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26 Cards in this Set

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1. frontalis
2. orbicularis oculi (orbital aspect)
3. orbicularis oculi (palpebral aspect)
4.orbicularis oris
5. platysma
6. frontal occipital aponeurosis
7. auricularis
8. occipitalis
9. zygomaticus major
10. risorius
all the muscles of the face originate and insert into where?
originate from skull and insert into the skin
the motor innervation for the muscles of the face is via what nerve?
facial nerve (CN VII)
what facial muscle is known for smiling?
what facial muscle assists in opening the jaw?
what facial muscle is used for squinting?
orbital portion of orbicularis oris
1.orbicularis oculi
2. levator labii superioris
3. depressor anguli oris
4. depressor labii inferioris
5. procerus
6. zygomaticus minor
7. zygomaticus major
8. risorius
9. mentalis
the buccinator muscle is found deep to what muscle?
masseter muscle
the parotid duct pierces what muscle and then opens where?
pierces the buccinator muscle and opens in the oral cavity opposite the 2nd upper molar
what is the action of the buccinator muscle?
it stabalizes the cheek, for example when you are playing the trumpet
what is the spacial relationship of the parotid duct to the masseter?
it runs superficially and transversly over the masseter
the structural elements of the nose are?
hyaline cartilage and fibrofatty tissue
what nerve provides cutaneous branches for the face?
trigeminal (CN V), which is GSA, note that sympathetic GVE's on skin for sweat glands, etc. join the cutaneous branches of the trigeminal
what branches of the trigeminal exit through small foramen in the viscerocranium to innervate the skin?
supraopitcal, infraoptical, and mental nerves.
branches of opthalmic (V1)
1. supraorbital
2. supratrochlear
3. infratrochlear
branches of maxillary nerve (CN V2)
4. zygomatical facial
5. infraorbital
6. zygomatical temporal
mandibular nerve (CN V3)
7. buccal
8. mental
9. auriculotemporal
label the nerves and give their orriginating nerves.
earache can be due to pain related to disease distributed along what nerves?
CN V, VII, IX, and X
1. posterior auricular
2. main trunk of facial nerve emerging from stylomastoid foramen
3. temporal
4. zygomatic
5. buccal
6. marginal mandibular
7. cervical
from internal carotid
1. supratrochlear
2. supraorbital
3. dorsal nasal
from the external carotid
4. angular
5. transverse facial
6. facial
7. external carotid

8. internal carotid
9. internal jugular
10. retro mandibular
11. external jugular

from external carotid
12. posterior auricular
13. occipital
14. superficial temporal
label the vessels and if it is an artery determine whether it came from the internal carotid via the opthalmic artery or if it came from the external carotid
what muscle seperates the external and internal jugular veins?
the mentalis muscle does what?
pouts lower lip
what are the 5 layers of the scalp?
skin, dense connective tissue, aponeurosis, loose connective tissue, periosteum
what layer of the scalp is highly vascularized and if injured keeps the blood vessels open?
dense connective tissue
what layer of the scalp allows infection to spread quickly within that layer?>
loose connective tissue
what layer of the scalp allows infection to spread into bone or inside cranial vault via the emissary veins?
the periosteum
lymph usually drains following what vein in head in neck into the thoracic duct? what is the other vein it can follow?
usually follows the internal jugular vein, but it can also follow the anterior jugular vein.
what are the lymph nodes in the head and neck region (their names correspond to their anatomical locations)?
parotid, submental, submandibular, anterior jugular, occipital, mastoid, and deep cervical (main ones palpated).