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Nerves

Facial Nerve

Facial Nerve is a mixed (i.e. motor and sensory) nerve, but mainly it’s motor. Facial nerve is the 7th cranial nerve. It’s referred to as facial nerve as it supplies the muscles of facial expression. It’s the most regularly paralyzed of all the peripheral nerves of the

Mental Nerve

The mental nerve exits via the mental foramen and splits in 3 branches under the depressor anguli oris muscle. It arises from the inferior alveolar nerve. Insertion The mental foramen is located in the zone of the second premolar, at the midpoint among the alveolar crest along

Vestibulocochlear Nerve

It contains 2 different parts: (a) a vestibular part, referred to as the vestibularnerve and (b) a cochlear part, named the cochlear nerve. Vestibulocochlear nerve is the 8th cranial nerve. The vestibular nerve is concerned with the maintenance of equilibrium, while the cochlear nerve is concerned with

Zygomaticofacial Nerve

The zygomaticofacial nerve is a terminal branch of the zygomatic nerve, which is a division of the maxillary nerve. From the zygomaticofacial foramen, where the nerve perfortes the orbicularis oculi muscle as well as stimulates the skin on the protrusion of the cheek, the zygomaticofacial nerve arises

Cutaneous Nerves of the Neck

The skin on the rear of the neck is supplied segmentally by cutaneous nerves, originated from dorsal rami of C2, C3 and C4 spinal nerves. The skin on the front and side of the neck on every side is supplied by 4 cutaneous nerves originated from ventral

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