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5 Matching questions

  1. levator veli palatini O&I and action
  2. styloglossus O&I and action
  3. infrahyoid muscles
  4. intrinsic tongue muscles action
  5. suprahyoid muscles
  1. a O: temporal bone
    I: median palatine raphe
    A: raises soft palate to contact posterior pharyngeal wall (food goes down), helps with speech
  2. b O: styloid process of temporal bone
    I: tongue
    A: retracts tongue
  3. c 4 pairs of hyoid muscles inferior to hyoid bone; sterno hyoid, sternothryroid, thyrohyoid, omohyoid
  4. d superior and inferior longitudinal: chnge shape of tongue= shorten, thicken, curl
    transverse and vertical: make tongue long and narrow
  5. e superior to hyoid.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. O: digastric fossa of mandible
    I; intermediate tendon (wraps around hyoid bone)
    A: open jaw
  2. O:occipital bone, cervical and thoracic regions. I:clavicle and scapula. A: lift clavicle/scapula (shrugging)
  3. when truly happy; zygomatic major contracts w/ orbicularis oculi
  4. O: median palatine raphe (soft palate area)
    I: tongue
    A: elevates/arches tongue, depressing soft palate toward tongue, moves food down
  5. O: scapula
    I: hyoid bone
    A:fixes stabilizes hyoid

5 True/False questions

  1. geniohyoid (anterior suprahyiod) O&I and actionO: genial tubercles of mandible
    I: body of hyoid
    A: opens jaw


  2. median pharyngeal raphepart of both repiratory and digestive tract. connected to nasal and oral cavites. 3 pharynx portions; oropharynx, nasopharynx, laryngopharynx


  3. What do these muscles have in common? Digastric, Mylohyoid, stylohyoid, geniohyoid and what group of muscles do they belong to?orbicularis oculi, corrugator, and procerus


  4. intrinsic tongue musclesentirely inside tongue; incl. superior longitudinal, transverse, vertical, and inferior longitudinal


  5. tensor veli palatini O&I and actionO: auditory tube and sphenoid
    I: median palatine raphe
    A: tenses and slightly lowers soft palate, opens auditory tube during swallowing


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