Auricular Branch of Vagus Nerve

Auricular Branch Of Vagus Nerve

The auricular branch of the vagus nerve is often termed the Alderman's nerve or Arnold's nerve. The latter name is an eponym for Friedrich Arnold. It supplies sensory innervation to the skin of the ear canal.

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... This nerve may be involved by the glomus jugulare tumour ... and in the ear - this is a referred pain through the vagus nerve to the nerve of Arnold ... In a small portion of individuals, the auricular nerve is the afferent limb of the Ear-Cough or Arnold Reflex ...

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