Glossopharyngeal nerve and referred otalgia - English labels

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Glossopharyngeal nerve and referred otalgia. Referred otalgia (ear pain that originates outside of the ear), can be associated with specific cranial nerves. In this image the Glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX) is highlighted and the corresponding nerve branches that are associated with referred otalgia are shown. English labels. NOTE: THIS IMAGE IS UNDER A NON-DERIVATIVE LICENSE. THIS MEANS THAT IF YOU REMIX OR REVISE THIS MATERIAL YOU MAY NOT DISTRIBUTE THE MODIFIED MATERIAL.  
Anatomical structures in item:
Nervus glossopharyngeus [IX]
Nervus tympanicus
Plexus tympanicus
Ganglion superius nervus glossopharyngei
Rami pharyngei nervus glossopharyngei
Rami tonsillares nervus glossopharyngei
Rami linguales nervus glossopharyngei
Ganglion inferius nervus glossopharyngei
Lingua
Pars nasalis pharyngis
Foramen jugulare
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Creator(s)/credit: Annie Campbell MSc, medical illustrator
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Glossopharyngeal nerve and referred otalgia - English labels
Uploaded by: rva
Institution: Netherlands, Leiden – Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden University
Creator(s)/credit: Annie Campbell MSc, medical illustrator
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Glossopharyngeal nerve and referred otalgia. Referred otalgia (ear pain that originates outside of the ear), can be associated with specific cranial nerves. In this image the Glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX) is highlighted and the corresponding nerve branches that are associated with referred otalgia are shown. English labels. NOTE: THIS IMAGE IS UNDER A NON-DERIVATIVE LICENSE. THIS MEANS THAT IF YOU REMIX OR REVISE THIS MATERIAL YOU MAY NOT DISTRIBUTE THE MODIFIED MATERIAL.  
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Anatomical structures in item
Nervus glossopharyngeus [IX]
Nervus tympanicus
Plexus tympanicus
Ganglion superius nervus glossopharyngei
Rami pharyngei nervus glossopharyngei
Rami tonsillares nervus glossopharyngei
Rami linguales nervus glossopharyngei
Ganglion inferius nervus glossopharyngei
Lingua
Pars nasalis pharyngis
Foramen jugulare
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