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However, a dysfunction of the trigeminal nerve, whose mandibular branch innervates the mylohyoideus muscles, (5) or a dysfunction of the hypoglossal nerve which innervates, among others, the cricohyoideus, ceratoglossus muscle, and hypoglossus muscles (5) were considered in the differential diagnosis.
mylohyoideus Mandibula on Hyoid kemik Agiz acma ic yuz Yutkunma sirasinda dili yukari kaldirma M.