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Gross Anatomy Head and the Neck
The neck is divided into 4 sections. N…
How do the sympathetic nerves get into…
Which two nerves run between the carot…
Cross section or Axial view of the nec…
1) Posterior Cervical... 2)Lateral Cervical... 3)Anterior Cervical…
They hitch a ride onto the carotid arteries in the form of ne…
1.) Vagus in medial ... 2) Phrenic is Lateral
Focus on the structures within the carotid sheath and note th…
The neck is divided into 4 sections. N…
1) Posterior Cervical... 2)Lateral Cervical... 3)Anterior Cervical…
How do the sympathetic nerves get into…
They hitch a ride onto the carotid arteries in the form of ne…
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Gross Anatomy Head/Neck
Nasal Septum
Roof of the Nasal Cavity
Floor of the Nasal Cavity (Hard Plate)
Inferior Concha
- the nasal cavity is divided into right and left halves by t…
- cribiform plate of the ethmoid bone... - sphenoid bone
- maxilla (palantine process)... - palantine bone (horizontal pr…
- is considered to be a separate bone
Nasal Septum
- the nasal cavity is divided into right and left halves by t…
Roof of the Nasal Cavity
- cribiform plate of the ethmoid bone... - sphenoid bone
Gross Anatomy Head and Neck
afferent
efferent
Autonomic Nervous System
Spinal Nerves
The signal travels to the CNS
The signal travels from the CNS
Visceral motor (involuntary); Conducts impulses from the CNS…
31 pairs; names for the vertebral level at which they exit th…
afferent
The signal travels to the CNS
efferent
The signal travels from the CNS
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Gross Anatomy Head and Neck
Define Synarthrodial
Define Amphiarthroses
Define Diarthrosis
3 Functional classifications of Joints
A Non-movable Joint
A Slightly move-able Joint
A freely move-able joint
Diarthrosis, Amphiarthroses, and Snyarthrodial.
Define Synarthrodial
A Non-movable Joint
Define Amphiarthroses
A Slightly move-able Joint
46 terms
Face, Neck, Head - Gross Anatomy
Buccinator
Buccinator
Buccinator
Masseter
Buccinator
Buccinator
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Gross anatomy of muscles: Head and neck
Frontal belly (Action)
Frontal belly (Origin)
Frontal belly (Insertion)
Risorius (Action)
(Action) raises eyebrows
(Origin) Occipital
(Insertion) skin of eyebrows
(Action) Draws corner of lip laterally
Frontal belly (Action)
(Action) raises eyebrows
Frontal belly (Origin)
(Origin) Occipital
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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)
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Gross Anatomy Lab #1 Head and Neck
FRONTAL BONE
Superciliary Arches
Supra-orbital Foramen
Glabella
3 bones of the frontal Region
FRONTAL BONE
3 bones of the frontal Region
Superciliary Arches
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Head and Neck Gross Anatomy Final
Posterior and Superior boundary of the…
Anterior border of the temporal fossa.
Lateral Border of the Temporal Fossa
Inferior border of the Temoral Fossa
Temporal Lines
Frontal and Zygomatic Bones
Zygomatic Arch
Infratemporal Crest
Posterior and Superior boundary of the…
Temporal Lines
Anterior border of the temporal fossa.
Frontal and Zygomatic Bones
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Head and Neck Gross Anatomy Final
Posterior and Superior boundary of the…
Anterior border of the temporal fossa.
Lateral Border of the Temporal Fossa
Inferior border of the Temoral Fossa
Temporal Lines
Frontal and Zygomatic Bones
Zygomatic Arch
Infratemporal Crest
Posterior and Superior boundary of the…
Temporal Lines
Anterior border of the temporal fossa.
