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Innervation of the vestibule
Infraorbital nerve (entrance to nose)
Origin and distribution of Anterior ethmoidal nerve
From V1, distributes to anterior nasal septum
Origin and distribution of nasopalatine nerve
From V2 to anterior hard palate
origin and course of Posterior Ethmoidal artery
Origin: ICA to Opthalmic to anterior ethmoidal
origin and course of sphenopalatine artery
Origin: External carotid to Maxillary artery to Sphenopalatine artery.

Course: Goes through the sphenopalatine foramen
origin and course of Anterior Ethmoidal artery
Origin: ICA to Opthalmic to anterior ethmoidal
Origin of conchae bones
Superior, Middle from ethmoid
Inferior conchae= separate bone
Area above the superior nasal concha
Sphenoethmoidal recess
Origin of Lateral nasal artery
ECA to Maxillary to Lateral Nasal
Origin of lateral nasal nerve
Maxillary division of V2
Origin of anterior ethmoidal nerve
Opthalmic division V1
openings for all sinuses
Frontal: Frontal naso duct to Infundibulum in middle meatus

Ethmoidal:
Anterior- Middle Meatus
Middle- Ethmoidal bulba
Posterior- Superior Meatus

Sphenoid- Sphenoethmodal recess

Maxillary- Hiatus semilunaris (middle meatus)
Origin of Palatine arteries (lesser and greater)
Maxillary artery from ECA
Origin of naso palatine nerve
V2
Levator veli palatini
O
I
A
N
O: Medial aspect of auditory tube
I: Onto palatine aponeurosis
N: CNX
A: Lifts soft palate during swallowing to block nasal passage
Tensor veli palatini
O
I
A
N
O: Lateral aspect of auditory tube
I: Onto palatine aponeurosis
N: V3
A: Tenses palatine aponeurosis and aids levator veli palatini
Musculus uvulae
A
N
A: Close off nasopharyx
N: Vagus nerve
Palatoglossus
O
I
A
N
O: Soft palate aponeurosis
I: Tongue (lateral process)
N: Vagus nerve
A: Depress palate
Palatopharyngeus
O
I
A
N
O: Palatine aponeurosis
I: Pharyngeal wall
N: Vagus
A: Depress palate
Pterygoid hamulus
Part of medial pterygoid plate where tensor veli palatini wraps around it to tens the palate.
Give innervation and origin of innervation of palate
Greater palatine (from palatine foramen to mucus membrane of hard palate)

Lesser palatines (through lesser palatine foramen to mucus membrane of soft palate)

Nasopalatine (from nasal septum through incisive foramen to anterior hard palate)

All from V3
Blood supply to the pallate
Branches of maxillary artery

Both from descending palatine in the palatine canal

Greater palatine (hard palate, ascends through incisive foramen to end on nasal septum)

Lesser palatine (soft palate)