5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Levator palpebrae superioris
- Depressor labii inferioris
- Zygomaticus minor
- a muscle surrounding the lower lip and draws it to one side, also known as the quadratus labii inferioris
- b muscle between zygomatic bone and corner of mouth; superior to zygomaticus major
- c elevates the eylid, inserts into the superior tarsal plate and the orbicularis oculi
- d Located on cheek; muscle of chewing, closes the mandible. Assists in side-to-side movement of the mandible
- e Draws angles of the mouth laterally; compresses cheek; used to create sucking action
5 Multiple choice questions
- A small muscle superficial to the nasal bone and is active when an individual frowns. It arises from the nasal bone and the upper part of the lateral nasal cartilage and inserts into the skin over the lower part of the forehead between the eyebrows. It draws the medial border of the eyebrows downward to produce transverse wrinkles over the bridge of nose.
- draws scalp ant. and post. raises eyebrows and wrinkles skin
- muscle of facial expression that elevates the upper lip; origins in the frontal process of maxilla, courses vertically along the nose, and inserts into upper lip
- elevates hyoid and depresses mandible
- Muscle located beneath the frontalis and orbicularis oculi that draws the eyebrow inferiorly and medially as in frowning.
5 True/False questions
Platysma → the large muscle on the front of the neck
Zygomaticus major → draws mouth superior and lateral (smiling) zygomatic bone orbicularis orus and skin at angles of mouth
Levator anguli oris → Also known an caninus, a muscle that raises the angle of the mouth and draws in inward.
Depressor anguli oris → from the mandible to insert into the anguli oris (triangularis)
Orbicularis oris → the ring muscle of the eye socket, closes the eyelid