Frontal and Zygomatic Bones
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Head and Neck (Gross Anatomy and Embryology)
Pharyngeal Arch I - Nerve
Pharyngeal Arch I - Muscles ... 5 (8)
Pharyngeal Arch I - Vascular element (s)
Pharyngeal Arch I - Cartilage/Bone... 3 (8)
V2, V3
Muscles of Mastication (temporal, masseter, lateral pterygoid…
Maxillary artery
Bones of face (maxilla, zygoma, mandible, palatine, vomer, sq…
Pharyngeal Arch I - Nerve
V2, V3
Pharyngeal Arch I - Muscles ... 5 (8)
Muscles of Mastication (temporal, masseter, lateral pterygoid…
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Gross Anatomy Head and Neck; Spine
The vertebra increase in size from ___…
The _______ transmits the weight to th…
Bodies of all vertebrates are built on…
Bones are connected by _____ & _______
C1-L5
Sacrum
Central Axis (Vertebral Column)
Joints and ligaments
The vertebra increase in size from ___…
C1-L5
The _______ transmits the weight to th…
Sacrum
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Gross Anatomy: Head and Neck Bones
Nasal Plane
Philtrum
Nasal aperture
Nasal septum is composed of what two t…
Apical portion of nose, including nostrils, devoid of hair
Median groove between nostrils
Bony opening into nasal cavity
Septal cartilage... Osseous componets
Nasal Plane
Apical portion of nose, including nostrils, devoid of hair
Philtrum
Median groove between nostrils
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Head and Neck 1 Gross Anatomy
Embryology of Head and Neck
Neurocranium
Chondocranium
Dermatocranium aka. Membranous neurocr…
Neurocranium... 1. Chondocranium... 2. Dermatocranium... Viscerocran…
Surrounds the brain:... 1. Chondocranium... 2. Dermatocranium
- Forms base of the neurocranium... - Chondocranium's derivative…
- Forms lateral and top parts of the skull... - Laid down as fla…
Embryology of Head and Neck
Neurocranium... 1. Chondocranium... 2. Dermatocranium... Viscerocran…
Neurocranium
Surrounds the brain:... 1. Chondocranium... 2. Dermatocranium
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Head and Neck Gross Anatomy Final
Posterior and Superior boundary of the…
Anterior border of the temporal fossa.
Lateral Border of the Temporal Fossa
Inferior border of the Temoral Fossa
Temporal Lines
Frontal and Zygomatic Bones
Zygomatic Arch
Infratemporal Crest
Posterior and Superior boundary of the…
Temporal Lines
Anterior border of the temporal fossa.
Frontal and Zygomatic Bones
145 terms
Head and Neck Gross Anatomy Final
Posterior and Superior boundary of the…
Anterior border of the temporal fossa.
Lateral Border of the Temporal Fossa
Inferior border of the Temoral Fossa
Temporal Lines
Frontal and Zygomatic Bones
Zygomatic Arch
Infratemporal Crest
Posterior and Superior boundary of the…
Temporal Lines
Anterior border of the temporal fossa.
Frontal and Zygomatic Bones
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Gross Musculoskeletal Anatomy of the Head, Neck, and Trunk
Temporalis
Masseter
Sternocleidomastoid (SCM)
Splenius capitis
O: Temporal fossa... I: Superior mandible... A: Mandible retraction…
O: Zygomatic arch... I: Inferior mandible... A: Mandible elevation…
O: Sternum, clavicle... I: Mastoid process of temporal... A: Head f…
O: Ligamentous nuchae, spinous processes of upper thoracic ve…
Temporalis
O: Temporal fossa... I: Superior mandible... A: Mandible retraction…
Masseter
O: Zygomatic arch... I: Inferior mandible... A: Mandible elevation…
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Gross Anatomy of Head and Neck; Spine
The ______ supports the body's weight
The vertebrae increase in size from __…
The _______ transmits the weight to th…
Bodies of all vertebrates are built on…
Vertebral Column
C1 to L5
Sacrum
Central Axis
The ______ supports the body's weight
Vertebral Column
The vertebrae increase in size from __…
C1 to L5
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Lab 7- Gross Anatomy Head and Neck
Epicranius frontalis
Epicranius occipitalis
Orbicularis oculi
Zygomaticus major
Origin: epicranial aponeurosis. ... Insertion: skin of eyebrows…
