Nerves In The Cervical Area

Superior cervical sympathetic ganglion

Vagus nerve (X)

(Conjoined sympathetic and vagal) superior cervical cardiac nerves

Middle cervical sympathetic ganglion

Middle cervical (sympathetic) cardiac nerve

Phrenic nerve

Inferior cervical (vagal) cardiac nerve

Vertebral ganglion

Inferior thyroid artery

Vertebral artery

Cervicothoracic (stellate) ganglion

Ansa subclavia

Recurrent laryngeal nerve

Inferior cervical (sympathetic) cardiac nerves

Thoracic cardiac branch of vagus nerve

4th thoracic sympathetic ganglion

Thoracic (sympathetic) cardiac branches

Cardiac plexus Phrenic nerve (cut)

Superior cervical sympathetic ganglion

Vagus nerve (X)

Superior cervical (sympathetic) cardiac nerve

Superior cervical (vagal) cardiac nerve

Middle cervical sympathetic ganglion

Phrenic nerve

Middle cervical (sympathetic) cardiac nerve

Inferior cervical (vagal) cardiac nerve

Vertebral ganglion

Cervicothoracic (stellate) ganglion

Inferior cervical sympathetic cardiac nerves

Superior cervical sympathetic ganglion

Vagus nerve (X)

Middle cervical sympathetic ganglion

Phrenic nerve

Superior cervical sympathetic ganglion

Vagus nerve (X)

Superior cervical (sympathetic) cardiac nerve

Superior cervical (vagal) cardiac nerve

Middle cervical sympathetic ganglion

Phrenic nerve

Middle cervical (sympathetic) cardiac nerve

Inferior cervical (vagal) cardiac nerve

Vertebral ganglion

Cervicothoracic (stellate) ganglion

4th thoracic sympathetic ganglion

Thoracic (sympathetic) cardiac branches

Cardiac plexus Phrenic nerve (cut)

Cervico Thoracic Branch Vagus Nerve

Inferior cervical sympathetic cardiac nerves

3rd thoracic sympathetic ganglion

Thoracic (sympathetic) cardiac branches

•Thoracic cardiac branch of vagus nerve

Recurrent laryngeal nerve

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  • tiia
    Where is the stellate ganglion?
    8 years ago
  • vincent miller
    Is the stellate gsnglion part of the vagal nerve?
    5 months ago

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