Medical Definition of Pharyngeal plexus

1. The plexus of nerves including branches of the glossopharyngeal, vagus, and accessory nerves (cranial root), that lies along the posterior wall of the pharynx, a venous plexus on the posteriolateral walls of the pharynx, emptying through the pharyngeal veins into the internal jugular. Synonym: plexus pharyngeus. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pharyngeal Plexus

pharyngeal cartilages
pharyngeal diseases
pharyngeal fistula
pharyngeal flap
pharyngeal fornix
pharyngeal glands
pharyngeal grooves
pharyngeal hypophysis
pharyngeal isthmus
pharyngeal membranes
pharyngeal mucosa
pharyngeal muscles
pharyngeal opening of auditory tube
pharyngeal opening of eustachian tube
pharyngeal pituitary
pharyngeal plexus (current term)
pharyngeal pouch syndrome
pharyngeal raphe
pharyngeal recess
pharyngeal reflex
pharyngeal ridge
pharyngeal space
pharyngeal tonsil
pharyngeal tonsils
pharyngeal tubercle
pharyngeal vein
pharyngeal veins

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