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Block 4 - Anatomy - Neck
recurrent laryngeal nerve significance
superior laryngeal nerve
myxedema
thyrotoxicosis (Grave's disease)
Susceptible during thyroidectomy. Inferior thyroid arteries s…
Susceptible during thyroidectomy. Superior thyroid arteries s…
Atrophy of thyroid which causes decreased secretion of T3 and…
Condition when the thyroid has increased secretion of T3 and…
recurrent laryngeal nerve significance
Susceptible during thyroidectomy. Inferior thyroid arteries s…
superior laryngeal nerve
Susceptible during thyroidectomy. Superior thyroid arteries s…
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Anatomy Exam 4 - The Neck
superficial fascia
It lies between the dermis of the skin…
cutaneous nerves, blood, lymph, superf…
Investing ... Pretracheal ... Prevertebral
Subcutaneous fascia is also known as the _________________
What is the location of superficial cervical fascia?
What structures lie within the subcutaneous fascia?
What are the three layers of deep fascia?
superficial fascia
Subcutaneous fascia is also known as the _________________
It lies between the dermis of the skin…
What is the location of superficial cervical fascia?
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Anatomy (9): The Neck 4
Role of lymphatic system
Structure of the lymphatic system
Two groups of the lymph nodes of the h…
What nodes do the circular chain of no…
Drains excess fluid from tissue via lymphatic ducts and has a…
All lymph ducts have numerous lymph nodes along their course.…
Circular chain of nodes around the base of the skull and face…
Occipital nodes... Retorauricular nodes... Parotid nodes... Buccal nod…
Role of lymphatic system
Drains excess fluid from tissue via lymphatic ducts and has a…
Structure of the lymphatic system
All lymph ducts have numerous lymph nodes along their course.…
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Anatomy of neck 4(nerves)
Sensory nerves of Cervical Plexus
Motor nerves of Cervical Plexus
The "Nerve Point"
Branches of CNX
4 Cutaneous: supraclavicular nerves, lesser occipital n., gre…
Ansa cervicalis(C1-C3), C1 to thyrohyoid, phrenic n.(C3-C5)
Point along posterior border of middle 1/3 of SCM where cutan…
Internal laryngeal n., External laryngeal n., Recurrent laryn…
Sensory nerves of Cervical Plexus
4 Cutaneous: supraclavicular nerves, lesser occipital n., gre…
Motor nerves of Cervical Plexus
Ansa cervicalis(C1-C3), C1 to thyrohyoid, phrenic n.(C3-C5)
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Anatomy Exam 4 - Neck
At rest, what spinal level does the hy…
Regarding innervation of the suprahyoi…
Describe the hyoid bone
what lies in the SF fascial layer of t…
C3
mylohyoid and ant dig are close together, both V3... stylhyoid…
2 lateral greater horns, one central lesser horn, and an ante…
Platysma Muscle ... innervated by the facial nerve (assists with…
At rest, what spinal level does the hy…
C3
Regarding innervation of the suprahyoi…
mylohyoid and ant dig are close together, both V3... stylhyoid…
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Head and neck anatomy Chap 4
1. What part of the muscle is attached…
2. What part of the muscle is attached…
4. Sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM)... ♣…
5. Trapezius muscle ... ♣ Describe its lo…
origin-- the end of the muscle that is attached to the least…
insertion--is the other end of the muscle and is attached to…
origin-medial part of the clavicle & sternum's superior and l…
origin--external surface of the occipital bone and the poster…
1. What part of the muscle is attached…
origin-- the end of the muscle that is attached to the least…
2. What part of the muscle is attached…
insertion--is the other end of the muscle and is attached to…
Anatomy Exam #4 Neck
Neck is what?
Neck allows what?
Neck is Bounded by?
The anterior neck contains?
tube connecting head to torso
for passage of blood vessels and other structures from the he…
Muscles that support and move the head
visceral and vascular compartments
Neck is what?
tube connecting head to torso
Neck allows what?
for passage of blood vessels and other structures from the he…
Anatomy 4: Anterior Neck
Yes/or: the anterior portion of the ne…
What is the only bone in the neck? Whe…
Name the 3 parts of the pharynx.
