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15 terms
Palate
Hard Palate
Tensor veli palatini
Levator veli palatini
Levator veli palatini test
separates oral from nasal cavity... superiorly- respiratory muco…
inserts on palatine aponeurosis, tendon breaks on hamulus of…
attach to palatine aponeurosis... A- elevate palate, close isthm…
say 'ah', elevates evenly if normal
Hard Palate
separates oral from nasal cavity... superiorly- respiratory muco…
Tensor veli palatini
inserts on palatine aponeurosis, tendon breaks on hamulus of…
30 terms
Palate
role of the palate
define the surface structures of the p…
name the bones that form the hard palate
which foramina does the hard palate co…
forms roof of mouth and floor of nasal cavity; partial divisi…
hard palate- anterior 2/3... soft palate- posterior 1/3
palatine process of maxilla and horizontal plates of palatine…
incisive, greater and lesser palatine ff.
role of the palate
forms roof of mouth and floor of nasal cavity; partial divisi…
define the surface structures of the p…
hard palate- anterior 2/3... soft palate- posterior 1/3
15 terms
The Palate
Maxilla (palatine processes)... Palatine…
The floor
Greater palatine nerve.
Nasopalatine nerve
Which two bones form the hard palate?
The hard palate forms which part of the nasal cavity?
Which nerve provides sensory innervation to the majority of t…
Which nerve innervates the anterior region of the hard palate?
Maxilla (palatine processes)... Palatine…
Which two bones form the hard palate?
The floor
The hard palate forms which part of the nasal cavity?
6 terms
Palate
roof of oral cavity
uvula
fauces
glossopalatine arch
- anterior 2/3 is hard palate (maxilla and palatine bones)... -…
- extends inferiorly from soft palate... - blocks nasopharynx du…
- entrance of oral cavity into oropharynx... - bounded by two mu…
anterior muscular fold
roof of oral cavity
- anterior 2/3 is hard palate (maxilla and palatine bones)... -…
uvula
- extends inferiorly from soft palate... - blocks nasopharynx du…
11 terms
palate
alveolar ridge
hard palate
hard palate - palatine process
hard palate - midline raphe
contains teeth
3 components
2 plates of maxilla come together
line across the roof of mouth where sides meet
alveolar ridge
contains teeth
hard palate
3 components
11 terms
PALATE
Palate
Parts of palate (2)
Hard palate
Soft palate
Roof of mouth
1. Hard palate... 2. Soft palate
Anterior, rigid surface aids in mastication
Posterior, rises during swallowing to close off nasopharynx &…
Palate
Roof of mouth
Parts of palate (2)
1. Hard palate... 2. Soft palate
6 terms
Palate
Another name for an organ
the hollow part of a tube
another name for the mouth
term that means literally "pertaining…
viscera
lumen
oral cavity
buccal
Another name for an organ
viscera
the hollow part of a tube
lumen
13 terms
Palate
Hard palate (durum) formation
Palatine raphe of HP
Incisive papilla of HP
Transverse palatine folds (rugae) of HP
Formed by the palstine process of maxilla and horizontal pkat…
Ridge in midline
Over incisive fossa (behind incisors) transmitting nasopalati…
In anterior part of hard palate
Hard palate (durum) formation
Formed by the palstine process of maxilla and horizontal pkat…
Palatine raphe of HP
Ridge in midline
9 terms
Palate
A
B.
c
D
labial frenum
labial sulcus
buccal sulcas
Hamular notch
A
labial frenum
B.
labial sulcus
45 terms
palate
what is the function of the hard palate?
what is the hard palate formed by?
what are an attachment site for the so…
what may the midline raphe be interrup…
separates the nose and mouth
the maxilla and palatine bones
alveolar processes
a swelling or torus palatinus
what is the function of the hard palate?
separates the nose and mouth
what is the hard palate formed by?
the maxilla and palatine bones
16 terms
Palate
Which bones comprise the hard palate?
Divisions of the pharynx around the pa…
Function of the soft palate?
What is the median projection of the s…
Anterior 2/3 = palatine process of maxilla... Posterior 1/3 = h…
Above: nasopharynx... Below: oropharynx
Closes the pharyngeal isthmus during swallowing and speech
Uvula... Contains musculus uvulus (elevates and contracts uvula)
Which bones comprise the hard palate?
Anterior 2/3 = palatine process of maxilla... Posterior 1/3 = h…
Divisions of the pharynx around the pa…
Above: nasopharynx... Below: oropharynx
30 terms
The palate
Palatine process (of maxillary)... Horizo…
Incisive Foramen
Greater palatine artery (Nasal Branch)
Nasopalatine Nerve (palatal branch)
What two bones compose the hard palate?
