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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. tubal tonsils
  2. Olfactory neurons
  3. Occipital & retroauricular lymph nodes
  4. Motor component of Gag Reflex
  5. Utricle and Saccule
  1. a both flow to the superficial cervical nodes, located along the EJV (Superficial to the SCM).

    From superficial cervical nodes -> deep
  2. b Bipolar neuron:
    axons to nasal mucosa
    soma (cell body) found in olfactory bulb
    olfactory track -> medial temporal lobe
  3. c CN 10 (Vagus)
  4. d Parts of the membranous labyrinth, within the vestibule
  5. e some protection from infection
    located near the pharyngotympanic tube in the NASOpharynx

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. pharyngeal tonsils
    in posterior wall of NASOpharynx
    destroys pathogens
  2. Parotid duct from parotid gland
    -opens high up in the vestibule (around the second molar)
  3. Space between the teeth and cheek
    (gets big when you blow your cheeks out)
  4. area created by DEEP layers of fascia, posterior to the esophagus between the prevertebral & buccopharyngeal fascia
  5. opens along sublingual fold

5 True/False questions

  1. Stapes attachment to inner earCochlea
    vestibule
    semicircular canals

          

  2. contained in bony labyrinthendolymph fluid

          

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

          

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

          

  5. normally closed, equalizes pressure during swallowing.
    links middle ear to pharynx.
    Auditory tube (aka Eustachian tube or
    pharyngotympanic tube)

          

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