The nasopharynx sits__________, the or…
No
hyoid bone is suspended by muscles in the neck around C3
nasopharynx, oropharynx, laryngopharynx
behind the nasal cavity, behind the tongue, behind the larynx
Yes/or: the anterior portion of the ne…
No
What is the only bone in the neck? Whe…
hyoid bone is suspended by muscles in the neck around C3
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Head & Neck Anatomy Exam 4
What are the three articulating parts…
The suture joining the frontal and par…
The internal carotid artery enters the…
What bone contains the carotid canal
Mandibular condyle, Articular fossa and eminence, Articular d…
Coronal suture
Carotid canal and Foramen lacerum.
Temporal bone
What are the three articulating parts…
Mandibular condyle, Articular fossa and eminence, Articular d…
The suture joining the frontal and par…
Coronal suture
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Anatomy Exam 4 - Head and Neck
temporalis muscle
Origin: temporal fossa ... Insertion: cor…
Infratemporal fossa
inferior temporalis muscle ... lateral an…
Which muscle lies in the temporal fossa?
Temporalis... Origin: ... Insertion: ... Innervation: ... Blood Supply:…
This space lies inferior to the zygomatic arch and communicat…
What are the contents of the infratemporal fossa?
temporalis muscle
Which muscle lies in the temporal fossa?
Origin: temporal fossa ... Insertion: cor…
Temporalis... Origin: ... Insertion: ... Innervation: ... Blood Supply:…
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USA - Anatomy - Exam 4 - Neck
List the muscles of the Superficial An…
Tell me about the Digastric - Anterior…
Tell me about the Mylohyoid... (Group, Ne…
Tell me about the Geniohyoid... (Group, N…
1.) Digastric - Anterior Belly... 2.) Mylohyoid... 3.) Geniohyoid
Superficial Anterior Neck - Suprahyoid... Trigeminal n. -> Mand…
Superficial Anterior Neck - Suprahyoid... Trigeminal n. -> Mand…
Superficial Anterior Neck - Suprahyoid... C1 via Hypoglossal n.…
List the muscles of the Superficial An…
1.) Digastric - Anterior Belly... 2.) Mylohyoid... 3.) Geniohyoid
Tell me about the Digastric - Anterior…
Superficial Anterior Neck - Suprahyoid... Trigeminal n. -> Mand…
Head and Neck Anatomy Ch 4
action
facial paralysis
insertion
muscle
movement accomplished by a muscle when the muscle fibers cont…
loss of action of the facial muscles
end of the muscle that is attached to the more movable struct…
type of body tissue that shortens under neural control, causi…
action
movement accomplished by a muscle when the muscle fibers cont…
facial paralysis
loss of action of the facial muscles
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Sectional anatomy- Ch 4 Neck
Atlas
Lateral mass
superior articular facets
Axis
The most atypical vertebra, it lacks a body and a true spinou…
The bulky bony structures lateral to the vertebral foramen wi…
The _________ correspond to the occipital condyles
Also called epistropheus, it forms the pivot for rotation of…
Atlas
The most atypical vertebra, it lacks a body and a true spinou…
Lateral mass
The bulky bony structures lateral to the vertebral foramen wi…
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Mod 4- Anatomy Head&Neck
Condyles
meatus
CN I
What is the path the olfactory nerve t…
articulates with the first cervical vertebrae, aids in head m…
canal
Olfactory Nerve
originates in the frontal lobe (at the olfactory bulbs), pass…
Condyles
articulates with the first cervical vertebrae, aids in head m…
meatus
canal
Anatomy 4,5,6 - Neck
What are the 15 structures found in th…
What structure does the thoracic duct…
What structure is posterior to the sub…
What is the first branch off of the su…
Brachiocephalics, Subclavians, internal jugulars, common caro…
The subclavian vein.
Brachial Plexus
The Vertebral.
What are the 15 structures found in th…
Brachiocephalics, Subclavians, internal jugulars, common caro…
What structure does the thoracic duct…
The subclavian vein.
