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12 Cards in this Set

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By which sutures do the occipital and parietal bones articulate with each other?
Lambdoidal Suture
Which Nerve block anesthesia is used for the buccal gingival of the Maxillary 1st molar?
Which muscles is considered an extrinsic tongue muscle that retracts the tongue?
Which muscle when contracted causes a suprised facial expression?
Epicranial Muscle
A restoration will be placed on the distal surface of the 1st Maxillary Premolar. Which nerve block needs to be administered?
Which muscle originates on the lower border of the mandible and inserts into the skin of tissue of the chin?
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic are antagonist to one another. Both function as part of the somatic nervous system.
1st statement true
2nd statement false
When administering the IA nerve block it is important to contact bone because this will decrease the risk of depositing a local anesthesic agent onto the parotid gland.
The buccal region of the head is composed of soft tissues of the cheek. Most of the upper cheek is fleshy, mainly formed by a mass of fat and muscle. What is the strong muscle felt in this area when the patient clenches his/her teeth together?
What pairs of nerves merges posterior to the mental foramen to form the inferior alveolar nerve
Mental & Incisive
Through what opening does th XII cranial nerve pass?
Hypoglossal canal in the occipital bone
What muscle of mastication is responsible for opening the mouth?
Lateral pterygoid