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Head & Neck Anatomy ch 3
Aperture
Arch
Articulation
Bones
Opening or orifice in bone
Prominent bridge-like bony structure
Area where the bones are joined to each other
Mineralized structures of the body that protect internal soft…
Aperture
Opening or orifice in bone
Arch
Prominent bridge-like bony structure
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Gross Anatomy 3 (Head & Neck)
☆☆ Beginning of Reeves: Osteology ☆☆
Encloses the brain and its meninges, v…
eight bones of neurocranium (encapsula…
viscerocranium (face) includes:
☆☆ Beginning of Reeves: Osteology ☆☆
Neurocranium (brain)
frontal, ethmoid, sphenoid, occipital, temporal, parietal
inferior orbit, nasal cavity, oral cavity
☆☆ Beginning of Reeves: Osteology ☆☆
☆☆ Beginning of Reeves: Osteology ☆☆
Encloses the brain and its meninges, v…
Neurocranium (brain)
Head and neck anatomy Ch.3
Which of the following features is loc…
Which area is immediately posterior th…
In addition to the zygomatic bone, whi…
Which of the following is the location…
External Acoustic Meatus
Maxillary Tuberosity
Temporal Bone
Lambdoidal suture
Which of the following features is loc…
External Acoustic Meatus
Which area is immediately posterior th…
Maxillary Tuberosity
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Anatomy Exam 3 Neck/Head
eye towards mouth (down and in)
fascial layers
injury to occulomotor nerve
nerve that controls circular muscle
inferior rectus
prevertebral... -muscles of cervical vertebrae... pretracheal... -visc…
out and down (because that nerve does not innervate the muscl…
controlled by occulomotor nerve
eye towards mouth (down and in)
inferior rectus
fascial layers
prevertebral... -muscles of cervical vertebrae... pretracheal... -visc…
112 terms
Anatomy Practical Head & Neck
Sternocleidomastoid muscle
Sternocleidomastoid muscle
Anterior belly of digastric muscle
Posterior belly of digastric muscle
11?
22?
13?
20?
Sternocleidomastoid muscle
11?
Sternocleidomastoid muscle
22?
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Head and Neck anatomy Ch.3
Which of the following features is loc…
Which area is immediately posterior to…
In addition to the zygomatic bone, Whi…
Which of the following is the location…
External acoustic meauts.
Maxillary Tuberosity
Temporal bone.
Lambdoidal Suture
Which of the following features is loc…
External acoustic meauts.
Which area is immediately posterior to…
Maxillary Tuberosity
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Head & Neck Anatomy Exam 3
The chorda tympani nerve passes throug…
What are the three articulating parts…
The suture joining the frontal and par…
The internal carotid artery enters the…
Petrotympanic fissure
Mandibular condyle, articular fossa and eminence, and articul…
Coronal suture
Foramen lacerum
The chorda tympani nerve passes throug…
Petrotympanic fissure
What are the three articulating parts…
Mandibular condyle, articular fossa and eminence, and articul…
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Head and Neck Anatomy Chapter 3
Which bones are located in the neurocr…
What are the cranial bones?
Which cranial bones are paired?
Which cranial bones are single?
Cranial
Parietal... Temporal... Ethmoid... Frontal... Occipital... Sphenoid
Parietal and temporal
Ethmoid, frontal, occipital, and sphenoid
Which bones are located in the neurocr…
Cranial
What are the cranial bones?
Parietal... Temporal... Ethmoid... Frontal... Occipital... Sphenoid
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Head & Neck Anatomy Exam 3
Average weight of a Brain is?
CEREBELLUM
DIENCEPHALON
THALAMUS
3lbs
-Coordinates complex somatic motor patterns.... - Adjusts output…
THALAMUS & HYPOTHALAMUS
Relay and processing centers for sensory information.
Average weight of a Brain is?