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Head and Neck Anatomy Chapter 4
Epicranial aponeurosis
Masseter muscle
The muscle end attached to the least m…
Transverse muscle of the tongue
Both the origin of the frontal belly of the epicranial muscle…
Which of the following muscles is considered a muscles of mas…
The origin of a muscle is:
Which of the following muscle pairs is divided by median sept…
Epicranial aponeurosis
Both the origin of the frontal belly of the epicranial muscle…
Masseter muscle
Which of the following muscles is considered a muscles of mas…
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Anatomy Exam 4: The neck
superficial anterior neck
deep anterior neck
suprahyoid region
anterior belly of the digastric innerv…
1. hyoid bone... 2. suprahyoid region... 3. thyroid gland... 4. infrah…
1. internal jugular vein... 2. brachiocephalic, subclavian, and…
- lies posterior and inferior to the chin... - anterior bellies…
mylohyoid nerve from inferior alveolar nerve off mandibular d…
superficial anterior neck
1. hyoid bone... 2. suprahyoid region... 3. thyroid gland... 4. infrah…
deep anterior neck
1. internal jugular vein... 2. brachiocephalic, subclavian, and…
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Anatomy Neck; Root of Neck (Test 4)
C1
C2
Sternohyoid
Sternothyroid
Atlas (know all the parts)
Axis (know all parts)
ansa cervicalis
ansa cervicalis
C1
Atlas (know all the parts)
C2
Axis (know all parts)
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Head and neck anatomy quiz 4
list all vertebral curves
The vertebrae are separated by________…
The center of a vertebrae is called
Cervical curve composition
The cervical cure 7, thoracic curve 12, lumbar curve 5,and pe…
Intervertebral discs that provide attachment for various musc…
Vertebral foramen
There are 7 vertebrae. It is convex ventral from apex of dens…
list all vertebral curves
The cervical cure 7, thoracic curve 12, lumbar curve 5,and pe…
The vertebrae are separated by________…
Intervertebral discs that provide attachment for various musc…
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Anatomy exam 4 overview of the neck
borders of the posterior triangle of t…
borders of the anterior triangle of th…
fascia of the neck arranged into...
parts of the deep fascia of the neck
-sternocleidomastoid... -trapezius... -middle 1/3 clavicle
-midline of the neck... -sternocleidomastoid... -inferior mandible
-superficial fascia (subcutaneous)... -deep fascia (cylindrical…
-investing layer of deep cervical fascia... -prevertebral fascia…
borders of the posterior triangle of t…
-sternocleidomastoid... -trapezius... -middle 1/3 clavicle
borders of the anterior triangle of th…
-midline of the neck... -sternocleidomastoid... -inferior mandible
Anatomy 4: Posterior Triangle of the Neck
Which nerves supplies skin of the back…
Which nerves supply the skin of anteri…
What are the 4 cutaneous branches of t…
Where does the lesser occipital nerve…
Dorsal rami of spinal nerves C2-C5
Ventral rami of C2-C4 spinal nerves via cutaneous branches of…
Lesser occipital nerve (C2 or C2,C3), great auricular nerve (…
Follows posterior border of sternocleidomastoid. Supplies ski…
Which nerves supplies skin of the back…
Dorsal rami of spinal nerves C2-C5
Which nerves supply the skin of anteri…
Ventral rami of C2-C4 spinal nerves via cutaneous branches of…
Anatomy Head & Neck: Exam 4
Maxillary Nerve Goes through Which For…
What Cranial Nerve Goes through the Fo…
Mandibular Nerve (V3) exits through wh…
Which Cranial Nerve exits the cranial…
Foramen Rotundum
Maxillary
Foramen Ovale
Mandibular Nerve (V3)
Maxillary Nerve Goes through Which For…
Foramen Rotundum
What Cranial Nerve Goes through the Fo…
Maxillary
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head and neck anatomy test 4
Anastomosis/Anastomoses
Arteriole
Artery
Atherosclerosis
Communication of a blood vessel(s) with another blood vessel(…
Smaller artery that branches off an artery and connects with…
Type of blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart.
