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Buccinator and Platysma
Which of the following muscles is not a lip elevator?
Which of the following muscles is both a laryngeal elevator AND a mandibular depressor?
Hyoglossus and Palatoglossus
Which of the following sets of muscles forms an antagonistic pair?
The anterior belly of the digastrics muscle is innervated by
Superior pharyngeal constrictor
If it is present, where will Passavant's pad be found?
Which of the following muscles helps control fine motor movements of the tongue?
The muscle that forms the bulk of the tongue
Class III malocclusion
An underbite is also known as
Between the palatoglossus and palatopharyngeus muscles
The palatine tonsils lie
Lower central incisors, Upper central incisors, Upper lateral incisors, Lower lateral incisors
Which of the following is the typical order of eruption for deciduous teeth?
One symptom of enlarged adenoids is
Tensor veli palatini
Which muscle helps dilate the eustachian tube?
Which type of the tooth anomaly is most likely to prevent proper occlusion?
Sensory innervation for taste from the posterior portion of the tongue is provided by
The structure on the inferior of the tongue that anchors the tongue to the mandible is called the
Taste buds are found on the surface of the tongue in the
The little valleys between the posterior of the tongue and the epiglottis are the
The foramen magnum is found in the BLANK bone
The BLANK cavity lies lateral to the oral cavity
Which of the following muscles is not a mandibular elevator?
The posterior faucial pillar is made up of the BLANK.
It helps elevate the tongue
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the mylohyoid muscle?
Superior and inferior longitudinal muscles
Which muscle controls movement of the tongue tip?
The mental symphysis is found on which of the following structures?
The BLANK connect the nasal cavity with the nasopharynx and help warm the air passing through
The BLANK suture lies between temporal and parietal bones in the skull.
None of the above
The mandible attaches to the skull on the BLANK bone via the BLANK process.
The mandibular fossa and external auditory meatus are both found on the BLANK bone.
All of the above
Which of the following bones have a zygomatic process?
When we clench our teeth, we can feel the belly of this muscle in our cheeks.
Which of the following is the typical location of clefting?
Frontal and parietal
The coronal suture separates the BLANK and BLANK bones.
Inter maxillary suture
Left and right palatine processes of the maxilla are separated by the
Mentalis and Depressor labii inferioris
Which of the following muscles helps depress the lower lip
Lateral incisors and cuspids
The premaxillary suture separates the BLANK and BLANK.
Which of the following muscles is not innervated by CN X11?
Propels food through the pharynx
Contraction of the pharyngeal constrictions accomplishes which of the following?
Posterior fibers of the genioglossus
Retraction of the tongue to produce /k/ could involve contraction of all of the following EXCEPT
Both the tensor veil palatine and the salpingopharyngeus allow for dilation of the Gustation tubes.
Both the tensor and elevator veil palatine are innervated by CN V.
The primary function of the elevator veil palatine is to close the velopharyngeal port.
The teeth are considered to be immoveable articulators.
The styloid process is found on the parietal bone.
Structures of the middle ear are housed beneath the occipital bone.
The muscle primarily responsible for elevating the velum is the tensor veil palatini.
A cleft palate is often associated with denasalized speech.
Teeth generally begin to erupt in the back of the mouth with front teeth emerging later.
The outermost surface of the teeth is made up of dentin.
The transverse palatine suture is the division between the oral cavity and oropharynx.
Contraction of the posterior fibers of the genioglossus will retract the tongue.
The medial pterygoid muscle helps protrude the mandible AND is innervated by CN V.
The mental foramen is an opening for nerves to pass through that is found on the maxilla.
Wormian bones can develop made when a suture in the skull divides.
Tonsils keep growing in size until adulthood.
The primary function of the medial pterygoid muscle is to protrude the mandible.
Muscles that elevate and lower the lips are motorically innervated by CN V.
The large facial muscle, otherwise known as the Bugler's muscle, that helps move food to grinding surfaces of the teeth is the masseter.
Both the superior and inferior longitudinal muscles of the tongue are capable of unilateral contractions.
It is necessary to contract the elevator veil palatini in order to produce an intelligible /m/ (that does not sound like a /b/).
The posterior 1/4 of the hard palate is made up of the palatine bone.
The tongue resides in both the oral and oropharyngeal cavities.
When protruding the tongue, the tongue will deviate contralateral to the site of injury or weakness.
The parietal bone is separated from occipital bone by the lambdoidal suture.
The first teeth to appear (erupt) are typically the central incisors.
Nasal bones have articulations in the mandible.
The vomer divides the nasal cavity into left and right portions.
The velopharyngeal port is open during quiet breathing.
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