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Intralaryngeal Peripheral Ganglion

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This page covers biological details of component Intralaryngeal Peripheral Ganglion. Region is part of aHuman target integrated biological model.

  • Top-down path to region: Peripheral Nervous System -> Parasympathetic Ganglia (PNS.PSYM) -> Head and Neck Parasympathetic Ganglia (PN.PSYM.HD) -> Intralaryngeal Peripheral Ganglion (LAC.PN.PSYM.ILG) (see Mind Maps)
  • Type: parasympathetic ganglion
  • Brain area: Lower Brain - Autonomous Control Area
  • Role: parasympathetic.ganglion
  • Function: parasympathetic motor of larynx, c.n. X
  • Notes to function: macroscopic ganglion on the human internal laryngeal nerve, with the distribution of its post-ganglionic fibres to the glands in the saccule and to the glands at the root of epiglottis in the vicinity of the opening of the saccule




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Inbound Region Connections:

Source Area Source Region Source Name Type Reference
LAC LAC.HL.VGN Vagus Nucleus excitatory-glu (unknown reference)

Outbound Region Connections:

Target Area Target Region Target Name Type Reference
TEA TARGET.TEA.SPEAKER Mouth speaker aryepiglottic-muscle (unknown reference)

Thirdparty Circuits


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