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5 Matching questions

  1. What are the cartilages that make up the external nose?
  2. What allows the infratemporal fossa, middle cranial fossa, nasopharynx, nasal
    cavity and oral cavity to communicate?
  3. The nerve supply of the posterior-inferior portion of the nasal mucosa is
    mainly from the ______, by way of the ______ to the nasal septum, and ______ and ____branches of the _____ to the lateral wall.
  4. Pharyngeal tonsil
  5. Most of the external nose is supplied by V1 via the _____ and the _____ branch of the _____ nerve. Alae of the nose supplied by _____
  1. a lymphoid tissue in dorsal wall of nasopharynx
  2. b infratrochlear nerve and the external nasal branch of the anterior ethmoidal nerve; Alae is supplied by the nasal branches of the infratrochlear nerve (from V2)
  3. c lateral nasal, septal and alar
  4. d maxillary nerve; nasopalatine nerve; posterior superior lateral nasal; inferior lateral nasal; greater palatine nerve
  5. e Pterygopalatine fossa

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the vestibule
  2. anastomotic arterial plexus involving all
    five arteries (above) supplying the anterior part of the nasal septum
  3. posterior ethmoid air cells
  4. - bulla
    - semilunar hiatus
  5. - opens into middle meatus (via semilunar hiatus)
    - left and right usually asymmetrical
    -innervated by V1

5 True/False questions

  1. Nasopharynx-bones and cartilage that divide nasal cavity into right and left
    - bony septum is mainly from ethmoid bone and vomer

          

  2. Pharyngeal recessa groove between salpingopharyngeal fold and
    posterior wall of nasopharynx

          

  3. Sphenopalatine foramen allows communication of the ______ with the _____pterygopalatine fossa; infratemporal fossa

          

  4. Anterior ethmoidal artery, posterior ethmoidal artery and sphenopalatine arterdivide into lateral and medial (septal) branches

          

  5. Foramen rotundum allows the pterygopalatine fossa to communicate with theorbit

          

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