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It is a cord-like condensation of the deep cervical fascia that extends from the apex of the styloid process of the temporal bone to the angle of the mandible. Its main function is to limit excessive anterior translation of the temporomandibular joint, thereby limiting mouth opening. It also acts as an origin of some of styloglossus fibers.