Glossary of anatomy of head and neck
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- Cranial Nerve IV
- Cranial Nerve V
- Cranial Nerve VI
- Cranial Nerve VII
- Cranial Nerve VIII
- Cranial Nerve IX
- Cranial Nerve X
- Cranial Nerve XI
- Cranial Nerve XII
- The motor cortex is located in this section of the brain
- Frontal Lobe (precentral gyrus)
- Structures passing through the Foramen magnum
- spinal cord, spinal root of XI, vertebral a & v, anterior spinal aa & vv, posterior spinal aa & vv
- Structure passing through the Hypoglossal canal of the occipital bone
- XII (hypoglossal n)
- Structures that pass through the JUGULAR FORAMEN
- IX,X, XI, internal jugular v, inferior petrosal sinus.
- Structures that pass through the internal auditory meatus of the temporal bone
- VII, VIII, internal auditory a & v.
- Structures passing through the optic foramen of the spheniod bone
- II, opthalmic a
- Structures passing through the superior orbital fissure in the spheniod bone
- III, IV, V1, VI, superior ophthalmic v.
- Structure passing through the foramen rotundum of the spheniod bone
- Structures passing through the Foramen Ovale of the spheniod bone
- V3, accessory meningeal a, lesser petrosal n
- Structures passing through the foramen spinosum of the spheniod bone
- middle menengeal a & v
- S: Skin
C: Connective Tissue
L: Loose C.T
- Formal name for the ligament connecting the occipitofrontalis' frontal and occitpital bellies.
- galea aponeurotica
- Tough, thick external fibrous layer of the cranium
- dura mater
- Thin intermediate layer of the cranium
- arachnoid mater
- Delicate internal vascular layer; not seen in lab
- pia mater
- The visible boundary between the frontal and the parietal lobes.
- The central sulcus
- Anastomosis found in brain
- cerebral arterial circle of Willis
- Order of flow through the Circle of Willis
- Anterior cerebral, anterior communicating, internal carotid, posterior communication, basilar, vertebral
- Name the three unpaired bones of the face
- vomer, frontal, mandibular
- Name the four sutures of the skull
- Coronal, Sagittal, Lamboidal, Squamousal
- Function of the frontalis m.
- raise brows and wrinkle forehead
- Function of the occipitalis m.
- raise brows
- Function of all three auricular Mm.
- wriggle ears
- Function of procerus m. of the nose
- wrinkle nose up in disgust
- Function of zygomaticus m.
- used in smiling
- Function of levator labii superioris alaeque nasi m.
- Elvis' lip
- Function of risorius m.
- big grin - retracts the actual angle of the mouth
- Function of mentalis m.
- pouty lower lip
- The muscle of the mouth used for puckering lips
- orbicularis oris
- The cranial nerve responsible for the gag reflex
- CN IX (glossopharyngeal)
- Innervation of the platysma m. and function
- cervical branch of the facial n.; depression of mandible and angle of mouth
- The three branches (in order) of CN V (trigeminal)
- V1: Ophthalmis
- Name the saying to help distiguish between motor, sensory, and mixed between the CN.
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