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Flashcards in Innervation of the Temporalis Muscle Deck (3):
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What is the specific innervation of the temporalis muscle?

anterior and posterior deep temporal nerves, mandibular division, trigeminal nerve

2

Which type of sensory pathway will convey info in C.N. from the temporalis muscle?

SA pathways

3

Recently, peripheral sensory processes from the temporalis muscle that are conveyed in the trigeminal nerve have been shown to originate from primary afferent neurons in which location?

mesencephalic nucleus of the trigeminal nerve

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