Origin: occipital and temporal bones... Insertion: epicranial ap…
Origin: frontal and maxillary bones and ligaments around orbi…
Origin: zygomatic bone... Insertion: skin and muscle at corner o…
Epicranius frontalis
Origin: epicranial aponeurosis. ... Insertion: skin of eyebrows…
Epicranius occipitalis
Origin: occipital and temporal bones... Insertion: epicranial ap…
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Gross Anatomy Exam 1 -- Head and Neck
Supra-Orbital Foramen
Infra-Orbital Foramen
Mental Foramen
Foramen Ovale
Structures ... (1) Supra-orbital nerve (Frontal branch of CNV…
Structures ... (1) Infra-orbital nerve (from CNV2);... (2) Infra…
Structures ... (1) Mental nerve (from CNV3);... (2) Mental vessels
Structures ... (1) Mandibular trigeminal nerve (CNV3)
Supra-Orbital Foramen
Structures ... (1) Supra-orbital nerve (Frontal branch of CNV…
Infra-Orbital Foramen
Structures ... (1) Infra-orbital nerve (from CNV2);... (2) Infra…
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Head & Neck Gross Anatomy X-Rays
Lab List
1-Right Common Carotid A. ... 2-R. Subcla…
5-R. Vertebral A. ... 6-Brachiocephalic T…
10-R. Vertebral A. ... 11-L. Vertebral A.
Lab List
1-Right Common Carotid A. ... 2-R. Subcla…
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BRS 8th ed - Gross Anatomy: Head and Neck
Posterior triangle
Stuff in posterior triangle
Anterior triangle
Torticollis (wryneck)
Boundaries: SCM, Trapezius, clavicle. Floor: splenius capitis…
accessory nerve, cutaneous branches of the cervical plexus, e…
Boundaries: SCM, midline of neck, inferior border of mandible…
spasmodic contraction or shortening of the neck... muscles,... prod…
Posterior triangle
Boundaries: SCM, Trapezius, clavicle. Floor: splenius capitis…
Stuff in posterior triangle
accessory nerve, cutaneous branches of the cervical plexus, e…
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BRS 7th Gross Anatomy: Head and Neck
Posterior Cervical Triangle
Contents of the posterior cervical tri…
Anterior Cervical Triangle
Accessory Nerve
Bounded by the trapezius, SCM and clavicle, and is subdivided…
Spinal accessory nerve, external jugular vein, cervical root…
Bounded by the SCM, mandible and midline of the neck and is s…
Runs on the levator scapulae, deep to the trapezius, and inne…
Posterior Cervical Triangle
Bounded by the trapezius, SCM and clavicle, and is subdivided…
Contents of the posterior cervical tri…
Spinal accessory nerve, external jugular vein, cervical root…
Gross Anatomy of Skeletal Muscles : Head and Neck Muscles
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Buccinator
Covers the frontal bone and inserts in the eyebrows... -Allows y…
Has fibers that runs in circles around the eyes ... -Allows you…
Circular muscle of the lips... -Closes the mouth and protrudes t…
Runs horizontally across the cheek and inserts into the orbic…
Frontalis
Covers the frontal bone and inserts in the eyebrows... -Allows y…
Orbicularis Oculi
Has fibers that runs in circles around the eyes ... -Allows you…
51 terms
Gross Anatomy Head & Neck Midterm Lecture Exam
Sinuses are cavities in the skull and…
All of the following are foramina of t…
Which of the following bones articlate…
All of the following are marks of the…
All of the above
foramen cecum
Zygomatic bone
Cribiform plate
Sinuses are cavities in the skull and…
All of the above
All of the following are foramina of t…
foramen cecum
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Gross Anatomy of the Muscular Skeleton: Head, Neck, Trunk
skeletal muscles
prime movers/ agonists
antagonists
Prime movers and antagonists working t…
enable movement
muscles most responsible for producing a particular movement
muscles that oppose or reverse a movement
when a prime mover is active, the fibers of the antagonist ar…
skeletal muscles
enable movement
prime movers/ agonists
muscles most responsible for producing a particular movement
918 terms
DDS 1 Gross Anatomy: Head and Neck
Boundaries of the carotid triangle
Carotid triangle contains (vessels, ne…
