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Greater petrosal nerve is (sympathetic/parasympathetic). Its preganglionics is from CN #
parasympathetic
CN 7
Deep petrosal n. has post ganglionic sympathetics from ...
Superior Cervical Ganglia (SCG)
GPN + deep petrossal nerve = ...
nerve of pterygoid canal (parasympathetic AND sympathetic)
the pterygopalatine fossa is situated between what 2 spaces?
infratemporal fossa
nasal cavity
the door in the lateral wall of the pterygopalatine fossa is ...
pterygomaxillary fissure
V3 goes through ... fossa
infratemporal
V2 goes through .... fossa
pterygopalatine
what is the door in the medial wall of the pterygopalatine fossa?
sphenopalatine foramen
opthalmic nerve (V1) goes through ...
superior orbital fissure
maxillary nerve (V2) and ganglion go through ...
foramen rotundum
mandibular nerve (V3) goes through ...
foramen ovale
from the pterygopalatine fossa, you go anteriorly through the ... to get to the ...
inferior orbital fissure
orbit
from the pterygopalatine fossa, you go posteriorly through the ... to get to the middle cranial fossa
foramen rotundum
from the pterygopalatine fossa, you go through the ... to get to the infratemporal fossa
pterygomaxillary fissure
from the pterygopalatine fossa, you go through the ... to get to the nasal cavity
sphenopalatine foramen
from the pterygopalatine fossa, you go posteriorly through the ... to get to the base of the skull and foramen lacerum
pterygoid canal
from the pterygopalatine fossa, you go posteriorly through the ... to get to the pharynx
palatovaginal (or pharyngeal) canal
from the pterygopalatine fossa, you go inferiorly through the ... (via the greater and lesser palatine foramen) to the ... cavity
greater palatine canal
oral
The infraorbital nerve (towards eye) and posterior superior alveolar nerves go through the ...
inferior orbital fissure
the maxillary nerve (V2) goes through the ...
foramen rotundum
the greater petrossal nerve and the deep petrossal nerve come together and go through the ...
pterygoid canal
the pharyngeal nerve goes through the ...
palatovaginal canal
the greater and lesser palatine nerves go through the ...
greater palatine canal
what ganglia is located inside the pterygopalatine canal?
pterygopalatine ganglia
the infraorbital nerve branches off the maxillary nerve (V2) and enters the ...
infraorbital canal
the inferior orbital fissure contains what 3 nerves?
infraorbital nerve
zygomatic nerve
posterior superior alveolar nn.
the foramen rotundum contains what nerve?
V2
the pterygomaxillary fissure to infratemporal fossa contain what nerve?
no nerve
the sphenopalatine foramen to nasal cavity contains what nerve and what branches?
-nasopalatine nerve
-posterior superior nasal branches
the pterygoid canal contains what nerve?
nerve of the pterygoid canal
the palatovaginal canal contains what nerve?
pharyngeal nerve
the greater palatine canal contains what nerves?
greater and lesser palatine nerves
the infraorbital nerve gives branches to the upper ...
teeth
The third part of the maxillary artery enters the fossa through the ... and leaves through the ... to the nasal cavity as the ... artery.
-within the fossa it branches
-pterygomaxillary fissure
-sphenopalatine foramen
-sphenopalatine artery
what are these?
-sphenopalatine
-a. or pterygoid canal
-pharyngeal
-infraorbital
-descending palatine
branches of the maxillary artery within the pterygopalatine fossa
which artery goes through the inferior orbital fissure?
infraorbital artery
what artery goes through the foramen rotundum?
none
what artery goes through the pterygomaxillary fissure to the infratemporal fossa?
maxillary artery
what artery goes through the sphenopalatine foramen to the nasal cavity?
sphenopalatine artery
what artery goes through the pterygoid canal?
artery of the pterygoid canal
what artery goes through the palatovaginal canal?
pharyngeal artery
what artery goes through the greater palatine canal (via greater and lesser palatine foramen)?
descending artery
the nasopalatine nerve runs parallel to the ... artery
sphenopalatine artery