Narrowing and blockage of the arteries by a buildup of fatty…
Anastomosis/Anastomoses
Communication of a blood vessel(s) with another blood vessel(…
Arteriole
Smaller artery that branches off an artery and connects with…
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Anatomy/Head & Neck: Chapter 4 Muscular System
cervical muscles
sternocleidomastoid muscle
trapezius
REGIONS OF FACIAL MUSCLE EXPRESSIONS
trapezius and sternocleidomastoid
ORIGIN: sternum & clavical... INSERTION: mastoid process... ACTION:…
ORIGIN: external surface of occipital bone & posterior midlin…
scalp... eye... oral
cervical muscles
trapezius and sternocleidomastoid
sternocleidomastoid muscle
ORIGIN: sternum & clavical... INSERTION: mastoid process... ACTION:…
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Anatomy Exam 4 (Head and Neck 2)
Start of Deep Structures of Neck
Deep Structures of the Neck includes:
Deep Structures of the neck aka
Anterior Vertebral M
...
Include:... -Blood vessels... -Prevertebral muscles (posterior to c…
Prevertebral m of neck
directly posterior to retropharyngeal space and medial to Neu…
Start of Deep Structures of Neck
...
Deep Structures of the Neck includes:
Include:... -Blood vessels... -Prevertebral muscles (posterior to c…
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Neck anatomy
Outer fascia or investing fascia
pretracheal fascia
Buccopharyngeal fascia
prevertebral fascia
envelops sternocleidomastoid... trapezisus msucles
envelps strap muscles (infrahyoid muscles)... thyroid gland... airway
surrounds the pharynx superior to the laryngo pharynx
Muscles of the cervical spine
Outer fascia or investing fascia
envelops sternocleidomastoid... trapezisus msucles
pretracheal fascia
envelps strap muscles (infrahyoid muscles)... thyroid gland... airway
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Head & Neck Anatomy - Test 4
What is the terminal branch of the Max…
What are the terminal branches of the…
What are the terminal branches of the…
What is an anastomose?
Sphenopalatine Artery
Superficial Temporal Artery... Maxillary Artery
Mental Artery... Incisive Artery
Blood vessels communicating with each other. If one valve is…
What is the terminal branch of the Max…
Sphenopalatine Artery
What are the terminal branches of the…
Superficial Temporal Artery... Maxillary Artery
Neck (Anatomy)
Investing layer of deep cervical fascia
Infx between investing layer and pretr…
Pretracheal Layer of Deep Cervical Fas…
Prevertebral Layer of Deep Cervical Fa…
Most superficial of deep fascia... Splits to enclose:... Trapezius…
Infection between investing layer and muscular portion of pre…
Thin, limited anterior portion of neck... Attaches superiorly to…
Tubular sheath for vertebral column and its muscles, i.e., lo…
Investing layer of deep cervical fascia
Most superficial of deep fascia... Splits to enclose:... Trapezius…
Infx between investing layer and pretr…
Infection between investing layer and muscular portion of pre…
Chapter 4 Head and Neck Anatomy
Action
Facial paralysis
Insertion
Muscle
Movement accomplished by a muscle when the muscle fibers cont…
Loss of action of the facial muscles
End of the muscle that is attached to the more moveable struc…
Type of body tissue that shortens under neural control, causi…
Action
Movement accomplished by a muscle when the muscle fibers cont…
Facial paralysis
Loss of action of the facial muscles
Head and Neck Anatomy Chapter 4
Masseter muscle
The muscle end attached to the least m…
Transverse muscle of the tongue
Mylohyoid muscle
Which of the following muscles is considered a muscles of mas…
The origin of a muscle is:
Which of the following muscle pairs is divided by median sept…
Which of the following paired muscles unites medially, formin…
Masseter muscle
Which of the following muscles is considered a muscles of mas…
The muscle end attached to the least m…
The origin of a muscle is:
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Head and Neck Anatomy Chapter 4
Digastric Origin
Digastric Insertion
Digastric Action
Mylohyoid Origin
Anterior Belly: intermediate tendon... _ _... Posterior belly: mast…
Anterior belly: medial surface of mandible... _ _... Posterior bell…
Elevation of the hyoid bone and larynx(occurs during swallowi…
Mylohyoid line of mandible
Digastric Origin
Anterior Belly: intermediate tendon... _ _... Posterior belly: mast…
Digastric Insertion
Anterior belly: medial surface of mandible... _ _... Posterior bell…
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Anatomy Unit 4: The Head & Neck
How Many Bones is the skull composed o…
The
Occipital Bone
Parietal Bone
22 Bones ... 8 "Braincase" - 7 of the skull ... 14 of face
...
