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  • Ophthalmic Nerve Lesion

    Now the main trunk divides into a smallanterior & a large posterior trunk. As it descends from the foramen, the mandibular nerve lies at a distance of 4 cm from the surface[] Finally the deviated eye is hidden behind the drooping or ptotic eyelid due to loss of levator function.[] […] nerve ( greater palatine foramen ) lateral posterior inferior nasal nerve (un-named foramina) lesser palatine nerve ( lesser palatine foramen ) pharyngeal nerve ( palatovaginal[] The mandibular nerve also supplies other 1st pharyngeal arch derivatives: anterior belly of digastric, mylohyoid, tensor veli palatini and tensor tympani.[] The branches either bifurcate into ascending and descending arms or ascend or descend without bifurcating.[] branches.[] The other four muscles are the tensor veli palatini , the mylohyoid , the anterior belly of the digastric and the tensor tympani .[] A newborn infant has difficulty in breastfeeding due to unilateral atrophy in the area of the face occupied by the levator labii superioris, levator anguli oris, and lateral[] The offending vessel is most often the superior cerebellar artery (75%) or the anterior inferior cerebellar artery (10%).[] […] ganglionul geniculat (atingere a conductului auditiv extern si a interiorului pavilionului urechii), nervul bucofaringean (atingere a fetei interne a obrazului, a valului palatin[]

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  • Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery

    Subsequent arch aortography revealed an associated common carotid trunk.[] […] pe fats profunda a santului naza-genion i se termina in tegumenteile marginii inferioare a narinelor; — , muschiul ridicator al buzei superioare si al aripii nosudui (m. levator[] KEYWORDS: Angiography; Artery; Benign; Congenital[] The ascending aorta and aortic arch were replaced by a vascular prosthesis.[] At operation, the ascending aorta was replaced by a mono-branch vascular prosthesis with the branch bypassing to the ARSA; the triple-branched stent graft was inserted into[] We describe two cases of patients affected by complex lesions of the aortic arch with the ARSA, both treated with the frozen elephant trunk technique and reconstruction of[] Abstract A combination of an aberrant right subclavian artery (ARSA) and a bicarotid trunk (BCT) appears in up to 2.5% of the population.[] However, the existence of an aberrant right subclavian artery can jeopardize cerebral perfusion through the right axillary artery cannula.[] The right subclavian artery was reconstructed with the perfusion branch of a four-branch prosthetic graft.[] artery aneurysm.[]

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  • Pulmonary Artery Stenosis

    MRI was used to assess flow across the pulmonary trunk, RV systolic and diastolic function, and RV mass.[] In levator veli palatlni salpingopharyngeus m uvulae m. palato-glossus v. tonsiilaris 177 palatopharyngeus a. tonsillaris m constrictor pharyngis superior ---- .,-;;-,, -[] […] in the peripheral branches of the pulmonary arteries.[] Angiographic measurements showed that the increase in the aortic pressure gradient was related to failure of normal growth of the ascending aorta lumen.[] Congenital pulmonary vein stenosis and pulmonary artery branch stenosis: A rare combination.[] LPA, left pulmonary artery; AAO, ascending aorta; RPA, right pulmonary artery.[] Interposition between the pulmonary trunk and right pulmonary artery using an EPTFE graft and tricuspid annuloplasty using a Duran ring was performed.[] Before repair, the pulmonary artery branches were discontinuous, with the right pulmonary artery being somewhat hypoplastic and originating from the trunk, and the left pulmonary[] Pulmonary Artery Stenosis Menu What is pulmonary artery stenosis?[] […] to the lung supplied by that branch.[]