What is the foramen in the midline just behind the upper insi…
Sends branch ascending through the incisive foramen to the na…
Sends branch descending through the incisive foramen to the p…
Palatine process (of maxillary)... Horizo…
What two bones compose the hard palate?
Incisive Foramen
What is the foramen in the midline just behind the upper insi…
41 terms
The Palate
The roof of the mouth and floor of the…
The anterior 2/3 of the palate compose…
What is the opening in the midline of…
Which artery sends a branch ascending…
Palate
Hard Palate
Incisive Foramen
Greater Palatine Artery
The roof of the mouth and floor of the…
Palate
The anterior 2/3 of the palate compose…
Hard Palate
9 terms
The Palate
What are the the nerves/innervation of…
What is the tensor (Veli) palatini mus…
What is the levator (Veli)Palatini ? W…
What is the Palatoglossus muscle of th…
Incisive foramen - nasopalatine nerve and sphenopalatine arte…
Mandibular nerve... Arises outside the pharynx from base of the…
Pharyngeal plexus ... Arises (inside the pharynx) from the petro…
Pharyngeal Plexus - Vagus & Accessory nerve... Pass from soft pa…
What are the the nerves/innervation of…
Incisive foramen - nasopalatine nerve and sphenopalatine arte…
What is the tensor (Veli) palatini mus…
Mandibular nerve... Arises outside the pharynx from base of the…
99 terms
PALATALIZATION
mule
huge
cue
due
/mjul/
/hjudʒ/
/kju/
/djuː/
mule
/mjul/
huge
/hjudʒ/
33 terms
Palates
Greater palatine foramen
Lesser palatine foramen
Hard palate
Soft palate
Greater palatine foramen
Lesser palatine foramen
23 terms
Palatalization
j,dj,gj, ǵ /#_,C_ italian /_vback
j,dj,gj, ǵ /#_,C_ italian /_vfront
j,dj,gj, ǵ /#_,C_ spanish /_vround
j,dj,gj, ǵ /#_,C_ spanish /_unrounded,…
gi
g
j
y
j,dj,gj, ǵ /#_,C_ italian /_vback
gi
j,dj,gj, ǵ /#_,C_ italian /_vfront
g
7 terms
Palatal
c
ɟ
ɲ
voiceless palatal plosive
voiced palatal plosive
(voiced) palatal nasal (stop)
voiceless palatal fricative
c
voiceless palatal plosive
ɟ
voiced palatal plosive
34 terms
BMS-Palate
Primary Palate
Secondary Palate
Palate
Soft Palate
embryologic origin (pre-maxilla) separated from secondary pal…
Bony part and soft palate
Separates oral cavity and nasal cavity... In mammals but not in…
Muscular ... Allows food to get compressed against it during sw…
Primary Palate
embryologic origin (pre-maxilla) separated from secondary pal…
Secondary Palate
Bony part and soft palate
14 terms
Soft Palate
Levator veli palatini
Musculus uvulae
Tensor veli palatini
Palatopharyngeus
Origin: petrous temporal bone and medial wall of Eustachian t…
Origin: palatine aponeurosis... Insertion: mucosa of uvula... Funct…
Origin: cranial base, cartilage of Eustachian tube... Insertion:…
Origin: partially contained in post faucial pillar... transverse…
Levator veli palatini
Origin: petrous temporal bone and medial wall of Eustachian t…
Musculus uvulae
Origin: palatine aponeurosis... Insertion: mucosa of uvula... Funct…
15 terms
Palate & Tonsils
Three Parts of the Palate
What does the hard palate consist of?
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
-Hard Palate... -Arch... -Soft Palate
-Palatine processes of the maxillae (3/4)... -Horizontal plates…
The bony anterior portion of the palate that is covered with…
Tissue at the back of the roof of the mouth
Three Parts of the Palate
-Hard Palate... -Arch... -Soft Palate
What does the hard palate consist of?
