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Kiemenbogen, innerviert (versorgt mit Nerven) Zunge und Rachen. glossa „Zunge“ und pharynx „Rachen“; „Zungen-Rachen-Nerv“) ist der IX. Hirnnerv. Er gehört zur sogenannten Vagusgruppe und ist entwicklungsgeschichtlich der  tractus solitarii (Pars superior und inferior). Basiswissen.

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The nerve induced by this cosimplicial object was first considered in. D. Kan, Functors involving c.s.s complexes, Transactions of The vestibulocochlear nerve is the eighth paired cranial nerve. It is comprised of two parts – vestibular fibres and cochlear fibres.Both have a purely sensory function. In this article, we will consider the anatomical course, special sensory functions and clinical relevance of this nerve. The vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII) is the eighth cranial nerve and has two roles:. innervation to the cochlea for hearing; innervation to the vestibule for acceleration and balance senses; Gross anatomy Nuclei. There are two special sensory cochlear nuclei and four special sensory vestibular nuclei located within the lower pons and upper medulla.

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The roots of motor fibers of the glossopharyngeal nerve start from a dual core which is situated in the reticular formation of the medulla oblongata. Nerve glossopharyngeus er navnet på den 9. hjernenerve.

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N. glossopharyngeus nerve

der Nervus vestibulocochlearis/ Gleichgewichts - und Hörnerv/ (achter Hirnnerv oder N. VIII); der Nervus glossopharyngeus  The glossopharyngeal nerve supplies sensory innervation to the oropharynx, and thus carries the afferent information for the gag reflex.

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It contains sensory fibers from the pharynx, tongue (posterior one-third) and the tonsils. nervus glossopharyngeus - sensory nerve to the pharynx and back of the tongue; motor fibers innervate muscles that elevate the pharynx and larynx; includes parasympathetic fibers to the otic ganglion glossopharyngeal nerve , ninth cranial nerve glossopharyngeal nerve the ninth cranial nerve; it supplies the carotid sinus, mucous membrane, and muscles of the pharynx, soft palate, and posterior third of the tongue, and the taste buds in the posterior third of the tongue. By serving the carotid sinus, the glossopharyngeal nerve provides for … Due to its course in the pharyngeal space, the trunk of the glossopharyngeal nerve can be damaged during tonsillectomy which results in paralysis of the soft palate and impairment of the sense of taste. These symptoms may recede within two years but permanent damages can be seen as well.
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Oftmals finden sich kombinierte Läsionen der Hirnnerven IX–XI, nicht selten auch IX–XII.