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Nerve: Deep temporal nerves
Mandibular division of the trifacial nerve.
Latin nervi temporales profundi
Gray's subject #200 895
From mandibular nerve
MeSH [1]

The deep temporal nerves are two in number, anterior and posterior. They pass above the upper border of the pterygoideus externus and enter the deep surface of the Temporalis.

  • Frequently a third or intermediate branch is present.

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