-Palatine processes of the maxillae (3/4)... -Horizontal plates…
11 terms
Palate and Muscles of the Palate
This forms the roof of the mouth and t…
How are the hard and soft palate conne…
This palate supports muscles and serve…
This muscle is situated lateral to the…
The Palate
By the palatal aponeurosis at the posterior border of the har…
the soft palate
Levator Palatine muscle
This forms the roof of the mouth and t…
The Palate
How are the hard and soft palate conne…
By the palatal aponeurosis at the posterior border of the har…
65 terms
Cleft Palate
Craniofacial Anomalies
Cleft Lip and Palate
Prevalence
Embryonic Development-the face
Malformations that affect the head and face, and cause speech…
A cleft is an abnormal opening in an anatomical structure. It…
1 in 700 (cleft lip)... 1 in 2000 (cleft palate)... higher in nativ…
5-8 weeks after conception ... -the face and anterior parts of t…
Craniofacial Anomalies
Malformations that affect the head and face, and cause speech…
Cleft Lip and Palate
A cleft is an abnormal opening in an anatomical structure. It…
47 terms
Pharynx and Palate
Nasopharynx
Nasopharynx
Nasopharynx
Pharyngotympanic tube
Area posterior to nasal cavity and above the soft palate.
Which tube opens into nasopharynx?
Nasopharynx
Nasopharynx
Area posterior to nasal cavity and above the soft palate.
29 terms
Cleft Palate
cleft lip and palate
how does cleft palate occur?
prevalence of cleft palate
cleft palate is..
- congential birth defect of the upper lip, hard palate and o…
occurs when the fusion of the lip is incomplete in utero (35…
1 in 700 births ... - most common birth defect ... - boys more like…
complex syndrome... - malformation of eustachian tubes (middle e…
cleft lip and palate
- congential birth defect of the upper lip, hard palate and o…
how does cleft palate occur?
occurs when the fusion of the lip is incomplete in utero (35…
35 terms
14) Palate and Muscles of the Palate
General features of the Palate
What is the soft palate connected to t…
The soft palate...
Another term for the soft palate is...
- Forms the roof of the mouth and the floor of the nasal cavi…
A palatal aponeurosis
- Supports muscles and serves as point of attachment. Tough f…
The Velum
General features of the Palate
- Forms the roof of the mouth and the floor of the nasal cavi…
What is the soft palate connected to t…
A palatal aponeurosis
14 terms
The Soft Palate
Describe the relationships of the soft…
What is the pharyngeal isthmus and the…
Name the bones which form the hard pal…
Name an attachment of the soft palate…
The soft palate seperates the nasopharynx from the oropharynx…
The Pharyngeal Isthmus is the gap between the hard palate and…
The anterior 3/4 is comprised of the palatine process of the…
The palatine crest just anterior to the posterior edge of the…
Describe the relationships of the soft…
The soft palate seperates the nasopharynx from the oropharynx…
What is the pharyngeal isthmus and the…
The Pharyngeal Isthmus is the gap between the hard palate and…
24 terms
Palate and Pharynx
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Tensor Veli Palatini
Levator Veli Palatini
(V3)... o Origin is the scaphoid (pterygoid) fossa between the p…
(Pharyngeal Plexus)... o Origin is the cartilage of the pharyngo…
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
47 terms
Pharynx and Palate
borders of the pharynx
nasopharynx
oropharynx
laryngopharynx
superior = cranial base... inferior = inferior border of cricoid…
inferior border = soft palate... only air conduction
inferior border = hyoid bone... air and food conduction
inferior border = superior border of esophagus... larynx = ante…
borders of the pharynx
superior = cranial base... inferior = inferior border of cricoid…
nasopharynx
inferior border = soft palate... only air conduction
18 terms
Pharynx and palate
Pharynx
Nasopharynx
Oropharynx
Laryngopharynx
throat
Pharynx
throat
Nasopharynx
9 terms
Landmarks of the Palate
Hard Palate
Incisive Papilla
Palatine Raphe
Palatine Rugae
Bony structure that separates oral cavity from the nasal cavi…
Thick keratinized tissue that covers the incisive foramen.
Midline ridge of tissue that covers the bony suture of the pa…
Irregular ridges or folds of masticatory mucosa that extend h…
Hard Palate
Bony structure that separates oral cavity from the nasal cavi…
Incisive Papilla
Thick keratinized tissue that covers the incisive foramen.
