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Henry Gray (1825–1861).  Anatomy of the Human Body.  1918.
 
the level of a line joining the tip of the mastoid process to the angle of the mandible. The remainder of the gland is irregularly wedge-shaped, and extends deeply inward toward the pharyngeal wall.


FIG. 1022– Right parotid gland. Posterior and deep aspects. (See enlarged image)

  The gland is enclosed within a capsule continuous with the deep cervical fascia; the layer covering the superficial surface is dense and closely adherent to the gland; a portion of the fascia, attached to the styloid process and the angle of the mandible, is thickened to form the stylomandibular ligament which intervenes between the parotid and submaxillary glands.


FIG. 1023– Right parotid gland. Deep and anterior aspects. (See enlarged image)

  The anterior surface of the gland is moulded on the posterior border of the ramus of the mandible, clothed by the Pterygoideus internus and Masseter. The inner lip of the groove dips, for a short distance, between the two Pterygoid muscles,

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