The cranial cervical ganglion and its branches in the yak (Bos grunniens).

@article{Shao2007TheCC,
  title={The cranial cervical ganglion and its branches in the yak (Bos grunniens).},
  author={B P Shao and Yan-ping Ding and Zhao-Hui Xie and Hong-Xian Yu and Beate E M Brand-Saberi and Jian-Lin Wang},
  journal={Veterinary journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={173 1},
  pages={174-77}
}
The heads and necks of 10 yaks were dissected to study the shape, location, arrangement, and branches of the cranial cervical ganglion. The ganglion was a greyish fusiform structure, mean length 19.72 mm, width 7.65 mm and depth 4.55 mm, located on the rostrolateral surface of the m. longus capitis. Approximately 25% of the ganglion was covered by the tympanic bulla, the rest by the m. stylohyoideus. The branches of the cranial cervical ganglion included the internal and external carotid nerves… CONTINUE READING