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Related to ambiguous nucleus: Spinal trigeminal nucleus, Nucleus tractus solitarius
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The ambiguous nucleus is thought to receive afferences from the contralateral ambiguous and retrofacial nuclei as well as bilateral signals from the nucleus of the solitary tract.
Axons from the ambiguous nucleus have a larger circumference than the retrofacial axons.