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  1. result of trauma, which tears fibers in cribiform plate
  2. Retropharyngeal space
  3. Functions of the nose
  4. Fauces
  5. normally closed, equalizes pressure during swallowing.
    links middle ear to pharynx.
  1. a area created by DEEP layers of fascia, posterior to the esophagus between the prevertebral & buccopharyngeal fascia
  2. b Auditory tube (aka Eustachian tube or
    pharyngotympanic tube)
  3. c -airway passage
    -moisten & warm air
    -filter air
    -resonating chamber for speech
    -houses olfactory receptors
  4. d anosmia (no smell) associated with TBI
  5. e arch-like entranceway inside the mouth.
    Extends from soft palate to epiglottis

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Allows the esophagus to move in relation to the vertebral column during swallowing.
    Clinical significance: allows the spread of infections to the mediastinum
  2. membrane-walled ducts and sacs lining the bony labyrinth.
    Three main parts: 1) cochlear duct, 2) utricle & saccule, 3) semicircular canals
  3. string-like skin from the gums (gingiva) between front two teeth to the cheek
    (under the tongue = lingual frenulum)
  4. from submandibular gland
    -opens under the tongue to either side of the lingual frenulum
  5. 8 per quadrant:
    2 insisors, 1 canine, 2 premolar, 3 molar

5 True/False questions

  1. antihelixridge along the middle of auricle

          

  2. Sensory component of Gag ReflexCN 9

          

  3. Motor component of Gag ReflexCN 10 (Vagus)

          

  4. Bony Labyrinth3 part cavity:semicircular canals, vestibule, cochlea

          

  5. Vestibule of the oral cavity-airway passage
    -moisten & warm air
    -filter air
    -resonating chamber for speech
    -houses olfactory receptors