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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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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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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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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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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…
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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
...
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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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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
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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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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
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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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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
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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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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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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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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 Head and Neck
What two openings does the sphenoid bo…
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
What two openings does the sphenoid bo…
superior orbital fissure, optic canal
Which bone is the crista galli located?
ethmoid bone
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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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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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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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Regional Anatomy - Head and Neck
Frontal Bone
Lacrimal Bone
Lacrimal Fossa
Mandible
Frontal Bone
Lacrimal Bone
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Anatomy Muscle: head and neck
levator scapulae
Levator Scapulae
sternocleidomastoid
sternohyoid
levator scapulae
Levator Scapulae
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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.
petrous part of the 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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Head & Neck Anatomy Exam 4
True or False. Diffuse inflammation of…
True or False. The space of the body o…
True or False. The submandibular space…
Which of the following blood vessels i…
True
True
False
Lingual artery
True or False. Diffuse inflammation of…
True
True or False. The space of the body o…
True
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Head and Neck Anatomy: Neck
The superficial portion of the cervica…
The nerves of the superficial cervical…
The deep cervical plexus is primarily…
The ansa cervicalis is made up of what…
lesser occipital... great auricular... transverse cervical... supracla…
sensory
ansa cervicalis
branches of C1-C3
The superficial portion of the cervica…
lesser occipital... great auricular... transverse cervical... supracla…
The nerves of the superficial cervical…
sensory
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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
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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 Head and Neck Studying
Nasal plane
Philtrum
Nasal Aperature
Nasal Septum
apical portion of nose... Includes nostrils... Devoid of hair
Median groove between the nostrils
Bony opening into nasal cavity
Median part of the nasal aperature... Septal cartilage ... Osseous…
Nasal plane
apical portion of nose... Includes nostrils... Devoid of hair
Philtrum
Median groove between the nostrils
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Anatomy - Head, Neck
frontalis
orbicularis oculi
nasalis
levator labii superioris
frontalis
orbicularis oculi
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SGU Anatomy: Head and Neck
Cutaneous branches of the cervical ple…
Floor muscles of posterior neck triangle
Blood vessels in the posterior neck tr…
Nerves in the posterior neck triangle
SALT... Lesser occipital- skin behind ear... Greater Auriclular- in…
splenis capitus... levator scapulae ... scalene muscles
2 veins and 2 arteries... External Jugular vein ... subclavian arte…
1) cutaneous nerves of the cervical plexus... 2) supraclavicular…
Cutaneous branches of the cervical ple…
SALT... Lesser occipital- skin behind ear... Greater Auriclular- in…
Floor muscles of posterior neck triangle
splenis capitus... levator scapulae ... scalene muscles
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Chapter 9 Head and Neck Anatomy
Alveolar process
Articular disc
Articular eminence
Articular space
Portion of the maxillary bones that form the support for teet…
Cushion of dense, specialized connective tissue that divides…
Raised portion of the temporal bone just anterior to the glen…
Space between the capsular ligament and between the surfaces…
Alveolar process
Portion of the maxillary bones that form the support for teet…
Articular disc
Cushion of dense, specialized connective tissue that divides…
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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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Bones of the Cranium: Head and Neck Anatomy
Frontal Bone
Ethmoid Bone
Temporal Bone
Occipital Bone
Frontal Bone
Ethmoid Bone
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Anatomy: Chapter 4 The Head and Neck Region
The skeleton consists of how many bones?
The cranium consists of how many bones?
The face consists of how many bones?
How many "associated bones" are on the…
206
8
14
7 Total... 6-auditory... 1-hyoid
The skeleton consists of how many bones?
206
The cranium consists of how many bones?
