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muscle convulsion
excision of parathyroid gland
parathyroid develop from which pharyngeal pouches
3rd and 4th
pineal gland location
epithalamus
pineal release
melatonin
parathyroid principal cells >
parathyroid hormone
parathyroid oxyntic cells
granules in cytoplasm
fxn unknown
parathyroid receive innervation from
postganglionic sympathetic fibers

SUPERIOR CERVICAL GANGLION
estrogen triggers release of
prolactin
facial nerve
retromandibular vein
external carotid artery
parotid
stenson's duct drains
parotid
stenson drains onto
Max M2
parotid innervation from
parasympathetic

glossopharyngeal nerve from
-lesser petrosal nerve
-otic ganglion
-auriculotemporal
stenson's duct crosses
masseter muscle
pierces buccinator muscle
artery that supplies parotid
external carotid artery
lymph drainage of parotd
superior deep cervical LN
fxnal unit of salivary gland
adenomere
components of adenomere
1-intercalated ducts
2-striated ducts
3-glandular cell
mucous glands
sublingual gland
a/w circumvallate papilla
von ebner's gland
secretion of what gland not essential to life
adrenal medulla
adrenal medulla develops from
neuroectoderm
adrenal cortex from
mesoderm
tropic hormones from
anterior pit

FLAT
anterior pit alpha cells =
growth
prolactin

GPA
excretory duct of pancreas
duct of wirsung
sublingual duct
bartholin's duct
hepatopancreatic ampulla =
1-main pancreatic duct
2-common bile duct
wharton's duct
submandibular duct
chorda tympani carries pre ganglionic to
lingual nerve
what has no
1-afferent lymphatics
2-lymphatic nodules
thymus
thumus derives blood from
internal thoracic
inferior thyroid arteries
what innervated thymus
vagus
phrenic nerves
thymus origin
double embryologic origin
zinc needed for
thymus gland fxn
thymus hormone axn
what is both
exocrine
endocrine
pancreas
delta cells of pancreas
somatostatin
somatostatin
depress
insulin
glucagon
what makes pancreatic juice
acinar cells
degeneration of langerhans
diabetes mellitus
retroperitoneal organ
pancreas
inner medulla of thymus =
hassall corupuscles
outer cortex of thymus
lymphocytes
primary lymphoid organs
1-thymus
2-spleen
3-tonsil
4-LN
5-peyer's patches
follicles
internal structure of thyroid
anterior lobes of pit
pars distalis
hypophysis
pituitary
mineralocorticoids
zona glomerulosa
cortisol
zona fasciculata
adrenal medulla like
postganglionic sympathetic cells
glucocorticoids
zona fasiculata
secrete products into interstitial fluid
endocrine
tubuloalveolar glands =
major salivary glands
purely serous
parotid
von ebner gland
secrete products into duct
exocrine
master endocrine gland
pituitary gland
rathke's pouch
a diverticulum

from roof of stomodeum
pituitary develops from
1-ectoderm of stomodeum

2-neuroectoderm of diencephalon
pituitary gland
double origin
release GH
anterior pit
posterior lobe
ADH
oxytocin

*synthesized in hypothalamus*
anterior lobe
dark
pars distalis
anterior pit
posterior lobe
light

infundibulum
pars nervosa
median eminence
pars tubularis
pars distalis
pars intermedia
anterior pit
avascular zone of anterior pit
pars intermedia
smallest salivary gland
sublingual = mucous
external carotid >
lingual artery >
sublingual artery
sublingual gland
sublingual innervated
facial nerve
roof of primitive oral cavity
anterior pit
roof of stomodeum
oral ectoderm
floor of diencephalon
neuroectoderm
post lobe
pars nervosa
infundibulum
blood supply to pituitary gland
superior hypophyseal arteries
inferior hypophyseal
rich vascular portal system
pituitary
portal has what
2 capillary beds
3 portal systems in body
1-anterior pit
2-hepatic portal sys
3-sinusoid in liver
what contains alveoli/acini
salivary glands
demilune cells secrete mucus that contains
enzyme lysozyme
lysozyme
degrades cell walls of bacteria
basophilic
active follicular colloid of thyroid
colloid becomes active when
pit gland secretes thyrotropin
unmyelinated nerve fibers
posterior lobe of pit gland
hypothalamo-
hypophyseal portal tract
anterior pituitary
stored in neurohypophysis
oxytocin
vasopressin
pituitary gland located
sella turcica
of
sphenoid bone
infundibulum
passes
nerve tracts
crista galli =
ethmoid bone
attachment to crista galli
falx cerebri
infratemp fossa=
sphenoid bone >
greater wing
whartons duct
submandibular
external carotid >
facial artery >
submental branch
to submandibular