3lbs
CEREBELLUM
-Coordinates complex somatic motor patterns.... - Adjusts output…
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Head & Neck anatomy 1-3
Process
condyle:
epicondyle
head
general term for any projection
a large convex prominence
prominence on a surface of a condyle
projection of a bone by a neck (such as femur)
Process
general term for any projection
condyle:
a large convex prominence
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Anatomy Unit 3- Head and Neck
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Sensory (Afferent) Division of PNS
Somatic sensory nerve fibers
Consists of the brain and spinal cord; Integrative and contro…
Consists of the cranial and spinal nerves; Communication line…
Consists of the somatic and visceral sensory nerve fibers; co…
Sensory nerve fibers for conscious awareness
Central Nervous System
Consists of the brain and spinal cord; Integrative and contro…
Peripheral Nervous System
Consists of the cranial and spinal nerves; Communication line…
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Head and Neck anatomy Exam 3
Which of the following local anesthesi…
As a result of a bicycle accident, a p…
Which of the following local anestheti…
When administering a local anesthetic…
Inferior alveolar nerve block ( IA)
Anterior superior alveolar, infraorbital, and nasopalatine ne…
Anterior superior alveolar nerve block( ASA)
Maxilla, mandible, palatine
Which of the following local anesthesi…
Inferior alveolar nerve block ( IA)
As a result of a bicycle accident, a p…
Anterior superior alveolar, infraorbital, and nasopalatine ne…
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Head and Neck Anatomy Ch 3
aperture
arch
articulation
bones
opening or orifice in bone
prominent bridgelike bony structure
area where the bones are joined to each other
mineralized structures of the body that protect internal soft…
aperture
opening or orifice in bone
arch
prominent bridgelike bony structure
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Chapter 3 skeletal system head and neck anatomy
Pest of 6
Virgil Cannot Make My Pet Zebra Laugh
Condyle
Bones
Cranial Bones:... Parietal bones (paired)... Ethmoid bone (single)…
Facial Bones:... Vomer (single)... Inferior nasal conchae (paired)…
oval prominence involved w/ joints
mineralized structures in the body which protect soft tissue,…
Pest of 6
Cranial Bones:... Parietal bones (paired)... Ethmoid bone (single)…
Virgil Cannot Make My Pet Zebra Laugh
Facial Bones:... Vomer (single)... Inferior nasal conchae (paired)…
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Head and Neck anatomy Quiz # 3
origin
insertion
action
cervical, facial expression, masticati…
the end of muscle attached to least movable stucture
the end of muscle attached to more movable structure
the work accomplished when the muscle fiber contracts
Name the 7 main muscle groups of the head and neck.
origin
the end of muscle attached to least movable stucture
insertion
the end of muscle attached to more movable structure
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Anatomy Block 3 (Head & Neck)
The twelve cranial nerve pairs are num…
Which cranial nerve arises from the up…
Which cranial nerve innervates structu…
Which cranial nerve innervates a back…
Rostal to Caudal
CN XI
CN X
CN XI
The twelve cranial nerve pairs are num…
Rostal to Caudal
Which cranial nerve arises from the up…
CN XI
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Anatomy Block 3 (Head & Neck) ***
The twelve cranial nerve pairs are num…
Which cranial nerve arises from the up…
Which cranial nerve innervates structu…
Which cranial nerve innervates a back…
Rostal to Caudal
CN XI
CN X
CN XI
The twelve cranial nerve pairs are num…
Rostal to Caudal
Which cranial nerve arises from the up…
CN XI
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Anatomy head and neck chapter 3
skeletal system consists of what?
bones of skeletal system are
bones protect what?
bones serve as
bones, cartilage, and joints
mineralized structures in the body
internal soft tissue
biomechanic basis for movement of body, along with muscles, t…
skeletal system consists of what?
