5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- levator labii superioris
- moves to the left
- a originates- genial tubricles, inserts- hyoid bone, innervation- CN # 1, action- elevates and moves hyoid slightly anterior
- b origin- maxilla, inserts- maxillary lip, action- pulls lip up for smile, innervation- CN #7
- c the most lateral of all muscles of mastication, origin- zygomatic arch of the zygomatic bone, inserts- on ramus, and angle of mandible, action- chewing and talking and elevates mandible, innervation- CN # 5, V3, or mandibular nerve
- d when right lateral ptergoid muscles contracts the mandible does this, and vice versa if the left one were to contract.
- e on moveable bone, bone will move as a result of muscle action- what results from contraction
5 Multiple choice questions
- origainates- temporal bone, specifically the mastoid process, inserts- on hyoid bone, action- elevates hyoid and moves slightly posterior, innervation- CN # 7
- origin- soft tissue around mouth, inserts- soft tissue around mouth, action- closes lips to a sucking or pursing action, innervation- CN #7
- origin- sternum and clavicle, inserts- hyoid bone, action- depresses hyoid bone, and aids in swallowing, innervated- cervical nerves, long and thin
- which nerve will stimulate that muscle to contract
- how many groups of muscles does the tongue have?
5 True/False questions
platysma → originates- clavicle, inserts- soft tissue of chin, action- allows for movement of tissues of the neck, innervation- CN # 7, covers whole neck area
floor of mouth → together the geneohyoid a d mylohyoid muscles form what?
intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of tongue → both are neccessary for chewing and speaking
mentalis → what muscles shapes the coronoid process
temporalis → origin- on temporal bone, inserts- on coronoid process, action- elevates mandible, helps masseter, slight retrusion, innervation- CN # 5