4 terms
Palate & Tonsils
Three Parts of the Palate
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Palatine Tonsils
-Hard Palate... -Arch... -Soft Palate
The bony anterior portion of the palate that is covered with…
Tissue at the back of the roof of the mouth
Located on the left and right sides of the throat in the area…
Three Parts of the Palate
-Hard Palate... -Arch... -Soft Palate
Hard Palate
The bony anterior portion of the palate that is covered with…
20 terms
Anatomy: Palate
The hard palate separates the _____ fr…
Superiorly the hard palate is covered…
Palatine raphe
Palatine rugae
oral cavity; nasal cavity
respiratory mucosa; oral mucosa
The hard palate separates the _____ fr…
oral cavity; nasal cavity
Superiorly the hard palate is covered…
respiratory mucosa; oral mucosa
34 terms
Cleft palate
What are the five facial prominences
Describe palatogenesis of the secondar…
Describe cleft lip embryology
Describe the pathogenesis theories
Midline Frontonasal... Paired Maxillary... Paired Mandibular
Occurs between weeks 7 and 12... Migration and fusion of the la…
Cleft lip: failure of the maxillary and lateral nasal promine…
Classical Theory / Failure of Fusion ... The endoderm and mesode…
What are the five facial prominences
Midline Frontonasal... Paired Maxillary... Paired Mandibular
Describe palatogenesis of the secondar…
Occurs between weeks 7 and 12... Migration and fusion of the la…
Muscles of Palate
Parts of the Palate
Palatine processes of maxillae
Horizontal plates of palatine bones
Tensor Veli Palatini... (Depressor-Tensor)
Alveolar arch, bony hard palate, soft palate/velum
Anterior 3/4 of bony hard palate
Posterior 1/4 of bony hard palate
Origin: medial & lateral pterygoid plates of sphenoid... Inserti…
Parts of the Palate
Alveolar arch, bony hard palate, soft palate/velum
Palatine processes of maxillae
Anterior 3/4 of bony hard palate
78 terms
Pharynx and Palate
1st part of the pharynx, behind the na…
2nd part of the pharynx, behind the or…
3rd part of the pharynx, behind the op…
what are the 3 possible layers forming…
naso-pharynx (A)
oro-pharynx (B)
laryngopharynx (C)
1. muscosa... 2. fibrous... 3. muscle
1st part of the pharynx, behind the na…
naso-pharynx (A)
2nd part of the pharynx, behind the or…
oro-pharynx (B)
12 terms
Soft Palate
where is the tensor veli palatini loca…
what is the function of the tensor m.?
what structure does it curve around?
what nerve supplys the tensor m.?
between the base of the skull and sup. constrictor m.
tightens soft palate, pulls up
the pterygoid hamalus... becomes tendon (palatine aponeurosis)
v3 of trigeminal n.
where is the tensor veli palatini loca…
between the base of the skull and sup. constrictor m.
what is the function of the tensor m.?
tightens soft palate, pulls up
215 terms
Cleft Palate: Exam 2
A pattern of multiple anomalies within…
A pattern of multiple anomalies that r…
Birth defect that arises as a result o…
Anomaly that results from an intrinsic…
sequence
syndrome
deformation
malformation
A pattern of multiple anomalies within…
sequence
A pattern of multiple anomalies that r…
syndrome
68 terms
Palate and pharynx
What are the boundaries of the Nasopha…
What are the boundaries of the orophar…
What are the boundaries of the Laryngo…
What are the 2 origin points for phary…
Base of the skull/ Uvula (end of soft palate)
base of tongue/ epiglottis
Epiglottis/ Laryngeal cartilage (cricoid cartilage)
scaphoid fossa, petrous temporal
What are the boundaries of the Nasopha…
Base of the skull/ Uvula (end of soft palate)
What are the boundaries of the orophar…
base of tongue/ epiglottis
17 terms
Muscles of Palate
What does palate form and how is it di…
What does hard palate consist of?
What nerve innervates the soft palate?
What are the five muscles of soft pala…
The palate forms the roof of mouth and floor or nasal cavity.…
1) Palatine process of maxilla... 2) Horizontal plate of palatin…
Sensory is innervated by V2 and motor is innervated by pharyn…
1) Tensor veli palitini... 2) Levator veli palitini... 3) Palatoglo…
What does palate form and how is it di…
The palate forms the roof of mouth and floor or nasal cavity.…
What does hard palate consist of?
1) Palatine process of maxilla... 2) Horizontal plate of palatin…
26 terms
Palate and Pharynx
Pharynx... What is it?... 3 regions?
Pharynx: Key bony landmarks on base of…
What do the pharynx, palate, and oral…
Palate: Hard Palate... Bones (2 pairs)…
- an open-faced tube.... - Regions... > Nasopharynx... > Oropharynx…
- Pharyngeal tubercle... - Medial/Lateral Pterygoid plates... > H…
_ act as unit during respiration and swallowing.
- Bones... > Maxillary 2x (palatal process)... > palatine 2x... - F…
Pharynx... What is it?... 3 regions?
