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35 Cards in this Set

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true or false: trigeminal nerve has parasympathetics
false; V has no parasympathetics of its own, but it acts as a carrier for parasympathetics of other cranial nerves
path and insertion of temporalis...
passes along the medial side of the zygomatic arch and inserts into the coronoid process of the mandible
what innervates the skin and subcutaneous cheek tissue?
maxillary branch of trigeminal (V2) branches into buccal nerve
tensor veli palatini function
tenses soft palate; it wraps around the pterygoid hamulus
what forms the arch anterior to the palatine tonsils?
palatoglossus m
where do tensor and levator palatini muscles insert?
both insert into the palatine aponeurosis
pterygomandibular raphe is the common origin for which two muscles?
buccinator and superior laryngeal constrictor
what is the sensory innervation for the anterior tongue, posterior tongue, and epiglottic region
V (ant), IX (post), and X (epiglottic)
which structures open into middle and inferior meati
maxillary sinus open into middle meatus

nasolacrimal duct opens into inferior meatus
blood supply to nasal region
maxillary A to sphenopalatine A to posteior lateral nasal A
nasal septum blood supply and nerve supply
sphenopalatine A

nasopalatine N
where does lymph from the posterior nasal cavity drain?
to superficial cervical lymph nodes on top of the sternocleidomastoid
innervation of lateral nasal cavity
greater palatine nerve
what bone is part of the middle nasal concha
ethmoid bone
where does the descending palatine A branch from
part of the pterygopalatine branch of maxillary sinus
what two structures does the pterygomaxillary fissure connect
the infratemporal fossa and hte pterygopalatine fossa
which artery enters skull through the foramen spinosum
middle meningeal A
which bone forms the majority of the roof of the infratemporal fossa
greater wing of the sphenoid bone
which bones form the zygomatic arch
zygomatic process of temporal bone and the temporal process of the zygomatic bone
the medial pterygoid plate is part of which bone
sphenoid bone
pharyngeal tonsil, opening fo the auditory tube, and pharyngeal recess are all associated with what structure?
the choanae is what?
the communication between the nasopharynx and the nasal cavity
where do each of the constrictors originate?
superior pharyngeal constrictor origninates from the raphe

middle from the hyoid bone

inferior from the cricoid and thyroid cartilage
what nerve supplies the muscles of the pharynx, soft palate, and larynx
function of the cricothyroid muscle
lengthens vocal ligament
function of the posterior cricoarytenoid muscle
abducts vocal ligament
function of the lateral cricoarytenoid muscle
adducts vocal ligament
function of the transverse oblique arytenoid muscle
adducts vocal ligament
function of the vocalis and thyroarytenoid muscle
shortens the vocal ligament
which nerve travels with the submandibular duct
lingual nerve
origin/insertion of genioglossus
mandible to tongue (think genial tubercles)
what innervates the stylohyoid muscle
facial nerve
which structures pass through the foramen spinosum, foramen ovale, and foramen rotundum?
f.s.: middle meningeal A

f.o.: mandibular nerve (V3)

f.r.: maxillary nerve (V2)
mental artery is a terminal branch of which artery?
inferior alveolar artery
innervation of the rectus capitis posterior major
suboccipital N