Middle meningeal nerve

The middle meningeal nerve (meningeal or dural branch) is given off from the maxillary nerve (CN V 2 ) directly after its origin from the trigeminal ganglion, before CN V 2 enters the foramen rotundum.wikipedia
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Maxillary nerve

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The middle meningeal nerve (meningeal or dural branch) is given off from the maxillary nerve (CN V 2 ) directly after its origin from the trigeminal ganglion, before CN V 2 enters the foramen rotundum.
* Middle meningeal nerve in the meninges

Trigeminal ganglion

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The middle meningeal nerve (meningeal or dural branch) is given off from the maxillary nerve (CN V 2 ) directly after its origin from the trigeminal ganglion, before CN V 2 enters the foramen rotundum.

Foramen rotundum

The middle meningeal nerve (meningeal or dural branch) is given off from the maxillary nerve (CN V 2 ) directly after its origin from the trigeminal ganglion, before CN V 2 enters the foramen rotundum.

Middle meningeal artery

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It accompanies the middle meningeal artery and vein as the artery and vein enter the cranium through the foramen spinosum and supplies the dura mater.

Pterygoid plexus

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It accompanies the middle meningeal artery and vein as the artery and vein enter the cranium through the foramen spinosum and supplies the dura mater.

Dura mater

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It accompanies the middle meningeal artery and vein as the artery and vein enter the cranium through the foramen spinosum and supplies the dura mater.