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A comparative-embryological study (223 fetuses of man, cat, dog, albino rat and mole) has established a similarity in the development and structure of the intermediate nerve in mammalia. The nerve under study represents a complex structural-functional system. Its afferent component includes a geniculate ganglion, a nucleus of the solitary tract, root,… (More)
The intermediate nerve (IN) in embryogenesis of man, cat and white rat is formed similarly. From the common with the VIII cranial nerve anlage the geniculum node, the vestibular and cochlear ganglia are emerged. A separated root of the IN connects the geniculum node with the nuclei, situating in the CNS. From the geniculum node main branches of the IN get… (More)