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5 Matching questions

  1. palatoglossal arch
  2. result of trauma, which tears fibers in cribiform plate
  3. contained in bony labyrinth
  4. Functions of the nose
  5. Olfactory neurons
  1. a -airway passage
    -moisten & warm air
    -filter air
    -resonating chamber for speech
    -houses olfactory receptors
  2. b anosmia (no smell) associated with TBI
  3. c Bipolar neuron:
    axons to nasal mucosa
    soma (cell body) found in olfactory bulb
    olfactory track -> medial temporal lobe
  4. d more anterior in mouth
    *Marks the boundary between mouth/pharynx
  5. e perilymph fluid

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. through infundibulum into semilunar hiatus (middle meatus @ hiatus semilunaris)
  2. some protection from infection
    located near the pharyngotympanic tube in the NASOpharynx
  3. Allows the esophagus to move in relation to the vertebral column during swallowing.
    Clinical significance: allows the spread of infections to the mediastinum
  4. CN 10 (Vagus)
  5. Outer rim of auricle

5 True/False questions

  1. Stenson's ductParotid duct from parotid gland
    -opens high up in the vestibule (around the second molar)

          

  2. submental, submandibular, buccal & parotid lymph nodesFlow strait to deep cervical nodes

          

  3. OlfactoryThe one sense that doesn't pass through the thalmus before going to the cortex

          

  4. sphenoid sinus drainageinferior meatus (below inferior conchae)

          

  5. Conchae & meatusContains spiral ganglion

          

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