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which of following is correct pair for waldeves ring

ling tonsil - lat

palatine tonsil -->superior

nasopharyngeal tonsil-->superior

nasopharyngeal tonsil-->superior

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origin of tensor veli palatini

greater wing of spenoid bone and lat cartieldge of aud tube

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correct the following tensor veli palatini wraps around pterygoid hamulus to insert to lateral palatal aponeurosis

tensor veli palatini wraps around pterygoid hamulus to insert to midline palatal aponeurosis

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tenses palate and opens aud tube with mout opening

tensor veli palatini

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tensor veli palatini

innerv by CN3

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elevte palate and innerve by CN10

lev. veli palatini

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inserts in palatine aponeurosis

 

tensor veli palatini

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correct the statement Lev. veli palatini origin is in the 

sup petrous temporal bine and late aud tube

Lev. veli palatini origin is in the 

inf petrous temporal bine and medial aud tube

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behind oral and nasal cavity

pharynx

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pharynx

larynx to esophogus

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sensory CN10 and motor Cn11

s,m,i constrictors

cricopharyngeus

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SMI constrictors

contract in waves to propel food

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serves for constant contraction of (UES)

cricopharyngeus

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tf the constrictor and the cricopharyngeud insert to midline pharyngeal raphae

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origin is the thyroid and cricoud cartiledge

inf constrictor

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middle constrictor origin

hyoid bone

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origin is the lower fibers of inf constrictors

cricopharyngeus

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origin of sup constrictor is pterygomand raphae

pharyngeal tubercles

and myelohyoid line

sup constrictors

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innerv by CN11 (phary plexus)

palatopharyngeus and salpingopharyngeus

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origin is the styloid process and and innerve by CN 9

stylopharyngeus

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origin is the cartiledge of eustacian tube and inserts to palatopharyngeus muscle

salpingopharyngeus

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origin; palatal aponeurosis 

insertion; posteriolateral pharynx

Palatopharyngeus

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will pass between S andM constrictors to blend with palatopharyngeus

Stylopharyngeus

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will raise pharynx and larynx during swallowing

palatopharyngeus and stylopharyngeus

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elevate nasopharynx and open aud tube

salpingophayryngeus

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nasopharynx is connected to middle earvia

aud tube

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equalize pressure b/n pharynx and aud canal

salpingopharyngeus

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nasopharynx is connected to middle earvia

aud tube

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will raise pharynx and larynx during swallowing

palatopharyngeus and stylopharyngeus

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will pass between S andM constrictors to blend with palatopharyngeus

Stylopharyngeus

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origin; palatal aponeurosis 

insertion; posteriolateral pharynx

Palatopharyngeus

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origin is the cartiledge of eustacian tube and inserts to palatopharyngeus muscle

salpingopharyngeus

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origin is the styloid process and and innerve by CN 9

stylopharyngeus

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origin of sup constrictor is pterygomand raphae

pharyngeal tubercles

and myelohyoid line

sup constrictors

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origin is the lower fibers of inf constrictors

cricopharyngeus

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origin is the thyroid and cricoud cartiledge

inf constrictor

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tf the constrictor and the cricopharyngeud insert to midline pharyngeal raphae

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above soft palate and continuous with nasal passage

nasopharynx

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ant wall of nasopharynx

soft palate and uvula

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ant wall of nasopharynx

soft palate and uvula

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ant pillar to larynx

oropharynx

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fauces

help oropharynx comm. with oral cavity

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contain palatine and ling tonsil

oropharynx

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inf to oropharynx; entrance to larynx and esophogus

laryngopharynx

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allows food to esophogus

allow air to larynx

laryngopharynx

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which of follwoing is in oral phase

moisten food

mastic food(CN5)

tongue assumes trough shape (CN12)

all the above

all the above

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tf in oral phase theree is invole post movement of food bolus

F vol.

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pharyngeal phase

; nasopharynx is closed by 

tensor veli palatini (cn5)

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raised velum in pharyngeal phase

palatoglossal and lev. veli palatini (cn10)

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in phary phase the pharynx and hyoid are elevated by

stylophar. ,salpingophar, palatophary (cn9 ,10)

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tf in the pharyn phase

the pharynx close and the epiglottis is retrroverted and the vocal folds are adducted

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tf in the pharyngeal phase as the bolus passes thru pharynx 

the SMI constrictors undergo a wavelike contraction 

and the cricopharyngeus is relaxed

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Esophogeal phse

there is esophogel peristalsis (Cn10)

and relaxation phase where larynx pharynx and hyoid return to normal position

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lac gland

in lac sulcus in superolat aspect of orbit

makes tears tht wash across globe AL to IM

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---- ----- collects tears and drains to

