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29 Cards in this Set

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I – Mekels - Cartilage
Mandible
Incus
Malleus
I – Mekels- Muscles
Muscles of Mastication

Tensor Veli
Tensor Tympani
Ant. Digastric
I – Mekels - CN
CN V
I – Mekels- Artery
Maxillary Artery
II - Reicharts - Cartilage
Styloid Process
Stapes
½ Hyoid
II - Reicharts - Muscles
Muscles of Facial Expression

Post. Digastri
II - Reicharts- CN
CN VII
II - Reicharts - Artery
Ex. Carotid A
III - Cartilage
Greater Horn of Hyoid
III - Muscle -
Stylopharengeus M
III - CN
CN IX
III - Artery
Internal Carotid A
IV - Cartilage
Tyroid Cartilage
Cricoid Cartilage
IV - Muscle
Laryengeal M
Phareyngeal M
Post. Artytenoid M
IV - CN
Sup. Laryngeal
CN X
Rec. Larynegeal
IV - Artery
IV - Aortic Arch
VI - Ducturs Arteriosis
Pharengeal Cleft 1
External Auditory Meatus
Pharyengeal Cleft II
Cervical Sinus
Pharyngeal Pouches I
Lining of the Auditory Tube
Middle Ear Cavity
Pharyngeal Pouches II
Palatine Tonsil
Pharyngeal Pouch III
Dorsal Wing -- Inf. Parathyroid
Ventral Wing -- Tymus
Pharyngeal Pouch IV
Dorsal Wing -- Superior Parathyroid
Phareyngeal Pouch V
filled with NC cells -- C Cells of thyroid
Di George
no third or forth pouch
** No thymus**
External Features (ectoderm)
1. Olfactory Placodes
2. Fronal Prominence
3. Pharyngeal Arches
4. Pharyngeal Clefts
Internal Features (endoderm)
1. Pharynx
2. Phayrngeal Pouches
Cervical Cysts
remnant of the 2nd to the 5th phareyngeal arches that don't receed... on the latral side of the neck
Dacryostenosis
failure of the canalization of nasolacrimal duct
Crainopharengeoma
maldevelopment of anterior pituitary ( Rathke's Pouch... anterior piturary.. formed from oral epithelium)
The posterior pouch is from the brain tissue.