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Buccal branches of facial nerve

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Buccal branches of facial nerve

(Science: anatomy, nerve) motor branches of the facial nerve distributed to buccina or muscle and other muscles of facial expression below orbit and above chin.

Synonym: rami buccales nervi facialis.