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==Fig. 64. Dorso-posterior view of pharynx in the same animal==
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The figure shows the initial separation of the tympanic pouch and tonsillar fold. p  f., postsalpingeal ridge; s. t. p., sulcus tympanicus posterior; ton. f., tonsillar fold; v. m. r., ventro-mesial border; z., incision between tympanic pouch and tonsillar fold. X 30, reduced lg.
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Fig. 64. Dorso-posterior view of pharynx in the same animal

The figure shows the initial separation of the tympanic pouch and tonsillar fold. p f., postsalpingeal ridge; s. t. p., sulcus tympanicus posterior; ton. f., tonsillar fold; v. m. r., ventro-mesial border; z., incision between tympanic pouch and tonsillar fold. X 30, reduced lg.

Abbreviations  
  • A-L. F. - alveolar-lingual fold.
  • AA. 2-5 - 2d to 5th aortic arches.
  • Car. - carotid artery.
  • C. Gl. - carotid gland.
  • Ch. Ty. - chorda tympani.
  • Coch. - cochlea.
  • CV. - concavity on ventro-lateral surface of tonsillar fold.
  • CV. C. - cervical cord of the thymus.
  • D. A. 1-3 - dorsal apex of first to third pouches.
  • D. Ao. - dorsal aorta.
  • dct. - duct of the lateral thyroid.
  • d. l. s. - dorso-lateral wall of the tympanic pouch.
  • D. Pc. - ductus prtecervicalis.
  • D. Pl. - dorsal plate of the thymus.
  • D. Pr. - dorsal prominence of tonsillar fold.
  • E. Au. - external auditory tube.
  • F. Pc. - fundus praecervicalis.
  • Fl. P. - filiform appendix of 2d pouch.
  • F. Pc. V. - ventral portion of fundus praecervicalis.
  • G. Au. - auditory ganglion.
  • G. Ep. - g1osso-epiglottic fold.
  • G. Gas. - Gasserian ganglion.
  • G. Gn. - geniculate ganglion.
  • Gl. T. - glandule thyroidienne, dorsal process of 4th pouch.
  • G. Nod. - ganglion nodosum.
  • Hy. - hyoid.
  • Hyp. - hypophysis.
  • Impr. - impressio cochlearis.
  • I. Tn. - incissura tensoris.
  • La. T. - lateral thyroid.
  • M. - mouth.
  • M. Gr. - median oral groove.
  • Mck. - Mecl;el’s cartilage.
  • Mk. F. - Meckelian fossa.
  • Mn. F. - manubrial fossa.
  • Ph. G. 1-4 - pharyngeal grooves.
  • Ph. P. 1-4 - pharyngeal pouches.
  • Pl. B. - postero—lateral border of the tympanic pouch.
  • P-M. F. - post—manubrial fold.
  • P. Pl. - palatine constriction.
  • P. R. - recessus posterior of the tympanic pouch.
  • Prom - promontory of the tympanic pouch.
  • Ps. F. - post-salpingeal fold.
  • P. T. R. - posterior tympanic margin.
  • Pul. - pulmonary artery.
  • S-M. F. - submeckelian fold.
  • S. P. - Seessel’s pocket.
  • S. Pc. - sinus prsecervicalis.
  • S. Pi. - sinus piriformis.
  • S. R. - recessus superior of the tympanic pouch.
  • St - stomatodeum.
  • S. T. P. - sulcus tympanicus posterior.
  • S. T. T. - sulcus tubo-tympanicus.
  • S. T. Ty. - sulcus tensoris tympani.
  • T. Ao. - truncus arteriosus.
  • Thr. - thyroid cartilage.
  • Th. S. - thymus superficialis.
  • Thy. - thymus.
  • Ton. F. - tonsillar fold of the 2d pouch.
  • Tr. - trachea.
  • Tub. - tuberculum impar.
  • .Tyr. - median thyroid.
  • V. D. 1—4 - ventral diverticula of the pharyngeal pouches.
  • V. F. - vestibular fold of mouth.
  • V. L. S. - ventxolateral wall of the tympanic pouch.
  • V. M. R. - ventro-mesial border of the tympanic pouch.
  • V. Pc. - vesicula praecervicalis.
  • V. v. - vitelline veins.
  • x. - opening of enteron into yolk-sac.
  • y. - interval between vestibular and submeckelian folds.
  • z. - indentation separating tympanic pouch and tonsillar fold.
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Reference

Fox H. The pharyngeal pouches and their derivatives in the mammalia. (1908) Amer. J Anat. 8(3): 187-250.


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