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  • Glossopharyngeal Palsy

    […] located adjacent to crossed ascending fibers of the spinothalamic tract, producing a “crossed” sensory loss for pain and temperature (ipsilateral face, contralateral arm/trunk[] Temporal branch to orbital mm (except levator palpebrae superioris) 2. Zygomatic branch goes to the zygoma, orbital and intraorbital area 3.[] Anatomy of the tonsillar bed: topographical relationship between the palatine tonsil and the lingual branch of the glossopharyngeal nerve .[] Rarely, the cause is a tumor in the brain or neck, an abscess, a bulge (aneurysm) in an artery in the neck (carotid artery), or multiple sclerosis.[] Motor Function The striated muscles of the soft palate (except the tensor veli palatini), pharynx, and larynx are innervated by the vagus nerve.[] Taste fibers from CN VII and X also ascend and synapse here.[] […] the greater auricular nerve ). muscular branch : innervates the stylopharyngeus muscle carotid branches : (superior and inferior caroticotympanic nerves) descend along the trunk[] Motor Components This nerve is responsible for raising the velum as it innervates the glossopalatine and levator veli palatine muscles.[] Levator veli palatini muscle. Salpingopharyngeus muscle. Palatoglossus muscle. Palatopharyngeus muscle. Superior, middle, and inferior pharyngeal constrictors.[] Definition constrictor muscles of pharynx, intrinsic muscles of larynx, muscles of palate except tensor veli palatini, to the gut Term Where does the vagus nerve arise?[]

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  • Lingular Tonsillitis

    A maculopapular skin rash appears on the face and spreads downward to the trunk.[] Sometimes this is replaced or supplemented by a branch of the ascending pharyngeal artery which descends forwards between the superior border of the superior constrictor and levator[] […] en We present a very rare case of mucoepidermoid carcinoma arising from within the structure of the palatine tonsil , rather from the adjacent pharyngeal wall, together with[] Levator veli palatini - CNX Tensor veli palatini - CNV3[] Palatine tonsil - ventral view The tonsils receive arterial blood via the following arteries: tonsillar ascending pharyngeal facial (tonsillar and ascending palatine branches[] Many muscles contribute to the soft palate, including the levator veli palatini, tensor veli palatini, palatoglossus, palatopharyngeus, and musculus uvulae.[] Palatine tonsils can be free and act in the lumen of the throat, sometimes hidden and how they would be disadvantaged in Palatine the arms.[] For the great depth from the surface at which this vessel is placed, the direct course which it runs in ascending to the top of the pleura, the sudden descent which it makes[] […] sinus tonsillaris Fossulae tonsillares Cryptae tonsillares Capsula tonsillaris Where is the palatine tonsil found?[] Blood supply [ edit ] Lingual tonsils are located on posterior aspect of tongue which is supplied through: Lingual artery, branch of external carotid artery Tonsillar branch[]

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  • Angiofibroma

    Fourteen lesions (6 females, 8 males; age range 7-67 years) of the lower extremities (12) and trunk (2) were investigated by immunohistochemistry, including for the first[] Boundaries of Fossa of Rosenmuller: Anterior: Eustachean tube and levator veli palati muscle.[] […] process of the palatine palatine canal oral cavity Posterior pterygoid process of the sphenoid 1. foramen rotundum 2. pterygoid (vidian) canal 3. pharyngeal canal 1. middle[] The control of bleeding during the embolisation and occlusion of the maxillary or sphenopalatine artery was achieved by using a bi-luminal balloon catheter.[] Anatomy cont… Boundaries –  Ant – Eustachian tube & Levator veli palatini  Post – Pharyngeal wall mucosa overlying pharyngobasilar fascia & retropharyngeal space containing[] Microscopically, histiocytoid tumor cells were scattered in an edematous background with branching capillary proliferation.[] […] pleomorphic fibrous papules can show overlapping histologic features with pleomorphic fibroma; however, pleomorphic fibromas are typically larger and more commonly located on trunk[] The manipulation of nerve and its branches during tumour dissection can lead to sensory stimulation and thus inciting the reflex.[] We report a rare case of massive epistaxis in a 15-year-old boy resulting from spontaneous rupture of the intracavernous tract of the internal carotid artery 20 days after[] […] suggested new histologic entity, is a benign fibrovascular soft tissue tumor composed of bland spindle-shaped tumor cells with abundant collagenous to myxoid stroma and branching[]

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  • Oculomotor Nerve Paralysis

