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Fig. 2. Floor of left recess 16 mm Embryo

Floor of left recess, roof removed. From model (magn. 100 X 5/6). A portion of the margin of the tongue is seen below.


On removing the roof of the recess and thus exposing the floor, the disposition of the arches becomes apparent. fig. 2 is a drawing of the floor of the left recess in an embryo of 16 mm. exposed in this way, and is of interest because the key to subsequent changes is to be found in the conditions present at this stage.

The front part of the field is formed by structures of the first arch, among them Meckel’s bar passing downwards and inwards, and behind this a deep but narrow sulcus marks the situation of the first visceral groove ending externally in the first lateral pouch, just above which the chorda tympani runs forward. The second lateral pouch is apparent behind the styloid bar (Reichert’s bar), between this and the glossopharyngeal, which is closely applied to the wall of the recess here: this is the definite position of the second pouch, shown also in fig. 1 in the 12-mm. specimen, and is the position maintained by it until the growth of the cartilaginous auditory capsule effects a separation between it and the nerve.

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Reference

Frazer JE. The second visceral arch and groove in the tubo-tympanic region. (1914) J Anat Physiol. 48(4): 391-408. PMID 17233005


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