- an open-faced tube.... - Regions... > Nasopharynx... > Oropharynx…
Pharynx: Key bony landmarks on base of…
- Pharyngeal tubercle... - Medial/Lateral Pterygoid plates... > H…
nose and palate
1.Alar cartilage... 2.Nasal bone... 3.Septal…
1.Ethmoid... 2.Sphenoid... 3.Nasal bone... 4.Se…
1.Cribriform plate... 2.Ethmoid... 3.Superio…
1.Middle nasal concha... 2.Middle nasal m…
what compose the skeletal ridge parts of the nose, ... what com…
The lateral wall of the nasal cavity is formed primarily by…
Note the location of the maxillary sinus in the maxilla. In o…
1.Alar cartilage... 2.Nasal bone... 3.Septal…
what compose the skeletal ridge parts of the nose, ... what com…
1.Ethmoid... 2.Sphenoid... 3.Nasal bone... 4.Se…
26 terms
Cleft Palate
3 Structures Involved in Velopharyngea…
Coronal Closure Pattern
Sagittal Closure Pattern
Circular Closure Pattern
1. Velum: moves superior and posterior in direction and has a…
Closure occurs with movement from the velum and PPWs
Closure occurs with medial movement of the LPWs
All structures contribute to closure, occurs in a sphincter t…
3 Structures Involved in Velopharyngea…
1. Velum: moves superior and posterior in direction and has a…
Coronal Closure Pattern
Closure occurs with movement from the velum and PPWs
Teeth & Palate
Oropharynx
Oral cavity proper
Vestibule
True. Adults have 32 permanent teeth.
Part of pharynx between the inferior edge of the soft palate…
Bounded by anterior border of oropharynx, the teeth, the hard…
Potential space between teeth and gingiva and the lips and ch…
T or F? Adults have 32 permanent teeth.
Oropharynx
Part of pharynx between the inferior edge of the soft palate…
Oral cavity proper
Bounded by anterior border of oropharynx, the teeth, the hard…
84 terms
Cleft Palate And Craniofacial Exam
Where does cleft lip usually occur?
Label the facial anatomy: ... Cupids bow…
Label the oral anatomy: ... Anterior faci…
Label anatomy of the Palate:... Insisive…
Along the philtral ridges
Where does cleft lip usually occur?
Along the philtral ridges
Label the facial anatomy: ... Cupids bow…
222 terms
Horner - 473 - cleft palate
Columella
Ala base
Ala rim
Philtrum
separates both nostrils, upper edge of philtrum
where nostril side ridge connects with skin above lips
nostril side ridge
between nose and lips, between philtral ridges
Columella
separates both nostrils, upper edge of philtrum
Ala base
where nostril side ridge connects with skin above lips
26 terms
ANATOMY: Palate
The palate separates _____________ and…
2 parts of palate
What bones form hard palate?
Incisive fossa
Oral and nasal cavities ... Oropharynx and nasopharynx
1. Hard palate... 2. Soft palate
1. Palatine process of maxilla bone... 2. Horizontal processes o…
Located in midline of hard palate... - Immediately posterior to…
The palate separates _____________ and…
Oral and nasal cavities ... Oropharynx and nasopharynx
2 parts of palate
1. Hard palate... 2. Soft palate
22 terms
Cleft Palate
Facts about Cleft Palate
Causation of Cleft
Neural Crest Cells
Week 6/7 of Development
- 4th most common birth defect ... - MOST common facial defect (…
Genetic/environmental factors that delay cell migration. Inte…
found between the neural tube and the epidermis of an embryo.…
-cells migrate to form the face... -lips and alveolus begin to f…
Facts about Cleft Palate
- 4th most common birth defect ... - MOST common facial defect (…
Causation of Cleft
Genetic/environmental factors that delay cell migration. Inte…
11 terms
Hard palate
Palatine process of the maxilla
Alveolar process of the maxilla
Median palatine suture
Palatine bones
1
2
3
4
Palatine process of the maxilla
1
Alveolar process of the maxilla
2
32 terms
Cleft Palate
Structures of the palate:
When you breathing through your nose:
Nasal cavitiy has to be closed for:
the vagus nerve (10):
-Hard palate (front) ... -Soft palate(velum)(back 1/3)... -Velophar…
The nasal cavity drops down
1. swallowing... 2. nasal consonants
-Velum... -Posterior and lateral aspects of the pharynx
Structures of the palate:
-Hard palate (front) ... -Soft palate(velum)(back 1/3)... -Velophar…
When you breathing through your nose:
The nasal cavity drops down
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