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  1. Occipital & retroauricular lymph nodes
  2. Permanent teeth
  3. Fxn of retropharyngeal space
  4. Epithelium of BOTH oropharynx and laryngopharynx
  5. The chain of nodes along the internal jugular vein
  1. a 8 per quadrant:
    2 insisors, 1 canine, 2 premolar, 3 molar
  2. b both flow to the superficial cervical nodes, located along the EJV (Superficial to the SCM).

    From superficial cervical nodes -> deep
  3. c Allows the esophagus to move in relation to the vertebral column during swallowing.
    Clinical significance: allows the spread of infections to the mediastinum
  4. d Deep cervical nodes.
    Drain into the jugular trunk -> thoracic duct or right lymphatic duct
  5. e stratified squamous epithelium

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Outer rim of auricle
  2. area in middle meatus where frontal and maxillary sinuses drain, as well as the anterior ethmoid air cells
  3. Parotid duct from parotid gland
    -opens high up in the vestibule (around the second molar)
  4. palantine - lateral walls under fauces
    lingual - on posterior tongue surface
  5. antitragus

5 True/False Questions

  1. Palatopharyngeal archposterior to palantine tonsil

          

  2. palatoglossal archmore anterior in mouth
    *Marks the boundary between mouth/pharynx

          

  3. traguslittle bump over the anterior side of external acoustic meatus

          

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

          

  5. normally closed, equalizes pressure during swallowing.
    links middle ear to pharynx.
    stratified squamous epithelium

          

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