EC terminal group--Superficial temporal artery supplies? Arises in which salivary gland?
portions of the face and scalp Arises in parotid salivary gland
EC terminal group--Maxillary artery Branches? Travels in which fossa of the skull? Terminates where?
Larger terminal branch of EC Begins at mandibular condyle Travels in infratemporal fossa giving off many branches Terminates in the sphenopalatine
Maxillary Branches--Middle meningeal artery supplies? Enters which cranial foramen:
supplies meninges of the brain Enters cranium via foramen spinosum
Maxillary Branches--Inferior alveolar (IA) artery supplies? Enters which foramen? Which artery branches off before entering foramen? Terminates in?
Supplies Mandibular teeth (dental and alveolar branches) and mandible Enters mandibular foramen and runs in mandibular canal Mylohyoid artery is given off just before IA enters mandibular canal.
Branches of IA artery?
Mylohyoid--runs in mylohyoid groove and supplies floor of mouth and mylohyoid muscle Mental--exits mental foramen--supplies chin and lower lip Incisive--remains in mandibular canal; gives off dental and alveolar branches to mandibular anterior teeth
Maxillary branches to muscles of mastication?
Deep temporal--temporalis muscles Pterygoid--lateral and medial pterygoid muscles Masseteric--masseter muscle Buccal--to buccinator
Maxillary branches--Posterior Alveolar (PSA) enters which foramina? and supplies what?
Enters the Posterior alveolar foramina on the maxillary tuberosity Supplies the posterior maxillary teeth by giving off dental and alveolar branches
Maxillary Branches--Infraorbital artery enters the orbit through? travels through which canal? gives off which branches?
Enter orbit through inferior orbital fissure Travels through the infraorbital canal Gives off--Orbital and Anterior Superior alveolar (ASA) Emerges onto the face from the infraorbital foramen
ASA gives off what branches? and anastomoses with with artery?
Gives off dental and alveolar branches for anterior maxillary teeth Anastomoses with PSA