chorda


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chorda

(ˈkɔːdə)
n
a cord-like formation in the body
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When the chorda tympani nerve was preserved, it was positioned on the double cartilage block to stabilize it.
Chorda tympani is not found to lie in the way of the endoscope, therefore there is a less chance of injury to it.
The stapedius tendon and chorda tympani nerve are seen in the foreground.
(1.) Macia-Soler ML, Gonzalez Chorda VM, Salas Medina P, Mena Tudela D, Cervera Gasch A, Orts Cortes MI.
Interestingly, in our study, the experts never injured fundamental structures like the facial nerve or chorda tympani.
Along the NI via the chorda tympani, sensory fibers derived from the gustatory receptors travel from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue, floor of the mouth, and palate, directed to the superior pole of the solitary nucleus in the medulla.
[1] One of the heart specimens showed a thicker main chorda tendineae which is of 0.9mm in thickness (Figure 5).