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2.0.12.41 List of 12 muscles of the Face on Figure 2.2 pg 40.
You will see directional components incorporated into the names of a number of muscles. The following figures are provided as a visual guide. You do not need to memorize and learn each figure in its entirety. As with the bones, concentrate on the spelling and body placement of the various muscle groups. We will start at the head and work our way down. You will notice some muscles have their attachments in two different areas of the body. For example, the platysma muscle (see figure 2.2) runs from the lower jaw and down the neck. It is a muscle of both the face/head and the neck. Name the 12 muscles of the face.
1. frontalis
2. temporalis
3. orbicularis oculi
4. buccinator
5. orbicularis oris
6. triangularis
7. corrugator
8. nasalis
9. levator labii superioris
10. greater zygomatic
11. masseter
12. platysma
Next questions are on these areas of the face/head.
2.1.12.41 The muscle surrounding the eye.
A. frontalis
B. orbicularis oris
C. orbicularis oculi
D. orbicularis occuli
C. orbicularis oculi
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.2.12.41 Lower jaw muscle in the shape of a triangle.
A. triangularis
B. trangularis
C. masseter
D. triangularus
A. triangularis
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.3.12.41 Muscle located above the eye.
A. buccinator
B. frontalis
C. frontallis
D. frontalus
B. frontalis
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.4.12.41 Muscle which runs from the lower jaw down the neck.
A. platysma
B. platisma
C. greater zygomatic
D. platyssma
A. platysma
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.5.12.41 Cheek muscle.
A. bucinator
B. temporalis
C. buccinater
D. buccinator
D. buccinator
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.6.12.41 Muscle found in the nose.
A. corrugator
B. nasalis
C. nassalis
D. nasales
B. nasalis
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.7.12.41 A muscle which lifts and is above the lips.
A. levator labi superioris
B. levator labii superiorus
C. levater labii superioris
D. levator labii superioris
D. levator labii superioris
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.8.12.41 Muscle surrounding the mouth.
A. orbicularis oris
B. orbicularis oral
C. orbicularis oculi
D. orbicullaris oris
A. orbicularis oris
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.9.12.41 Muscle found in the lower jaw.
A. maseter
B. masseter
C. massetter
D. massiter
B. masseter
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.10.12.41 The larger of the zygomaticus muscles.
A. lesser zygomatic
B. greater zygoma
C. greater zygomatic
D. platysma
C. greater zygomatic
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.11.12.41 Muscle located on the side of the head, just above both ears.
A. frontalis
B. temporalis
C. temporallis
D. temperalis
B. temporalis
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5
2.12.12.41 Muscle located on the forehead; it creates the "worry lines" or wrinkling of the brow associated with frowning. (Ruga = wrinkle).
A. corrugator
B. corugator
C. corrugater
D. currogator
A. corrugator
Choose the term which best describes the statement. Exercise 2.5