    The trunk leaves the brain stem on the dorsal surface, just caudal to the inferior colliculus.[] A Levator palpebrae superioris B Inferior oblique C Lateral rectus D Medial rectus Ans.[] […] and posterior cerebral artery and running in close proximity to the posterior communicating artery.[] […] the tongue Afferent arm of the corneal reflex Motor Muscles of mastication : masseter, temporalis, medial pterygoid, lateral pterygoid muscles Tensor tympani muscle Tensor veli[] The absence of an associated impairment of the descending and ascending tracts suggest a posterior bilateral midbrain lesion.[] Various branches of the oculomotor nerve provide for muscle sense and movement in most of the muscles of the eye, for constriction of the pupil, and for accommodation of the[] The seventh nerve nuclei and some of the descending and ascending tracts contained many discreet foci of perivascular collections of lymphocytes and nodules of rod-shaped[] The mucocele resides where the oculomotor nerve spreads its branches superiorly and inferiorly to the external ocular muscles.[] In addition, the nerve also supplies the upper eyelid muscle (levator palpebrae superioris) and the muscles responsible for pupil constriction (sphincter pupillae) .[] The main trunk of CN III is supplied by the vasa nervorum.[]

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  • Vagus Nerve Injury

    […] vagal trunk .[] […] pharyngeal nerve which supplies the pharyngeal plexus supplies the superior , middle and inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscles , palatopharyngeus , salpingopharyngeus , levator[] Motor Components This nerve is responsible for raising the velum as it innervates the glossopalatine and levator veli palatine muscles.[] […] and the carotid artery.[] This branch winds around the descending aorta before ascending behind the ductus to the trachea.[] BACKGROUND: Inadvertent injury to the vagus nerve or its branches during carotid endarterectomy can result in adductor vocal cord paralysis (hoarseness) and cricopharyngeal[] Details Innervates Levator veli palatini , Salpingopharyngeus , Palatoglossus , Palatopharyngeus , Superior pharyngeal constrictor , Middle pharyngeal constrictor , visceratyppi[] Similarly, the left RLN hooks under the arch of the aorta and then ascends toward the intrinsic muscles of the larynx, the majority of which it innervates.[] Vagus nerve branches in the abdomen The gastric branches (rami gastrici) supply the stomach.[] The vagal trunks enter the abdomen via the oesophageal hiatus, an opening in the diaphragm.[]

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  • Horner's Syndrome

    A postoperative ultrasound scan did not show a collection or hematoma compressing the sympathetic trunk.[] Magnetic resonance imaging showed an expansive submucosal lesion of the nasopharynx involving the para-pharyngeal space, tensor and levator veli palati muscles and the apex[] […] resulting in a Horner syndrome. 56 , 57 Damage to the superior cervical ganglion can cause a postganglionic Horner syndrome as the ganglion lies about 1.5 cm behind the palatine[] This case is also the first of its kind to have radiological evidence of injury to the external carotid artery but not the internal carotid artery.[] The fibers ascend through the sympathetic chain and synapse in the superior cervical ganglion at the level of the bifurcation of the common carotid artery (C3-C4). 9.[] Author information 1 Department of Internal Medicine, Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, New Jersey, USA.[] Lid droops due to paralysis of non-striated part of levator palpebrae.[] In the ganglia, the pre and postganglionic fibres synapse , and the postganglionic fibres leave the ganglia via branches.[] Horner’s syndrome occurs when certain groups of nerves of the sympathetic trunk are damaged.[] The ptosis associated with Horner's syndrome is unique in that it results from Mueller's muscle inactivation as opposed to any sort of levator dysfunction.[]

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  • Superior Laryngeal Nerve Paralysis

    […] vagal trunk .[] Udfaldssymptomer og test Unilateral læsion synkebesvær paralyse af bløde gane (nasalitet) uvuladeviation (mod fungerende m. levator veli palatini) hæshed (ipsilateral n. laryngeus[] […] illustrations and photomicrographs embracing all aspects of recurrent laryngeal nerve anatomy including branching patterns, relationship of the nerve and the inferior thyroid artery[] Zone 4: Ascending part above the aortic arch, within the tracheoesophageal groove. Zone 5: Laryngeal part or target zone.[] External Branches Paralysis of the superior laryngeal nerves occurs much less frequently than does paralysis of the recurrent laryngeal nerves, possibly due to their much[] artery.[] […] of the superior laryngeal branch of the vagus nerve.[] Etiology Vocal cord paralysis may result from lesions at the nucleus ambiguus, its supranuclear tracts, the main trunk of the vagus, or the recurrent laryngeal nerves.[] A scarce course of the left recurrent laryngeal nerve was found during the operation that ascended along the medial edge of the superior thyroid pole and finally disappeared[] It is further divided into internal and external branches.[]

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