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identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
what is the blood supply to the palatine tonsil:
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Lingual
2. Facial
3. Ascending pharyngeal
4. Lesser palatine
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
what is this an image of:
inflamed palatine tonsils
what structures are included in the Tonsilar Ring of Waldeyer
lymphatic tissue formed by the
1. two palatine tonsils
2. the pharyngeal tonsil
3. the lingual tonsil
4. and intervening lymphoid tissue
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
CN 12 Innervates all the tongue
Muscles except ...
Palatoglossus
what is the name for cranial nerve 9?
glossopharyngeal
what is the name for cranial nerve 12?
hypoglossal
answer the questions in the figure.

what is the name of this nerve:
(see figure)
Ansa Cervicalis
The hypoglossal nerve and the lingual artery are separated by
the ... muscle
hyoglossus
cranial nerve 9 receives sensory fibers from:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. posterior one-third of the tongue
2. tonsils
3. pharynx
4. middle ear
5. carotid body
cranial nerve 9 receives taste fibers from ...
posterior one-third of tongue
cranial nerve 9 supplies parasympathetic fibers to the ... via the ... ganglion
parotid gland
otic
cranial nerve 9 supplies motor fibers to ... muscle and contributes to the ... plexus
stylopharyngeus
pharyngeal
Levator Veli Palatini:
Arises from ... and auditory tube. it functions to ... and is innervated by ...
petrous portion of temporal bone
elevate the soft palate
CN 10
Tensor Veli Palatini:
Arises from the ... at base of the ... its tendon winds around the ... and
continues medially to enter soft palate. it functions to ... the soft palate and is innervated by ...
scaphoid fossa
medial pterygoid plate
pterygoid hamulus
tense
CN5
the Pharyngeal Plexus is formed by:
1.
2.
3.
1. pharyngeal branches of the vagus (CN X)
2. glossopharyngeal (CN IX)
3. sympathetic branches
from the superior cervical ganglion
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the muscles involved in swallowing:
(see figure)
identify the types of tastebuds:
(see figure)
identify the divisions of the pharynx:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)
identify the labeled structures:
(see figure)