The right common carotid originates fr…
The common carotid artery divides into…
superior belly of omohyoid, posterior belly of digastric and…
-common carotid artery (and its branches)... -internal jugular v…
brachicephalic trunk; aortic arch
hyoid bone
Boundaries of the carotid triangle
superior belly of omohyoid, posterior belly of digastric and…
Carotid triangle contains (vessels, ne…
-common carotid artery (and its branches)... -internal jugular v…
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Gross Muscoloskeletal Anatomy of the Head, Neck and Trunk
Temporalis
Masseter
Sternocleidomastoid
Splenius Capitis
Origin: temporal fossa... Insertion: superior mandible... Action: m…
Origin: zygomatic arch... Insertion: inferior mandible... Action: m…
Origin: sternum, clavicle... Insertion: mastoid process of tempo…
Origin: ligamentum nuchae spinous processes of upper thoracic…
Temporalis
Origin: temporal fossa... Insertion: superior mandible... Action: m…
Masseter
Origin: zygomatic arch... Insertion: inferior mandible... Action: m…
Gross Anatomy of the Muscular System Muscles of the head and neck
frontalis
orbicularis oculi
temporalis
zygomaticus
Location: frontal... Origin: epicranial aponeurosis... Insertion: s…
Location: eyelids... Origin: frontal and maxillary bones and lig…
Location: fan-shaped above ear... Origin: temporal fossa... Inserti…
Location: cheek... Origin: zygomatic bone... Insertion: skin and mu…
frontalis
Location: frontal... Origin: epicranial aponeurosis... Insertion: s…
orbicularis oculi
Location: eyelids... Origin: frontal and maxillary bones and lig…
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Head and Neck Gross Anatomy Exam 1
A broad thin sheet of muscle in the su…
What is the Platysma's origin? Inserti…
The Platysma recieves its nerve supply…
What are the three layers of the Deep…
Platysma
Origin is from the fascia covering the pectoralis and deltoid…
The Cervical Branch on the Facial Nerve
Investing Layer... Pretrachgeal Layer... Prevertebral Layer
A broad thin sheet of muscle in the su…
Platysma
What is the Platysma's origin? Inserti…
Origin is from the fascia covering the pectoralis and deltoid…
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Gross Anatomy III; Superficial Head & Neck; NYCC
Mesoderm of second pharyngeal arch
CN VII; Facial Nerve
CN V(3)
levator palpebrae & occipitofrontalis
Muscles of facial expression develop from?
Muscles of facial expression are innervated by?
Masseter m. is innervated by?
Dilator of palpebral fissure
Mesoderm of second pharyngeal arch
Muscles of facial expression develop from?
CN VII; Facial Nerve
Muscles of facial expression are innervated by?
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Gross anatomy of the Muscular System-muscles of the head and neck
raise eyebrows
epicranial aponeurosis
skin of eyebrow and root of nose
frontal and maxillary bones
Action of the frontal belly of the epicranius
Origin of the frontal belly of the epicranius
Insertion of the frontal belly of the epicranius
Origin of the orbicularis oculi
raise eyebrows
Action of the frontal belly of the epicranius
epicranial aponeurosis
Origin of the frontal belly of the epicranius
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Gross Anatomy Head, Neck, and Back ACTION(S)
sternohyoid
sternothyroid
thyrohyoid
omohyoid
depresses hyoid
depresses thyroid cartilage
depresses hyoid
depresses hyoid
sternohyoid
depresses hyoid
sternothyroid
depresses thyroid cartilage
77 terms
Gross Musculoskeletal Anatomy of the Head, Neck, and Trunk
Describe: Joint (Articulation).
Describe: Synarthrosis. Is it a struct…
Describe: Amphiarthrosis. Is it a stru…
Describe: Diarthrosis. Is it a structu…
Where two bones come in contact with one another; junction be…
Joint that is not moveable at all; functional.
Joints that move a little; functional.
Joint that is freely moveable; functional.
Describe: Joint (Articulation).
Where two bones come in contact with one another; junction be…
Describe: Synarthrosis. Is it a struct…
Joint that is not moveable at all; functional.
