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What plane is this?

What plane is this?

Sagittal Plane

What plane is this?

What plane is this?

Frontal or (Coronal) Plane

What plane is this?

What plane is this?

Horizontal or (Transverse) Plane

Name the Superior boundaries of the mouth:

Hard & Soft Palates

Name the Inferior boundaries of the mouth:

Tongue & Floor of the Mouth

Name the Anterolateral boundaries of the mouth:

Upper & Lower Teeth

Name the Posterior boundary of the mouth:

Palatoglossal Fold (arch)

Name structures 2-9:

Name structures 2-9:

2-Hard Palate (Rugae)


3-Soft Palate


4-Uvula


5-Palatoglossal Arch (anterior faucal pillar)


6-Palatine Tonsil


7-Palatopharyngeal Arch (posterior faucal pillar)


8-Posterior Wall of Oropharynx


9-Pterygoid Hamulus

Name structures 1-5:

Name structures 1-5:

1-Lingual Frenum


2-Deep Lingual Vein


3-Sublingual Fold


4-Sublingual Caruncle


5-Opening of Submandibular (Wharton's) Duct

Name structures 1-9:

Name structures 1-9:

1-Anterior 2/3


2-Posterior 1/3


3-Palatoglossal Fold


4-Palatine Tonsil


5-Fungiform Papillae


6-Circumvallate Papillae


7-Sulcus Terminalis (divides base & body of tongue)


8-Foramen Cecum


9-Foliate Papillae

Know all of these structures:

Know all of these structures:

-Vestibule


-Height of Mucobuccal Fold


-Muccogingival Junction


-Attached Gingiva


-Interdental Papilla


-Free Gingival Margin


-Alveolar Mucosa


-Buccal Mucosa

The Subgingival Salivary Glands lie ________ to the Submandibular gland under the tongue.

Anterior

The Sublingual Gland forms the _________ fold and sends multiple small ducts into the mouth along the fold.

Sublingual

These 8-20 excretory ducts are called the ducts of _________ .

Rivinus

The largest of all, the sublingual duct (The duct of ___________ ) joins the submandibular duct to drain through the sublingual caruncle.

Bartholin

The Sublingual ________ is a site on either side of the lingual frenum. There it denotes the site at which the submandibular gland and the sublingual gland empty into the oral cavity.

Caruncle

Which 2 nerves innervate the Anterior 2/3rd of the tongue for General Sensation & Taste:

-General Sensation: Lingual Nerve (V3)


-Taste: Chorda Tympani (VII)



Which nerve innervates the Posterior 1/3rd of the tongue for General Sensation & Taste:

-General Sensation: Glossopharyngeal (IX)


-Taste: Glossopharyngeal (IX)

Parotid papilla is the opening of ___________ Duct.

Stensen's

The opening of the submandibular duct is also known as _____________ duct.

Wharton's

The slender threadlike papillae that give the dorsal surface of the tongue its velvety texture is the _____________ papillae

filiform papillae

The red mushroom-shaped dots on the tongue are called ___________ papillae . They are more numerous on apex & contain taste buds

fungiform