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Pharyngeal arch 1
CN V
muscles mastication, tensor tympani
facial bones
maxillary a
Pharyngeal arch 2
CN VII
face expression muscles, stapedius
earbones, hyoid
stapedial a
Pharyngeal arch 3
CN IX
stylopharyngeus
hyoid
internal + common carotids
Pharyngeal arch 4
CN X (sup laryng)
palate, pharynx muscles
no bones
arch aorta and right subclavian
Pharyngeal arch 6
CN X (rec laryng)
larynx, esophagus
no bones
pulm aa and ductus arteriosus
Pharyngeal arch 5
degenerates
Pharyngeal pouch 1
inner ear lining
Pharyngeal pouch 2
tonsil lining
Pharyngeal pouch 3
infPT, thymus
Pharyngeal pouch 4
Thyroid C-cells
Pharyngeal groove/cleft 1
external auditory canal
Pharyngeal groove/cleft 2
degenerates
Pharyngeal groove/cleft 3
degenerates
Pharyngeal groove/cleft 4
degenerates
Pharyngeal membrane 1
tympanic membrane
Pharyngeal membrane 2
degenerate
Pharyngeal membrane 3
degenerate
Pharyngeal membrane 4
degenerate
Where and what origin?

Pharyngeal fistula
ant border sternocleidomastoid m

pouch2 + groove 2 persist
Where and what origin?

Pharyngeal cyst
angle mandible

grooves 2/3/4 persist
Addison
primary adrenocortical insufficiency

autoimmune, infections, metastasis

-> low corticol: N,V, anorexia, weak, tired, hypotension

-> low aldosteron: loss blood volume, hyperkalemia, hyponatremia

-> high ACTH: increases pigmentation
Conn
increase aldosteron

HT, hyperNa, hypoK, decr renin

->transient weakness, paresthesias, transient paralysis, tetany, personality disturbances