bones, cartilage, and joints
bones of skeletal system are
mineralized structures in the body
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Head and Neck anatomy Exam 3
The________of a muscle is generally at…
The ______ of muscle is generally atta…
Depressor Anguli Oris Muscle
Levator anguli oris muscle
Orgin
Insertion
Originates on the inferior border of the mandible and inserts…
Originates on the canine fossa of the maxilla and inserts int…
The________of a muscle is generally at…
Orgin
The ______ of muscle is generally atta…
Insertion
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Anatomy - Head/Neck (part #3)
Where does an extradural (epidural) he…
Where does a subdural hematoma occur,…
Where does a subarachnoid hematoma occ…
Most commonly, is a bursted brain aneu…
1. Bleeding is occurring between the bone and the dura mater…
1. Bleeding is occurring between the dura mater and the arach…
1. Bleeding occurs in the subarachnoid space... 2. Bleeding come…
Subarachnoid hematoma, because the bleeding is coming from a…
Where does an extradural (epidural) he…
1. Bleeding is occurring between the bone and the dura mater…
Where does a subdural hematoma occur,…
1. Bleeding is occurring between the dura mater and the arach…
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Anatomy Exam 3 - Head & Neck
Five large cavities of the skull:
Roof of the cranial cavity is known as
Anterior aspect of the skull divided i…
Superior nuchal line serves as attachm…
- 2 nasal cavities... - 2 orbits... - cranial cavity
Calvaria
1. frontal... 2. maxillary... 3. nasal... 4. orbital... 5. mandibular
1. Trapezius... 2. Spinalis Capitis... 3. Semispinalis Capitis
Five large cavities of the skull:
- 2 nasal cavities... - 2 orbits... - cranial cavity
Roof of the cranial cavity is known as
Calvaria
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Head and Neck Anatomy Exam 3
Caries blood away from the heart
Caries blood to the heart
A large network of blood vessels is kn…
A connecting blood channel between blo…
artery
veins
plexus
anastomosis
Caries blood away from the heart
artery
Caries blood to the heart
veins
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Head and Neck anatomy Ch.3
Which of the following features is loc…
Which area is immediately posterior to…
In addition to the zygomatic bone, Whi…
Which of the following is the location…
External acoustic meauts.
Maxillary Tuberosity
Temporal bone.
Lambdoidal Suture
Which of the following features is loc…
External acoustic meauts.
Which area is immediately posterior to…
Maxillary Tuberosity
Head and Neck Anatomy exam 3
Transverse Ridge
Maxillary premolar lobes
Trifurcated Root
Maxillary first premolar
Goes all the way across. When two triangular ridges connect.…
Composed of four developmental lobes, three buccal lobes, and…
Maxillary first premolar has what type of root?
Has a longer central groove and sharper developmental groove
Transverse Ridge
Goes all the way across. When two triangular ridges connect.…
Maxillary premolar lobes
Composed of four developmental lobes, three buccal lobes, and…
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Head and neck anatomy quiz 3
what suture is between the zygomatic b…
What suture is between the sphenoid bo…
What suture is between the occipital b…
What suture is between the nasal and f…
Zygomaticomaxillary
Sphenofrontal suture
Occipitomastoid
Nasofrontal suture
what suture is between the zygomatic b…
Zygomaticomaxillary
What suture is between the sphenoid bo…
Sphenofrontal suture
Head and Neck anatomy Ch.3
Which of the following features is loc…
In addition to the zygomatic bone, Whi…
Which of the following is the location…
Which of the following bony landmarks…
External acoustic meauts.
Temporal bone.
Lambdoidal Suture
Occipital condyles with atlas
Which of the following features is loc…
External acoustic meauts.
In addition to the zygomatic bone, Whi…
Temporal bone.
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Head and Neck Anatomy Quiz 3
What is a ligamentous band of the bucc…
The pterygomandibular raphe gives atta…
What is to the medial and lateral surf…
Image
Pterygomandibular raphe
Posterior border gives attachment to the superior pharyngeal…
Medial surface is covered by the mucous membrane of mouth. La…
What is a ligamentous band of the bucc…
Pterygomandibular raphe
The pterygomandibular raphe gives atta…
Posterior border gives attachment to the superior pharyngeal…
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2-3: Cross-Sectional Anatomy of the Head and Neck
body planes
axial plane
coronal plane
sagittal plane
-Axial... -Coronal... -Oblique/Orthogonal... -Sagittal... -Transverse
Divides the body into cranial (superior) and caudal (inferior…
Separates the body into anterior and posterior portions, also…
Divides the body into right and left halves.
