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WHERE DO THE MUSCLES OF FACIAL EXPRESSION ATTACH?
DIRECTLY TO THE SKIN
WHAT NERVE INNERVATES ALL OF THE FACIAL MUSCLES?
CN VII
ORBICULARIS OCULI
SURROUNDING EYE
CLOSES EYES TIGHTLY
ORBICULARIS ORIS
SUROUNDING THE MOUTH
PUCKER LIPS... KISSING MUSCLE
ZYGOMATICUS MAJOR
PULLS THE MOUTH INTO A SMILE
BUCCINATOR
PULLS CHEEKS IN AND PURSES LIPS
"TRUMPET"
FRONTALIS
RAISES EYEBROWS
OCCIPITALIS
OVER OCCIPITAL BONE
NO CLEAR FUNCTION
GALEA APONEUROTICA
HEAD APONEUROSA
WHAT IS THE NERVE THAT INNERVATES THE MUSCLES OF MASTICATION?
MANDIBULAR BRANCH V3 OF CN V
MASSETER
O: ZYGOMATIC ARCH
I: MANDIBLE'S ANGLE
M: ELEVATES MANDIBLE (CLOSES MOUTH)
TEMPORALIS
O: TEMPORAL BONE
I: CORONOID PROCESS OF THE MANDIBLE
M: ELEVATES AND RETRACTS MANDIBLE
LATERAL PTERYGOID
O: LATERAL PTERYGOID PLATE
I: CONDYLOID PROCESS OF THE MANDIBLE
M: DEPRESSES PROTRACTS THE MANDIBLE
MEDIAL PTERYGOID
O: LATERAL PTERYGOID PLATE
I: MEDIAL SIDE OF MANDIBLE'S ANGLE
M: ELEVATES AND MOVES THE MANDIBLE SIDE TO SIDE
STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID
O: STERNUM AND CLAVICLE
I: MASTOID PROCESS ON THE OCCIPITAL BONE
M: ROTATES HEAD TO THE OPPISITE SIDE
N: CN XI
WHAT ARE THE FOUR SUPRAHYOID BONES?
MYLOHYOID
DIGASTRIC (ANTERIOR AND POST. BELLIES)
STYLOHYOID
GENIOHYOID
WHAT ARE THE FOUR INFRAHYOID BONES?
STERNOHYOID
OMOHYOID
STERNOTHYROID
THYROHYOID
WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE SUPRA AND INFRAHYOID BONES?
MOVE HYOID BONE TO PRODUCE SPEECH OR SWALLOWING
WHAT NERVES INERVATE THE SUPRA AND INFRAHYOID BONES?
CNV,VII,X11, AND C1-3
THE BRACHIOCEPHALIC ARCH PRODUCES THE...
RIGHT SUBCLAVIAN AND THE RIGHT COMMON CAROTID
WHERE DO THE LEFT SUBCLAVIAN AND COMMON CAROTID ARTERIES COME FROM?
DIRECTLY OFF OF THE AORTIC ARCH
THE COMMON CAROTID DIVIDES INTO THE ...
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERIES
WHAT DOES THE INTERNAL CAROTID SUPPLY?
THE BRAIN (GOES IN THE SKULL)
WHAT DOES THE EXTERNAL CAROTID SUPPLY?
THE FACE AND NECK
WHAT ARTERY RUNS THROUGH THE TRANSVERSE FORAMEN AND WHAT ARTERY IS IT A DIVISION OF?
THE VERTEBRAL ARTERY FROM THE SUBCLAVIAN
WHAT FORAMEN OF THE SKULL DOES THE VERTEBRAL ARTERY PASS THROUGH?
THE FORAMEN MAGNUS
WHAT IS THE CAROTID BODY?
INSIDE THE CAROTID VESSEL AND IT CONTAINS A OSMORECEPTOR THAT CHECKS THE OSMOLARITY OF THE BLOOD AND SENDS INFORMATION TO THE BRAIN
WHAT IS THE CAROTID SINUS?
IT IS ON THE WALL OF THE VESSEL AND HAS BARORECEPTORS THAT CHECK THE BLOOD PRESSURE
WHAT BLOOD DOES THE INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN COLLECT?
FROM THE BRAIN (DEEP)
WHERE DOES THE EXTERNAL JUGULAR COLLECT BLOOD FROM?
SUPERFICIAL HEAD AND NECK
WHICH VEIN DOES THE SUBCLAVIAN VEIN MERGE WITH FIRST?
THE EXTERNAL JUGULAR THEN LATER WITH THE INTERNAL
WHEN IS THE BRACHIOCEPHALIC VEIN FORMED?
WHEN THE INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN MERGES WITH THE SUBCLAVIAN VEIN
WHAT TWO VEINS FORM THE SUPERIOR VENA CAVA?
THE 2 BRACHIOCEPHALIC VEINS