25 terms
Gross anatomy II, Head and Neck Exam 1
The inferior border of the mandible, t…
Which nerve provides motor innervation…
The posterior branch of the retromandi…
A unilateral contraction of which musc…
submandibular triangle
Trigeminal nerve
posterior auricular vein
sternocleidomastoid
The inferior border of the mandible, t…
submandibular triangle
Which nerve provides motor innervation…
Trigeminal nerve
135 terms
Head and Neck Gross Anatomy Exam 1
A broad thin sheet of muscle in the su…
What is the Platysma's origin? Inserti…
The Platysma recieves its nerve supply…
What are the three layers of the Deep…
Platysma
Origin is from the fascia covering the pectoralis and deltoid…
The Cervical Branch on the Facial Nerve
Investing Layer... Pretrachgeal Layer... Prevertebral Layer
A broad thin sheet of muscle in the su…
Platysma
What is the Platysma's origin? Inserti…
Origin is from the fascia covering the pectoralis and deltoid…
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Gross Anatomy Head and Neck Unit Study Cards
External Carotid Artery (& name branch…
Lingual Artery
Facial Artery
Facial Vein
It arises from the common carotid artery when it splits into…
Branch of the external carotid supplying the tongue
Branch of the external carotid supplying the anterior facial…
Drains directly or indirectly into the internal jugular vein.…
External Carotid Artery (& name branch…
It arises from the common carotid artery when it splits into…
Lingual Artery
Branch of the external carotid supplying the tongue
37 terms
Gross Anatomy Unit 1: Head and Neck
Facial Nerve (VII)
Trigeminal Nerve (V)
the trigeminal nerve divides into 3 ma…
ophthalmic nerve
motor innervation to the muscles of facial expression
sensory innervation to the face
ophthalmic nerve, maxillary nerve, mandibular nerve
face and scalp
Facial Nerve (VII)
motor innervation to the muscles of facial expression
Trigeminal Nerve (V)
sensory innervation to the face
176 terms
Gross Anatomy II - Unit I: Head and Neck
facial (CN VII)
trigeminal (CN V)
opthalmic (V1)
maxillary (V2)
Motor innervation to the muscles of facial expression is via…
Sensory innervation to the face is via branches of what nerve?
What nerve distributes sensory information primarily to the f…
What nerve distributes sensory information primarily to the c…
facial (CN VII)
Motor innervation to the muscles of facial expression is via…
trigeminal (CN V)
Sensory innervation to the face is via branches of what nerve?
51 terms
Gross Anatomy Head & Neck Midterm Lecture Exam
Sinuses are cavities in the skull and…
All of the following are foramina of t…
Which of the following bones articlate…
All of the following are marks of the…
All of the above
foramen cecum
Zygomatic bone
Cribiform plate
Sinuses are cavities in the skull and…
All of the above
All of the following are foramina of t…
foramen cecum
138 terms
Head and Neck Gross Anatomy Exam 1
A broad thin sheet of muscle in the su…
What is the Platysma's origin? Inserti…
The Platysma recieves its nerve supply…
What are the three layers of the Deep…
Platysma
Origin is from the fascia covering the pectoralis and deltoid…
The Cervical Branch on the Facial Nerve (CN 7)
Investing Layer... Pretrachgeal Layer... Prevertebral Layer
A broad thin sheet of muscle in the su…
Platysma
What is the Platysma's origin? Inserti…
Origin is from the fascia covering the pectoralis and deltoid…
22 terms
Gross Anatomy Final Exam Head and neck
CNS
PNS
How many pairs of cranial and spinal n…
List how many of the 31 pairs of spina…
Composed of Brain and spinal cord
consists of the nerves and ganglia outside of the brain and s…
12 pairs of cranial nerves... 31 pairs of spinal nerves
-8 cervical... -12 thoracic... -5 lumbar... -5 sacral... -1 coccygeal... (Si…
CNS
Composed of Brain and spinal cord
PNS
consists of the nerves and ganglia outside of the brain and s…
22 terms
