pin it on Pinterest Gray791Public Domain No description available. Uploaded by Pngbot Uploaded: January 23 2007 Gray's Anatomy plates, Nervus accessorius, Nervus glossopharyngeus More details about this file on Wikimedia Commons The free media repository Used in 79 pages On this siteView all uses Vagus nerve Glossopharyngeal nerve Accessory nerve On other sitesView all uses عصب مبهم Kəllə sinirlə Dil-udlaq About Media Viewer | ...

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The (/ˈveɪɡəs/ vay), also called the pneumogastric nerve, is known as the tenth cranial nerve or simply CNX. The cranial nerves exist as pairs and there are twelve such pairs, however these are normally referred to in the singular. Course and distribution of the glossopharyngeal, vagus, and accessory nerves.

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Glossopharyngeal neuralgia affects the glossopharyngeal nerve that supplies the tongue, throat and areas around it. Sudden, severe pain in the back of the throat region is felt, which may last for few seconds to minutes, are seen in glossopharyngeal neuralgia. With proper diagnosis, appropriate treatment can be planned, or surgical treatment for glossopharyngeal neuralgia can be considered.

The diagram illustrates the origin and distribution of sensory, motor, and autonomic branches of the glossopharyngeal nerve. The diagram also illustrates the anatomical arrangement of the inferior and superior ganglia associated with the peripheral sensory fibers that enter the brain through the glossopharyngeal and vagus nerves (cranial nerve [CN] IX and X, respectively). Cross section of the medulla shown in the "face" illustrates the principal sensory and motor nuclei associated with the…

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Fig. 1 Summary of the glossopharyngeal nerve sensory and motor pathways (Image from page 531 of Figure 12.20 from Blumenfeld: Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases, Second Edition [1]) *Permission to use the image has been granted by the editors

Nicolas Henri Jacob - Illustration for Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme comprenant la médecine opératoire (1831-1854) by Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery Illustration of dissection of the lips and face, showing salivary glands, branches of the facial nerve (cranial nerve VII), trigeminal nerve (cranial nerve V), and glossopharyngeal nerve (cranial nerve VII). Teeth, with full permanent dentition shown, masticatory muscles and jugular partly shown. Lateral view.

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Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia -

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