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Superficial Cervical Fascia
What this?
Pretracheal Fascia
What this?
Prevertebral Fascia
What this?
1. Alar Fascia
2. Carotid Fascia
What this?
Buccopharyngeal Fascia
What this?
1. Superior Pharyngeal Constrictor
2. Middle Pharyngeal Constrictor
3. Inferior Pharyngeal Constrictor
4. Styloid Process
5. Stylohyoid Muscle
6. Styloglossus Muscle
7. Stylopharyngeus Muscle
ID
1. Nasopharynx
2. Oropharynx
3. Laryngopharynx
4. Auditory Tube
5. Salpingopharyngeal Fold
6. Palatopharyngeal Fold
7. Epiglottis Cartilage
8. Aryepiglottic Fold
9. Soft Palate
ID
1. Superior Pharyngeal Constrictor
2. Middle Pharyngeal Constrictor
3. Inferior Pharyngeal Constrictor
4. Levator Veli Palatini
5. Salpingopharyngeus
6. Palatopharyngeus
7. Stylopharyngeus
ID
1. Tensor Veli Palatini
2. Levator Veli Palatini
3. Styloglossus muscle
4. Superior Pharyngeal Constrictor
5. Styloid process
6. Pterygomandibular Raphe
7. Stylopharyngeus muscle
8. Middle Pharyngeal Constrictor
9. Inferior Pharyngeal Constrictor
ID
1. Tensor Veli Palatini
2. Levator Veli Palatini
3. Pterygomandibular Raphe
4. Salpingopharyngeus muscle
5. Superior Pharyngeal Constrictor
6. Palatopharyngeus muscle
7. Stylopharyngeus muscle
8. Middle Pharyngeal Constrictor
ID
1. Retropharyngeal nodes
2. Jugulodigastric nodes
3. Internal Jugular nodes
ID
1. Vallecula
2. Epiglottis
3. Ventricular Folds
4. Median Glossoepiglottic Fold
5. Piriform recess
6. Glottis
7. Vocal Folds
8. Aryepiglottic fold
ID
1. Epiglottis
2. Hyoid bone
3. Thyrohyoid membrane
4. Superior horn of Thyroid Cartilage
5. Thyroid Cartilage
6. Arytenoid Cartilage (ghost)
7. Inferior Horn of Thyroid Cartilage
8. Cricoid Cartilage
9. Trachea
10. Thyroid notch
ID
1. Epiglottis
2. Hyoid bone
3. Superior horn of thyroid cartilage
4. Thyrohyoid membrane
5. Thyroid cartilage
6. Inferior horn of thyroid cartilage
7. Vocal ligament
8. Trachea
9. Arytenoid cartilage
10. Cricoid cartilage
ID
1. Superior horn of thyroid cartilage
2. Epiglottis
3. Hyoid bone
4. Thyrohyoid membrane
5. Inferior horn of thyroid cartilage
6. Thyroid cartilage
7. Cricothyroid membrane
8. Cricoid cartilage
9. Trachea
ID
1. Superior horn of thyroid cartilage
2. Thyrohyoid membrane
3. Arytenoid cartilage
4. Muscular Process
5. Vocal Process
6. Vocal ligament
7. Trachea
8. Epiglottis
9. Hyoid bone
10. Thyroid cartilage
11. Cricothyroid membrane
12. Cricoid cartilage
ID
1. Arytenoid cartilage
2. Muscular process
3. Vocal Process
4. Cricoid cartilage
ID
1. Oblique head of Cricothyroid muscle
2. Vertical head of Cricothyroid muscle
ID
1. Aryepiglottic muscle
2. Oblique arytenoid muscle
3. Transverse arytenoid muscle
4. Posterior cricoarytenoid muscle
ID
1. Oblique and Transverse Arytenoid muscle
2. Posterior Cricoarytenoid muscle
3. Thyroarytenoid muscle
4. Oblique head of Cricothyroid muscle
5. Vertical head of Cricothyroid muscle
ID
1. Posterior Cricoarytenoid muscle
2. Transverse and Oblique Arytenoid muscle
3. Lateral Cricoarytenoid muscle
4. Vertical and Oblique Cricothyroid muscle
5. Thyroarytenoid muscle
6. Vocalis muscle
7. Muscular process
8. Vocal process
9. Vocal ligaments
ID
1. Superior Laryngeal Branch of Vagus
2. Internal Laryngeal nerve
3. External Laryngeal nerve
4. Inferior Laryngeal nerve
5. Recurrent Laryngeal nerve
ID
What nerve provides motor innervation to muscles of pharynx?
Vagus
The vagus provides autonomic innervation to what?
Mucus glands lining the pharynx
What provides sensory innervation to the pharynx?
Glossopharyngeal
What provides autonomic innervation to blood vessels?
Sympathetics
List the arteries to the Pharynx. x3
1. Internal pharyngeal branch of Superior thyroid artery
2. Ascending pharyngeal branch of External Carotid
3. Pharyngeal branches of the Facial and Lingual arteries
Cricothyroid muscle does what action?
Tenses the vocal cord
Posterior Cricoarytenoid does what action?
Abducts the vocal cords
Lateral Cricoarytenoid does what action?
Adducts the vocal cords
Transverse arytenoid does what action?
Adducts the vocal cords
Thyroarytenoid muscle does what action?
Shortens the vocal cords
Name all cranial nerves that innervate the larynx, both sensory and motor.
Vagus
What are the branches of the superior laryngeal nerve?
Internal Laryngeal branch
External Laryngeal branch
What does the Internal Laryngeal branch innervate?
Sensory to the larynx above vocal cord
What does the External Laryngeal branch innervate?
Motor to the cricothyroid muscle
What does the Recurrent Laryngeal nerve innervate?
Sensory to larynx below vocal cord

Motor to all intrinsic muscles of larynx except cricothyroid muscle.