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Cranial Foramens

neurovasculature contents

Cavernous sinus Sup and Inf Opthalmic V, central V of retina
Sup Orbital Fissure CN 3, 4 , 5(i), 6, frontal N, lacrimal N, Nasociliary N
Inf Orbital Fissure 5 (ii)
Internal Acoustic Meatus CN 7, 8
Jugular Foramen CN 9, 10 ,11, Int Jug V, Int Carotid A
jugular fossa helps form jug foramen
foramen ovale 5(iii)
foramen spinosum meningeal N , middle meningeal A
foramen rotundum 5(ii)
foramen ovale CN 5, Accesory meningeal A, lesser petrosal N
optic canal CN 2, Central A of Retina, Opthalmic A, long ciliary NN , Short Ciliary NN and Arteries
infraorbital foramen CN 5(ii), Infraorbital N and A
infratemporal fossa 5(iii)
stylomastoid foramen CN 7
pterygoid canal CN 7
pterygo palatine fossa CN 7
foramen magnum CN 11
hypoglossal canal CN 12
carotid canal Internal Carotid A
mastoid foramen Emissiary V
Created by: ljacob2010