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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. posterior belly of digastric
  2. moves to the left
  3. depressor anguli oris
  4. CN # 7
  5. stylohyoid
  1. a origainates- temporal bone, specifically the mastoid process, inserts- on hyoid bone, action- elevates hyoid and moves slightly posterior, innervation- CN # 7
  2. b facial nerve
  3. c origin- styloid process of temporal bone, inserts on hyoid bone, action- moves hyoid slightly posterior and elevates, innervated- CN # 7
  4. d origin- mandible, inserts- angle of mouth, action- depresses corner of mouth for frown, innervation- CN # 7
  5. e when right lateral ptergoid muscles contracts the mandible does this, and vice versa if the left one were to contract.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. origin- scapula, inserts- into hyoid bone, action- depresses hyoid bone, and aids in swallowing, innervated- cervical nerves, Long and thin
  2. how many muscles of mastication are there?
  3. originates- occipital bone, insertion- scapula, action- shoulder shrug, innervation- CN # 11
  4. origin- ptergoid process, inserts- condlye, action- moves condyle, innervated- CN # 5
  5. origin- lateral ptergoid process, inserts, angle of mandible, action- mimics masseter on medial side, elevates mandible, innervated- CN # 5

5 True/False questions

  1. thyrohyoidorigin- thyroid cartilage, inserts- hyoid bone, action- depresses hyoid bone, and innervated- cervical nerves, short and thick

          

  2. CN # 11facial nerve

          

  3. insertsorigin- masseter muscle, inserts- angle of the mouth, action- widens mouth opening, innervation- CN # 7

          

  4. medial ptergoid processorigin- lateral ptergoid process, inserts, angle of mandible, action- mimics masseter on medial side, elevates mandible, innervated- CN # 5

          

  5. mentalisorigin- on temporal bone, inserts- on coronoid process, action- elevates mandible, helps masseter, slight retrusion, innervation- CN # 5

          

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