5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- occipitofrontalis muscle
- extra-ocular eye muscles (oculomotor muscles)
- The six extra-ocular eye muscles
- splenius muscles
- palatal muscles
- a superficial layer of muscles of the spine
- b muscles that raise the soft palate
- c inferior, lateral, medial, superior recti, superior and inferior obliques.
- d control eye position and movements
- e control movements of the eyebrows, forehead, and scalp.
5 Multiple choice questions
- control the position of the larynx, depress the mandible and provide a foundation for the muscles of the tongue and pharynx
- necessary for speech and swallowing
- tenses skin of the neck and depresses the mandible
- identity of the nerve that controls a given muscle
- muscles involved with sight and hearing are included in this group
5 True/False questions
muscles of the pelvic floor → important in the initiation of the swallowing process. Muscles include the pharyngeal constrictors, palatopharyngeous, salpingopharyngeus, and stylopharyngeus, and the palatal muscles.
genioglossus, hyoglossus. palatoglossus, and styloglossus → control eye position and movements
frontal and occipital bellies → muscles that lie between the vertebral column and the ventral midline
oblique and rectus muscles → superficial layer of muscles of the spine
diaphragm → separates the abdominopelvic and thoracic cavities; important in respiration