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5 Matching questions

  1. Membranous Labyrinth
  2. sphenoid sinus drainage
  3. Olfactory
  4. Stenson's duct
  5. Wharton's duct
  1. a Above the superior nasal concha
    Called: sphenoethmoidal recess.
    -Tilt head forward to drain
  2. b from submandibular gland
    -opens under the tongue to either side of the lingual frenulum
  3. c Parotid duct from parotid gland
    -opens high up in the vestibule (around the second molar)
  4. d The one sense that doesn't pass through the thalmus before going to the cortex
  5. e membrane-walled ducts and sacs lining the bony labyrinth.
    Three main parts: 1) cochlear duct, 2) utricle & saccule, 3) semicircular canals

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Deep cervical nodes.
    Drain into the jugular trunk -> thoracic duct or right lymphatic duct
  2. palantine - lateral walls under fauces
    lingual - on posterior tongue surface
  3. oval window
  4. little bump over the anterior side of external acoustic meatus
  5. posterior to palantine tonsil

5 True/False questions

  1. nasolacrimal duct drainageAbove the superior nasal concha
    Called: sphenoethmoidal recess.
    -Tilt head forward to drain

          

  2. HelixOuter rim of auricle

          

  3. Vestibule of the oral cavitySpace between the teeth and cheek
    (gets big when you blow your cheeks out)

          

  4. submental, submandibular, buccal & parotid lymph nodesFlow strait to deep cervical nodes

          

  5. Epithelium of BOTH oropharynx and laryngopharynxAllows the esophagus to move in relation to the vertebral column during swallowing.
    Clinical significance: allows the spread of infections to the mediastinum