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16 Cards in this Set

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what region of vertebral column has preganglionic sympathetic neurons?
what is housed in the lateral horn of the spinal cord?
preganglionic sympathetic cell bodies
a drooping eyelid is indicative of damage to what nerve?
oculomotor III
at what level of the neck/face does the common carotid branch?
at the superior border of the thyroid cartilage
exaggerated primary curvature in the thoracic region of the back
the cribriform plate for the olfactory nerve (I) is located in which bone?>
ethmoid bone
which structures are associated with the cavernous sinus?
internal carotid artery, abducens nerve, trochlear nerve, and maxillary branch of trigeminal nerve
function of the digastric muscle
elevate hyoid
the tentorium cerebelli is associated with which sinus?
transverse sinus
what is the medial limit of the infratemporal fossa
lateral pterygoid plate
the osteum of the nasolacrimal gland opens into what
inferior nasal concha
where does the lymph from the middle 1/3 of the lower lip drain?
submental lymph nodes
insertion and path of stylopharyngeus
inserts on posterior superior border of thyroid cartilage

travels between superior and middle pharyngeal constrictor muscles
which arteries do the scalp get blood from?
internal and external carotid arteries
what two fossas does the petrous part of the temporal bone separate?
middle cranial fossa and the posterior cranial fossa
what forms the basilar artery
the 2 vertebral arteries join to form the basilar artery