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Zygomatic br. to zygomaticus major m. Fig. 1. The midfacial region. The lower lateral portion of the orbicularis oculi muscle has been reflected. Innervation to the lower orbicularis oculi muscle and zygomaticus major muscle are shown. The zygomaticus major muscle is innervated by the zygomatic branches and also from the zygomaticobuccal branches (see Fig. 5) in its lower part of the muscle. The lower orbicularis muscle is innervated from its inferolateral side by one or two zygomatic branches and temporal branches.
Indd 52 The nasopalatine nerve and sphenopalatine vessels run into the nasal cavity through the sphenopalatine foramen, and they pass across the roof of the nasal cavity to reach the nasal septum and supply the posteroinferior part of the nasal septum. The zygomatic nerve arises in the pterygopalatine fossa from the maxillary nerve. It enters the orbit by the inferior orbital fissure and divides at the back of that cavity into two branches, the zygomaticotemporal nerve and the zygomaticofacial nerve.
Procerus m. Dorsal nasal a. Medial palpebral ligament Orbicularis oculi m. (lacrimal part) Angular v. Levator labii superioris alaeque nasi m. Nasalis m. , n. Orbital septum Tarsus of upper lid Superior palpebral a. Tarsus of lower lid Inferior palpebral a. Orbicularis oculi m. Fig. 8. The orbital region. The mimetic muscles have been cut and partially removed to leave their attachments. The procerus muscle arises from the nasal bone and the upper lateral nasal cartilage and reaches into the skin between the eyebrows.