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Maxillary Artery

All Branches

Middle Meningeal Artery PATH Through Foramen Spinosum and between Auricultemporal Nerve SUPPLIES Dura Mater, Periosteum, bone, bone marrow, Calvaria, Trigeminal ganglion, Geniculate ganglion, Facial Nerve, Tympanic Cavity, Tensor Tympani
Accessory Meningeal Artery PATH Foramen Ovale with Mandibular branch SUPPLIES Sphenoid bone, Mandibular Nerve, Otic Ganglion, Infratemporal fossa muscles
Inferior Alveolar Artery PATH Through mandibular foramen with Inferior Alveolar Nerve SUPPLIES Mandible, Mandibular teeth, chin, and mylohyoid
Massteric PATH to Masseter SUPPLIES Masseter and TMJ
Pterygoid Branches PATH to Pterygoid Muscles SUPPLIES Pterygoid muscles
Deep Temporal Arteries PATH Between temporalis fascia and fossa SUPPLIES Temporalis muscle
Buccal PATH to Buccal SUPPLIES Buccinator, Buccal fat pad, mucosa of cheek
Posterior Superior Alveolar PATH Infratemporal surface of Maxilla SUPPLIES Premolar and molar teeth Gingiva Mucus Membrane of Maxillary sinus
Infraorbital PATH Infraorbital fissure, infraorbital canal, infraorbital foramen SUPPLIES Mucus Membrane of Maxillary sinus incisors and canines, lacrimal sac, inferior obliques and rectus skin of infraorbital region
Descending Palatine PATH Palatine Canal and splits into Greater and Lesser Branches SUPPLIES Hard and soft palates
Pharyngeal PATH through Palatovaginal sinus SUPPLIES Roof of nose, Nasopharynx, Pharyngotymapnic Tube Sphenoidal Air sinus
Artery to Pterygoid Canal PATH Pterygoid canal SUPPLIES Pharyngotympanic tube Tympanic Cavity Upper portion of pharynx
Sphenpalatine PATH through sphenopalatine canal; termination of maxillary artery SUPPLIES Frontal, ethmoid, maxillary and sphenoid sinuses + anteriomost palate
Deep Auricular PATH With Chorda Tympani and Anterior Tympanic Artery SUPPLIES TMJ External Auditory Canal External portion of tympanic membrane
Anterior Tympanic PATH With Chorda Tympani and Deep Auricular Artery SUPPLIES Internal Tympanic Membrane
Created by: s2d0789



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