ascending palatine artery


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as·cend·ing pal·a·tine ar·ter·y

[TA]
origin, facial; distribution, lateral walls of pharynx, tonsils, auditory tubes, and soft palate; anastomoses, tonsillar branch of facial, dorsal lingual, and descending palatine.
Synonym(s): arteria palatina ascendens [TA]

as·cend·ing pal·a·tine ar·te·ry

(ă-send'ing pal'ă-tīn ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
Origin, facial; distribution, lateral walls of pharynx, tonsils, auditory tubes, and soft palate; anastomoses, tonsillar branch of facial, dorsal lingual, and descending palatine.
Synonym(s): arteria palatina ascendens.
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Especially, the occipital artery and branches that extended to the mandibular gland and to the medial retropharyngeal lenf node of the ascending palatine artery were responsible for the vascularization of the cranial cervical ganglion.
2) and the other one was the ascending palatine artery (APIA in Fig.
These were thin vessels arose from the medial meningeal artery and ascending palatine artery. In the material where the ascending palatine artery was not contributed to supplying of the ganglion, 3 vessels were responsible from vascularization of the ganglion.
Another vessel which was important for supplying the ganglion, the ascending palatine artery was arose from the occipital artery (Fig.
For type III and IV defects, we advocate the use of a palatoglossal flap, which is based on branches of the ascending palatine artery. (1) The flap may be either superiorly or inferiorly based, and it should be wide enough to capture the thicker lateral segments of the SCoM within the fossa.
Repeat catheter angiography confirmed the embolization and also detected an anastomosis between the left facial artery and the distal left internal maxillary artery via the ascending palatine artery (figure 3, B).