5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- anterior belly of digastric
- bells palsey
- CN # 7
- depressor anguli oris
- a origin- mandible, inserts- angle of mouth, action- depresses corner of mouth for frown, innervation- CN # 7
- b facial nerve
- c origin- scapula, inserts- into hyoid bone, action- depresses hyoid bone, and aids in swallowing, innervated- cervical nerves, Long and thin
- d origin- madible, inserts on hyoid bone, action- elevates hyoid and moves slightly anterior, innervated- CN # 7
- e syndrome that affects CN # 7- facial nerve, the muscles that are stimulated by the facial nerve do not get stimulated on either the right or the left side, droopy eyelids, or frown, has the appearance of a stroke, idiopathic- questionable cause, it is not known why or how it starts or goes away.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- along forehead above orbit, raised eyebrows or scrunched forehead.
- these muscles are responsible for shaping the tounge during speech, chewing and swallowing
- which muscle is a smaller version of the masseter?
- when right lateral ptergoid muscles contracts the mandible does this, and vice versa if the left one were to contract.
- origin- on temporal bone, inserts- on coronoid process, action- elevates mandible, helps masseter, slight retrusion, innervation- CN # 5
5 True/False Questions
platysma → originates- clavicle, inserts- soft tissue of chin, action- allows for movement of tissues of the neck, innervation- CN # 7, covers whole neck area
trigeminal nerve → where muscle originates, and attaches to immoveable bone or surfaces
obicularis oris → circles eye, originates- orbital rim, inserts- soft tissue that surrounds orbit, action- closes eye or scrunches eye lightly or with tightness, innervation- CN #7
thyrohyoid → positioned under geniohyoid, originates- mylohyoid line on mandible, inserts- in hyoid bone, action- elevates and moves slightly anterior the hyoid bone, innevated- mylohyoid nerve
stylohyoid → origin- styloid process of temporal bone, inserts on hyoid bone, action- moves hyoid slightly posterior and elevates, innervated- CN # 7