Pharyngeal plexus (venous)

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Pharyngeal plexus (venous)
Latin plexus pharyngeus
TA A12.3.05.006
FMA 50822
Anatomical terminology

The pharyngeal plexus (venous) is a network of veins beginning in the pharyngeal plexus on the outer surface of the pharynx, and, after receiving some posterior meningeal veins and the vein of the pterygoid canal, end in the internal jugular.

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This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918)

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