Head of a Horse Showing Nerves
Ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth cranial, first cervical, and part of the sympathetic nerves- the left maxillary ramus and parotid gland being removed. Labels: a, carotid artery; b, glosso-pharyngeal; b’, its pharyngeal; b", its lingual branch; c, pneumogastric; c’ pharyngeal; c", superior laryngeal; d, d’, d", spinal accessory; e, hypo-glossal; f, great sympathetic; f", superior cervical ganglion; g", communication of sympathetic and pneumogastric; g, first cervical nerve.
GalleriesMammal Anatomy: Internal Organs
Vaughn, I. Strangeway's Veterinary Anatomy (Toronto, CAN: J. A. Carveth & Co., Ltd., 1904)