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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . e l)ranches of distribution from the otic gang-lion, secretory fibres are carried along with those ul the auriculo-teniporal (page1244) to the parotid gland. The small superficial petrosal nerve also contains taste-fibres, which pass either tt) the petrous ganglion of the ninth or to the geniculateganglion of the seventh, and thence centralward to the reception-nuclei in themedulla. The motor root is a branch from the internal pterygoid nerve. The syvipatheticroot is represented Iiy one or two nerve-filaments fro

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . e l)ranches of distribution from the otic gang-lion, secretory fibres are carried along with those ul the auriculo-teniporal (page1244) to the parotid gland. The small superficial petrosal nerve also contains taste-fibres, which pass either tt) the petrous ganglion of the ninth or to the geniculateganglion of the seventh, and thence centralward to the reception-nuclei in themedulla. The motor root is a branch from the internal pterygoid nerve. The syvipatheticroot is represented Iiy one or two nerve-filaments fro Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . e l)ranches of distribution from the otic gang-lion, secretory fibres are carried along with those ul the auriculo-teniporal (page1244) to the parotid gland. The small superficial petrosal nerve also contains taste-fibres, which pass either tt) the petrous ganglion of the ninth or to the geniculateganglion of the seventh, and thence centralward to the reception-nuclei in themedulla. The motor root is a branch from the internal pterygoid nerve. The syvipatheticroot is represented Iiy one or two nerve-filaments from the plexus on the middlemeningeal artery. The ganglion also receives the spluiioidal branch from the Vidiannerve. Branches.—A number of delicate strands pass from the otic ganglion to adja-cent nerxes. These so-called branches of distribution include : {a) two or more fila-ments which join the roots of the auriculo-teniporal nerve and so convey secretoryfibres from the glosso-pharyngeal to the parotid gland, {b^ a communicating branch I-^k;. 1065. Olilitlinlinii. Maxillary. OplUhaltuic

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