8
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Bones of the Face: Head and Neck Anatomy
Nasal Bone
Vomer Bone
Inferior Nasal Conchae
Lacrimal Bone
Nasal Bone
Vomer Bone
85 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy
Skeletal system
Bones
Process
Condyle
consists of the bones and their associated cartilage and joints
mineralized structures protecting the internal soft tissue
any prominence on a bony surface is a process
oval prominence usually involved in joints
Skeletal system
consists of the bones and their associated cartilage and joints
Bones
mineralized structures protecting the internal soft tissue
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Anatomy Head and Neck
The orbit of carviores is INCOMPLETE (…
Facial crest
Present in equine. ... Continuation of th…
Facial tuberosity
What is the difference between the orbits of carnivores and e…
What species has a facial crest? What is it a continuation of…
The orbit of carviores is INCOMPLETE (…
What is the difference between the orbits of carnivores and e…
Facial crest
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Anatomy Lab #4 head/anterior neck
cranium/skull
eye
lacrimal gland
tongue
paired and unpaired bones divided into cranial and facial gro…
composed of three tunics (layers): fibrous, vascular, and neu…
located in the orbit. it secretes water lacrimal fluid (tears…
located in the oral cavity, it is a muscular organ with thick…
cranium/skull
paired and unpaired bones divided into cranial and facial gro…
eye
composed of three tunics (layers): fibrous, vascular, and neu…
18 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy
Ala of the nose
nasolabial groove
philtrum
vermilion zone
wing of the nose, edge of the nostril
corners of the mouth
bottom of the nose, middle of the upper lip
line around the lips
Ala of the nose
wing of the nose, edge of the nostril
nasolabial groove
corners of the mouth
66 terms
Anatomy: Head and Neck
Frontal belly of occipitofrontalis mus…
Epicranial aponeurosis
Occipital belly of occipitofrontalis m…
Auricularis anterior muscle
Frontal belly of occipitofrontalis mus…
Epicranial aponeurosis
97 terms
Anatomy Head and Neck
Bones by endochondral ossification
Bones in both nerurocranium and viscer…
Coronal suture
Sagittal suture
Temporal bone... Occipital bone... Ethmoid bone... Spenoid bone
Ethmoid bone... Spenoid bone... Temporal bone
Separates the front and back
Separates left and right
Bones by endochondral ossification
Temporal bone... Occipital bone... Ethmoid bone... Spenoid bone
Bones in both nerurocranium and viscer…
Ethmoid bone... Spenoid bone... Temporal bone
97 terms
Anatomy Head and Neck
Bones by endochondral ossification
Bones in both nerurocranium and viscer…
Coronal suture
Sagittal suture
Temporal bone... Occipital bone... Ethmoid bone... Spenoid bone
Ethmoid bone... Spenoid bone... Temporal bone
Separates the front and back
Separates left and right
Bones by endochondral ossification
Temporal bone... Occipital bone... Ethmoid bone... Spenoid bone
Bones in both nerurocranium and viscer…
Ethmoid bone... Spenoid bone... Temporal bone
neck: head and neck anatomy
neck skeleton
hyoid
attachments to hyoid
atlas vertebra
7 cervical vertebrae... manubrium of sternum... clavicles... hyoid bone
anterior to c3 ... does not articulate with any other bones... musc…
mandible, styloid process of temporal bone, larynx, clavicles…
c1... lacks vertebral body and spinous process... articulates with…
neck skeleton
7 cervical vertebrae... manubrium of sternum... clavicles... hyoid bone
hyoid
anterior to c3 ... does not articulate with any other bones... musc…
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Head and Neck Anatomy
ala of the nose
buccal mucosa
frenum
gingiva
the wing of the nose or outer edge of the nostril
the inner surface of the cheeks
tissue folds that connect two parts of the mouth
composed of mucosa that surrounds the necks of the teeth and…
ala of the nose
the wing of the nose or outer edge of the nostril
buccal mucosa
the inner surface of the cheeks
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?
130 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy Exam 1
Philtrum
Labial commissure
Nasolabial sulcus
Labiomental groove
Vertical groove from nose to lips
Corner of the mouth
Line from lips to nose
Seperates lower lip and chin
Philtrum
Vertical groove from nose to lips
Labial commissure
Corner of the mouth
33 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy
Lacerations of the middle... meningeal ar…
neural crest cells
explain development of branchial cyst…
The DiGeorge sequence presents
an epidural hematoma.
MOTEL PASS... Meninges... Odontoblasts (teeth)... Tracheal and pharyn…
Normally, the second, third, and fourth... pharyngeal grooves ar…
with immunologic problems and... hypocalcemia, and may be combin…
Lacerations of the middle... meningeal ar…
an epidural hematoma.
neural crest cells
MOTEL PASS... Meninges... Odontoblasts (teeth)... Tracheal and pharyn…
28 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy
cranium
parietal bones (2)
frontal bone
occipital bone
Consists of 8 bones that cover and protect the brain
form most of the roof and upper sides of the cranium
forms the forehead, part of the floor of the cranium most of…
forms the back and base of the cranium
cranium
Consists of 8 bones that cover and protect the brain
parietal bones (2)
form most of the roof and upper sides of the cranium
252 terms
Head and Neck Anatomy Final
Chorda Tympani
HERS encountering a blood vessel
V3-Mandibular
The parotid gland
What nerve is a parasympathetic, efferent nerve for submandib…
How is an accessory canal formed?
What is the efferent portion of the trigeminal nerve?
Which gland(s) have a superficial and deep lobe?
Chorda Tympani
What nerve is a parasympathetic, efferent nerve for submandib…
HERS encountering a blood vessel
How is an accessory canal formed?
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