ANAT 2626 Head and Neck Gross Anatomy
Alveolus
Arytenoid
Auriculo
Buccal
"small cavity"
"spoon, or ladle"... i.e. arytenoid cartilage
(auris) - "ear"
bucca - "Cheek"
Alveolus
"small cavity"
Arytenoid
"spoon, or ladle"... i.e. arytenoid cartilage
9 terms
Gross Anatomy of Skeletal Muscles (Head & Neck)
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis oris
Buccinator
Origin: occipital bone ... Insertion: skin of forehead ... Function…
Origin: maxilla & frontal bone around eye... Insertion: encircle…
Origin: muscle fibers around mouth... Insertion: encircles mouth…
Origin: maxilla and mandible... Insertion: obicularis oris ... Func…
Frontalis
Origin: occipital bone ... Insertion: skin of forehead ... Function…
Orbicularis Oculi
Origin: maxilla & frontal bone around eye... Insertion: encircle…
26 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Muscular Skeleton: Head, Neck, Trunk
skeletal muscles
prime movers/ agonists
antagonists
Prime movers and antagonists working t…
enable movement
muscles most responsible for producing a particular movement
muscles that oppose or reverse a movement
when a prime mover is active, the fibers of the antagonist ar…
skeletal muscles
enable movement
prime movers/ agonists
muscles most responsible for producing a particular movement
918 terms
DDS 1 Gross Anatomy: Head and Neck
Boundaries of the carotid triangle
Carotid triangle contains (vessels, ne…
The right common carotid originates fr…
The common carotid artery divides into…
superior belly of omohyoid, posterior belly of digastric and…
-common carotid artery (and its branches)... -internal jugular v…
brachicephalic trunk; aortic arch
hyoid bone
Boundaries of the carotid triangle
superior belly of omohyoid, posterior belly of digastric and…
Carotid triangle contains (vessels, ne…
-common carotid artery (and its branches)... -internal jugular v…
136 terms
Gross Anatomy 3 Final Exam Head and Neck
Cranium
Walls of Cranial Cavity
Injuries to the Cranium
Development of Cranium
Skeleton of head... Neurocranium... 8 bones... Calvaria... Intramembranou…
Thinnest where muscles cover the skull... Thinnest at pterion... In…
Fractures to the maxillae and facial bones (mandible+calvaria)
In newborn, facial aspect is 1/8 of cranium... In adult, facial…
Cranium
Skeleton of head... Neurocranium... 8 bones... Calvaria... Intramembranou…
Walls of Cranial Cavity
Thinnest where muscles cover the skull... Thinnest at pterion... In…
87 terms
CWU Regional Gross Anatomy Neck, Head, Back
Bones of Neurocranium ... (4) Singular... (2…
Divisions of Neurocranium: (2)
In Anatomical Position the Orbitomeata…
Bones of the vicerocranium:... 3 singular…
Singular:... -Frontal... - Ethmoid... -Sphenoid... -occipital... Paired:... -Te…
Calvaria (Skull Cap)... Cranial Base
superior boarder- External acoustic meatus ... Inferior boarder-…
single-... mandible... vomer... Ethmoid (also part of neurocranium)... P…
Bones of Neurocranium ... (4) Singular... (2…
Singular:... -Frontal... - Ethmoid... -Sphenoid... -occipital... Paired:... -Te…
Divisions of Neurocranium: (2)
Calvaria (Skull Cap)... Cranial Base
33 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Muscular System: Head, Neck & Trunk
gluteus maximus
adductor magnus
biceps femoris
transversus abdominus
relative size of the muscle
relative size of the muscle; action of the muscle
number of origins; location of the muscle relative to a bone…
location of the muscle relative to a bone or body region; dir…
gluteus maximus
relative size of the muscle
adductor magnus
relative size of the muscle; action of the muscle
58 terms
Gross Anatomy Head, Neck, and Back ACTION(S)
sternohyoid
sternothyroid
thyrohyoid
omohyoid
depresses hyoid
depresses thyroid cartilage
depresses hyoid
depresses hyoid
sternohyoid
depresses hyoid
sternothyroid
depresses thyroid cartilage
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