body planes
-Axial... -Coronal... -Oblique/Orthogonal... -Sagittal... -Transverse
axial plane
Divides the body into cranial (superior) and caudal (inferior…
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Anatomy test 3 - head and neck
temporal, zygomatic, buccal, mandibula…
superior thyroid, ascending pharyngeal…
parietal, frontal, temporal, sphenoid
temporal process of zygomatic bone, zy…
branches of the facial nerve (5)
major branches of external carotid artery (8)
pterion is the conjunction of which bones? (4)
zygomatic arch is formed by what? (2)
temporal, zygomatic, buccal, mandibula…
branches of the facial nerve (5)
superior thyroid, ascending pharyngeal…
major branches of external carotid artery (8)
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ANATOMY HEAD AND NECK CHAPTER 3
the outer one third... the rest is walled…
the tympanic plate of the temporal mem…
the long handle of the malleus - esp t…
the outer surface
which part of the external acoustic meatus is cartilagenous
what is the bony part of the external acoustic meatus made of
which part of the malleus is joined to the tympanic membrane…
which surface of the tympanic membrane is concave
the outer one third... the rest is walled…
which part of the external acoustic meatus is cartilagenous
the tympanic plate of the temporal mem…
what is the bony part of the external acoustic meatus made of
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Head & Neck Anatomy (Chpt.3)
Which of the following features is loc…
Which area is immediately posterior to…
In addition to the zygomatic bone, whi…
Which of the following is the location…
C. External acustc meatus
D) maxillary tuberosity
A) temporal bone
D) lambdoidal suture
Which of the following features is loc…
C. External acustc meatus
Which area is immediately posterior to…
D) maxillary tuberosity
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Head and Neck Skeletal Anatomy
Mental Protuberance- the chins project…
Mental Foramen- Hole that transmits br…
Mandible- the jawbone (comes from the…
Alveolar process of maxilla- part of t…
Mental Protuberance- the chins project…
Mental Foramen- Hole that transmits br…
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Head and Neck Anatomy Exam 3
What are the facial anatomy features w…
What two parts is the oral cavity divi…
What is the tissue connecting the lips…
What is it called when you remove a la…
Transitional zone and vermilion border of lips... Ala of nose... Na…
Vestibule... Oral cavity proper
Labial frenum
frenectomy ... to allow the incisors to come together
What are the facial anatomy features w…
Transitional zone and vermilion border of lips... Ala of nose... Na…
What two parts is the oral cavity divi…
Vestibule... Oral cavity proper
163 terms
Anatomy - Head, Neck
frontalis
orbicularis oculi
nasalis
levator labii superioris
frontalis
orbicularis oculi
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Head & Neck Anatomy Quiz #3
This nerve traverses the foramen ovale
This artery traverses the foramen spin…
This structure passes from the infrate…
This artery courses through the mandib…
Mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve
Middle meningeal artery
Maxillary artery
Inferior alveolar artery
This nerve traverses the foramen ovale
Mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve
This artery traverses the foramen spin…
Middle meningeal artery
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Anatomy Unit 3 Head and Neck
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Tract
Ganglia
The brain and spinal cord; contain control centers for proces…
Neural tissue outside the CNS whose function is to link the C…
bundle of axons within CNS that share a common origin, destin…
An anatomically distinct collection of sensory or motor neuro…
Central Nervous System
The brain and spinal cord; contain control centers for proces…
Peripheral Nervous System
Neural tissue outside the CNS whose function is to link the C…
24 terms
Anatomy Muscle: head and neck
levator scapulae
Levator Scapulae
sternocleidomastoid
sternohyoid
levator scapulae
Levator Scapulae
53 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy Chapter 3
Temporal Bone
Frontal Bone
Maxilla
Occipital Bone
Flat skull bone that protects mainly the organs responsible f…
Flat skull bone forming the forehead and top of the eye socke…
Toothed bone forming the upper jaw; it helps to form the pala…
Flat skull bone articulating with the parietal bone and atlas…
Temporal Bone
Flat skull bone that protects mainly the organs responsible f…
Frontal Bone
Flat skull bone forming the forehead and top of the eye socke…
50 terms
Head & Neck Anatomy: Nerves
Nerves of Head and Neck allows functio…
Central Nervous System (CNS) connects to
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) connec…
Spinal nerves
TMJ, Muscles, Glands
Brain & Spinal Cord
Spinal Nerves & Cranial Nerves
- 31 Nerve branches... - Innervates specific organs & regions
Nerves of Head and Neck allows functio…
TMJ, Muscles, Glands
Central Nervous System (CNS) connects to
Brain & Spinal Cord
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anatomy region 3- head and neck
cranial nerves
longest nerve in body
somatic motor only
sensory only
12 pairs... extended from brain stem... motor, sensory, or both
vagus
trochlear, abducent, and hypoglossal... branchial motor- spinal…
olfactory... optic... auditory
cranial nerves
12 pairs... extended from brain stem... motor, sensory, or both
longest nerve in body
vagus
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Anatomy Module 3 Head and Neck
Supraspinatus (Action)
Supraspinatus (Origin)
Supraspinatus (Insertion)
Supraspinatus (Innervation)
Abduction of Arm
Supraspinous fossa of the scapula
Greater tubercle of the humerus
Suprascapular Nerve
Supraspinatus (Action)
Abduction of Arm
Supraspinatus (Origin)
Supraspinous fossa of the scapula
103 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy Chapter 3
aperature
arch
articulation
bones
narrow opening in a bone
prominent bridge-like bony structure
area where bones are joined to each other
mineralized structures protecting internal soft tissue and se…
aperature
narrow opening in a bone
arch
prominent bridge-like bony structure
295 terms
Head & Neck Anatomy Unit 3
anterior wall of pterygopalatine fossa?
