5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Occipital & retroauricular lymph nodes
- Permanent teeth
- Fxn of retropharyngeal space
- Epithelium of BOTH oropharynx and laryngopharynx
- The chain of nodes along the internal jugular vein
- a 8 per quadrant:
2 insisors, 1 canine, 2 premolar, 3 molar
- b both flow to the superficial cervical nodes, located along the EJV (Superficial to the SCM).
From superficial cervical nodes -> deep
- c Allows the esophagus to move in relation to the vertebral column during swallowing.
Clinical significance: allows the spread of infections to the mediastinum
- d Deep cervical nodes.
Drain into the jugular trunk -> thoracic duct or right lymphatic duct
- e stratified squamous epithelium
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Outer rim of auricle
- area in middle meatus where frontal and maxillary sinuses drain, as well as the anterior ethmoid air cells
- Parotid duct from parotid gland
-opens high up in the vestibule (around the second molar)
- palantine - lateral walls under fauces
lingual - on posterior tongue surface
5 True/False Questions
Palatopharyngeal arch → posterior to palantine tonsil
palatoglossal arch → more anterior in mouth
*Marks the boundary between mouth/pharynx
tragus → little bump over the anterior side of external acoustic meatus
Olfactory → The one sense that doesn't pass through the thalmus before going to the cortex
normally closed, equalizes pressure during swallowing.
links middle ear to pharynx. → stratified squamous epithelium