1 bone
2
How Many Bones is the skull composed o…
22 Bones ... 8 "Braincase" - 7 of the skull ... 14 of face
The
...
Anatomy Exam 4 Head and Neck
What are the muscles of the suprahyoid…
What are the actions of the ant belly…
What are the actions of the mylohyoid?
What are the actions of the geniohyoid?
1. anterior belly of the digastric... 2. mylohyoid... 3. geniohyoid
-depress and retract mandible... -elevate hyoid
-elevation of hyoid, floor of mouth and tongue
-elevate and protrude hyoid... -elevate larynx... -depress mandible
What are the muscles of the suprahyoid…
1. anterior belly of the digastric... 2. mylohyoid... 3. geniohyoid
What are the actions of the ant belly…
-depress and retract mandible... -elevate hyoid
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Anatomy: Neck
1st Branchial Arch
2nd Branchial Arch
3rd Branchial Arch
4th Branchial Arch
Trigeminal (CN V): Maxillary and Mandibular Division... Mastica…
Facial (CN VII): ... Muscles of Facial Expression, Posterior be…
Glossopharyngeal (CN IX):... Stylopharyngeeus
Vagus (CN X)
1st Branchial Arch
Trigeminal (CN V): Maxillary and Mandibular Division... Mastica…
2nd Branchial Arch
Facial (CN VII): ... Muscles of Facial Expression, Posterior be…
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Head and Neck Anatomy ch 4
Where is the muscle least movable?
Where is the muscle more movable?
Cervical Muscles
Where is the origin and insertion of S…
Origin
Insertion moving toward the origin
superficial and easily palpated on the neck... Sternocleidomasto…
Origin: Medial clavicle and superior and lateral sternum... Inse…
Where is the muscle least movable?
Origin
Where is the muscle more movable?
Insertion moving toward the origin
Anatomy- Neck
Digastric
mylohyoid
sternohyoid
sternothyroid
O: mandible and mastoid notch... I: hyoid bone
O: mandible... I: raphe to hyoid bone
O: clavicle and manubrium of sternum... I: hyoid bone
O: manubrium and first costal cartilage... I: thyroid cartilage…
Digastric
O: mandible and mastoid notch... I: hyoid bone
mylohyoid
O: mandible... I: raphe to hyoid bone
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Neck Anatomy
Triangles of the Neck... *Know Borders a…
Posterior Triangle Borders
Posterior Triangle Content Muscles
Posterior Triangle Content Vessels
Posterior Triangle ... Anterior Triangle... Submandibular Triangle…
SCM... Upper Trap... Clavicle
Inferior omohyoid... Scalenes... Levator scapula... Splenius capitis
External jugular vein (superficial to SCM)... Transverse, supras…
Triangles of the Neck... *Know Borders a…
Posterior Triangle ... Anterior Triangle... Submandibular Triangle…
Posterior Triangle Borders
SCM... Upper Trap... Clavicle
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Anatomy: Neck
skeletal framework of neck
superficial fascia
neck fascia diagram
investing fascia
- from base of skull and mandible to the first rib... - anterior…
lies between the skin and investing layer of deep fascia, con…
- deep to superficial fascia... - completely surrounds neck... - su…
skeletal framework of neck
- from base of skull and mandible to the first rib... - anterior…
superficial fascia
lies between the skin and investing layer of deep fascia, con…
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Anatomy- Neck
Sternohyoid
Thyrohyoid
Sternothyroid
Omohyoid
infrahyoid muscle... Inf: posterior surface of manubrium and med…
infrahyoid muscle... Inf: oblique line of thyroid cartilage... Sup:…
infrahyoid muscle... Inf: posterior manubrium of sternum... Sup: ob…
Infrahyoid muscle... O: inferior belly - superior border scapula…
Sternohyoid
infrahyoid muscle... Inf: posterior surface of manubrium and med…
Thyrohyoid
infrahyoid muscle... Inf: oblique line of thyroid cartilage... Sup:…
Sectional Anatomy; Chp 4 (Neck)
cervical
atlas
axis
dens (odontoid process)
