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Branchial arch deriv

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Meckel cartilage: mandible, malleus 1st
incus 1st
sphenomandibular ligament 1st
masseter 1st
medial pterygoids 1st
mylohyoid 1st
anterior belly of digastric 1st
tensor tympani 1st
tensor veli palatini 1st
CN V2 and V3 1st
mandibular hypoplasia, facial abN Treacher Collins Syndrome
Reichert cartilage 2nd
stapes 2nd
stylohyoid process and ligament 2nd
lesser horn of hyoid 2nd
stapedius 2nd
stylohyoid muscle 2nd
platysma 2nd
posterior belly of digastric 2nd
CN VII 2nd
persistence of cleft and pouch, fistula between tonsillar area and lateral neck Congenital pharyngocutaneous fistula
greater horn of hyoid 3rd
stylopharyngeus 3rd
CN IX 3rd
thyroid, cricoid 4th-6th
arytenoid 4th-6th
corniculate, cuneiform cartilage 4th-6th
pharyngeal constrictors 4th
cricothyroid 4th
levator veli palatini 4th
all intrinsic muscles of larynx except cricothyroid 6th
CN X superior laryngeal branch 4th
CN X recurrent laryngeal branch 6th
Created by: Syrica