posterior wall of pterygopalatine foss…
lateral wall of ptergyopalatine fossa?
medial wall of pterygo palatine fossa?
maxilla
sphenoid (pterygoid process)
pterygomaxillary fissure
palatine bone
anterior wall of pterygopalatine fossa?
maxilla
posterior wall of pterygopalatine foss…
sphenoid (pterygoid process)
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Anatomy Exam 3 Head and Neck
4 nerves related to superior orbital e…
What nerve supplies the superior and i…
meaning of palpebrate
lacrimate
oculomotor (III)... Trigeminal (V)... Trochlear ... Abducens
oculomotor
blinking the eye
cry
4 nerves related to superior orbital e…
oculomotor (III)... Trigeminal (V)... Trochlear ... Abducens
What nerve supplies the superior and i…
oculomotor
150 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy Test 3
External Ear
Middle Ear
Inner Ear
Helix
Auricle, external auditory meatus/canal, eardrum
Cavity with 3 ossicles - cavity = a cube... Contains malleus, in…
Organs of hearing and equilibrium - cochlea and semicircular…
Outer rim of the auricle
External Ear
Auricle, external auditory meatus/canal, eardrum
Middle Ear
Cavity with 3 ossicles - cavity = a cube... Contains malleus, in…
48 terms
Head & Neck Anatomy ch 3
What are the 2 major divisions in the…
Cranial Bones
List the sutures
List the 8 cranial bones
8 cranium does that house the brain (aka Neurocranium) and 14…
single/paired... immovable... suture
Cranial- b/t parietal & frontal bones... Sagittal- b/t parietal…
Frontal (single)... Parietal (paired)... Occipital (single)... Tempora…
What are the 2 major divisions in the…
8 cranium does that house the brain (aka Neurocranium) and 14…
Cranial Bones
single/paired... immovable... suture
212 terms
Anatomy Lab - Head and Neck
Pterion
Frontal bone
supraorbital margin
supraorbital foramen/notch
• Small circular area where sutures of frontal, parietal, tem…
supraorbital margin... supraorbital foramen/notch
supraorbital nerve (branch of the ophthalmic division of CN V)
Pterion
• Small circular area where sutures of frontal, parietal, tem…
Frontal bone
supraorbital margin... supraorbital foramen/notch
30 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy Ch 3
Which of the following features is loc…
Which area is immediately posterior to…
In addition to the zygomatic bone, whi…
Which of the following is a location o…
C. External acoustic meatus
D. Maxillary tuberosity
A. Temporal bone
D. Lambdoidal suture
Which of the following features is loc…
C. External acoustic meatus
Which area is immediately posterior to…
D. Maxillary tuberosity
75 terms
Anatomy Exam 3 (head and neck)
Cribriform plate
Optic canal
Superior orbital fissure
Foramen rotundum
Anterior Fossa... Olfactory N (CN 1)
Middle fossa... CN 2 & ophthalmic A
Middle fossa... CN III, IV, V1, VI... Opthalmic veins
Middle Fossa... CN V2
Cribriform plate
Anterior Fossa... Olfactory N (CN 1)
Optic canal
Middle fossa... CN 2 & ophthalmic A
71 terms
Head & Neck Anatomy Exam 3
The chorda tympani nerve passes throug…
What are the three articulating parts…
The suture joining the frontal and par…
The internal carotid artery enters the…
Petrotympanic fissure
Mandibular condyle, articular fossa and eminence, and articul…
Coronal suture
Foramen lacerum
The chorda tympani nerve passes throug…
Petrotympanic fissure
What are the three articulating parts…
Mandibular condyle, articular fossa and eminence, and articul…
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