the uppermost 7 vertebrae located between the base of the sku…
the first of the 7 cervical vertebrae; supports the head; the…
the 2nd cervical vertebra, or epistropheus, forms the pivot f…
a bony structure roughly 1.5 cm long, that projects from the…
cervical
the uppermost 7 vertebrae located between the base of the sku…
atlas
the first of the 7 cervical vertebrae; supports the head; the…
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Anatomy - Neck
Manubrium
Mandible
Mandible
Clavicle
1
6
12
1
Manubrium
1
Mandible
6
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Neck Anatomy
Widest cervical certebra
Strongest Cervical vertebra
C3-C6 spinous process = Short in bifid…
1/2 of flexion/extension is at (skull/…
C1
C2
Whites... (but not in African Americans)
Skull-atlas
Widest cervical certebra
C1
Strongest Cervical vertebra
C2
Anatomy of the Neck
posterior triangle
sternocleidomastoid
external jugular vein
trapezius
sternocleidomastoid, external jugular vein, trapezius, clavicle
posterior triangle
sternocleidomastoid, external jugular vein, trapezius, clavicle
sternocleidomastoid
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Anatomy Exam 4 Head and Neck
located in sphenoid bone
Which bone is the crista galli located?
The olfactory nerve runs through
elevates eyebrows, wrinkle scalp
superior orbital fissure, optic canal
ethmoid bone
cribriform foramina
Occipitofrontalis frontal belly
located in sphenoid bone
superior orbital fissure, optic canal
Which bone is the crista galli located?
ethmoid bone
Anatomy- Face/Neck Muscles
buccinator
frontalis
masseter
occipitalis
buccinator
frontalis
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Anatomy Exam 4: Anterior Neck
Anterior triangle of the neck
subdivisions of anterior triangle of n…
posterior triangle of the neck
carotid sheath
neck midline, scm, jugular notch, mandible, fascia/skin
submental, submandibular, muscular
scm, trapezius, occipital bone, clavicle, fascia/skin
common carotid art, internal jugular vein, vagus n
Anterior triangle of the neck
neck midline, scm, jugular notch, mandible, fascia/skin
subdivisions of anterior triangle of n…
submental, submandibular, muscular
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Anatomy 4 - Intro to Head and Neck
nuchal region
root of neck
root of neck boundaries
skeleton of neck
back of neck
where cervical viscera, major blood vessels, nerves pass from…
anterior: manubrium of the sternum... lateral: first ribs... poster…
cervical vertebrae, laryngeal cartilages
nuchal region
back of neck
root of neck
where cervical viscera, major blood vessels, nerves pass from…
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Unit 4 Review: Spine and Neck Anatomy and Injuries
Cervical
Thoracic
Lumbar
Cervical dislocation
What vertebra is this?
What vertebra is this?
What vertebra is this?
What is this injury?
Cervical
What vertebra is this?
Thoracic
What vertebra is this?
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Neck Anatomy
What helps to define route an infectio…
What Allows tissues to glide over each…
What is the innervation of the platysm…
Where does the superficial fascia of t…
Fascia planes
Fascia planes
Cervical branches of facial nerve
Begins in thorax. Attaches to mandible. Blends with facial mu…
What helps to define route an infectio…
Fascia planes
What Allows tissues to glide over each…
Fascia planes
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Anatomy Lecture 4 - Neck I
What are the two triangles of the neck?
What is in between the two triangles o…
What are the boundaries of the anterio…
What are the boundaries of the posteri…
anterior and posterior
sternocleidomastoid
midline, mandible, SCM
SCM, trapezius, clavicle
What are the two triangles of the neck?
anterior and posterior
What is in between the two triangles o…
sternocleidomastoid
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