Nerve to the stapedius
Nerve: Nerve to the stapedius
Latin nervus stapedius
Gray's subject #202 904
Innervates Stapedius
From facial nerve

The Nerve to the Stapedius (tympanic branch) arises opposite the pyramidal eminence.

It passes through a small canal in this eminence to reach the muscle.

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