----- ----- which join the

------ -----  which drain to 

---- ------- t empty to inf nasal conchae in the

----- ------

lac. puncta

lac canals

lac sulcus

nasolac duct, inf meatus

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paired serous glands

lac gland

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PS innervation of lac gland

sup salv nucleus

> pet nerve (cN7)--> pregang synapse at pterygopal ganglion

lac nerve (v1)---> post gang PS from pterygopal. gang

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PS innervation of lac gland

sup salv nucleus

> pet nerve (cN7)--> pregang synapse at pterygopal ganglion

lac nerve (v1)---> post gang PS from pterygopal. gang

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paired serous glands

lac gland

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---- ----- collects tears and drains to

----- ----- which join the

------ -----  which drain to 

---- ------- t empty to inf nasal conchae in the

----- ------

lac. puncta

lac canals

lac sulcus

nasolac duct, inf meatus

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lac gland

in lac sulcus in superolat aspect of orbit

makes tears tht wash across globe AL to IM

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Esophogeal phse

there is esophogel peristalsis (Cn10)

and relaxation phase where larynx pharynx and hyoid return to normal position

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tf in the pharyngeal phase as the bolus passes thru pharynx 

the SMI constrictors undergo a wavelike contraction 

and the cricopharyngeus is relaxed

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tf in the pharyn phase

the pharynx close and the epiglottis is retrroverted and the vocal folds are adducted

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seroud secretion

parotid duct

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serous and mucus duct

subman duct

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mucus sec.

subling duct

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location of sublingual gland

floor of mouth medial to sublingual fossa of mandible

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parotid region b/n pos border of mand ramus and ant border of SCM

par. gland

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b/ lat aspect of mylohyoid muscle and submand fossa

sup portion of submand. gland

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b/n base of tongue and subling gland

deep poriton of submand gland

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stenson's duct

parotid gland

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whartons duct

submand gland

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subling duct

subling gland

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pregang is lesser petr. nerve and synapse onto otic ganglion

parotid gland

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post gang fibers leave otic ganglion and travels with auriculotemporal nerve (V3) 

parotid gland

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pre gang of submand gland

chorda tympani of CN7

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pregang of submand gland amd sublingual gland will synapse onto

submand ganglion

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supr and infrahyoid

ass muscles of mastication 

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tongue and buccinator

control food bolus and propel post for swallowing(cn 12 and 7 respectively)

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name muscle of masctication

masseter temporalis

M and L pterygoid

(all controlled by V3)

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post gang of submand ganglion 

 and subling ganglion

leaves ganglion and passes to gland

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Chorda tymp and pterygoid plxus of vein

masticator space

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MAnd and MAx nerve

and muscles of mast.

Masticator space

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mand ramus and TMJ

masticator space

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car. sheath and deep cerv chain of LN

PArapharyngeal space

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tonsilar and asc. palatine br of facial art

tonsilar space

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GP nerve and palatine tonsil

tonsilar space

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hypoglossal nerve exists in

submand and subling space

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ling nerve and art

subling space

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deep submand gland and duct exist in 

subling space

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nerve to myelohyoid and facial art exist in

submand space

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submand and hypoglossal nerve exist in the

submand space

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which of following isnt in the parotid space

par. glad

facial nerve

ECA

retromand vein

submand gland

submand gland

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blood supply is glandular branch of sup temporal art and transverse facial art

parotid gland

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blood supply ; glandular br of facial art

submand art

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blood supply is glandular br of ling art 

sublingual gland

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mucus only 

labial and buccal minor sal gland

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exist on labial and buccal mucosa

labial and buccal minor sal gland

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von ebner gland

at base of circumvallate papila and secretes only serous saliva

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ant. lingual and sec. serous mucus saliva

gland of blandin nuhn

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carotid sheath and deep cerv chain of LN

parapharyngeal space

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which of following isnt in the parotid space

par. glad

facial nerve

ECA

retromand vein

submand gland

submand gland

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submand and hypoglossal nerve exist in the

submand space

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nerve to myelohyoid and facial art exist in

submand space

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deep submand gland and duct exist in 

subling space

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ling nerve and art

subling space

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hypoglossal nerve exists in

submand and subling space

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GP nerve and palatine tonsil

tonsilar space

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tonsilar and asc. palatine br of facial art

tonsilar space

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car. sheath and deep cerv chain of LN

PArapharyngeal space

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mand ramus and TMJ

masticator space

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MAnd and MAx nerve

and muscles of mast.

Masticator space

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Chorda tymp and pterygoid plxus of vein

masticator space

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name muscle of masctication

masseter temporalis

M and L pterygoid

(all controlled by V3)

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supr and infrahyoid

ass muscles of mastication 

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tongue and buccinator

control food bolus and propel post for swallowing(cn 12 and 7 respectively)

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carotid sheath and deep cerv chain of LN

parapharyngeal space

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ant. lingual and sec. serous mucus saliva

gland of blandin nuhn

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von ebner gland

at base of circumvallate papila and secretes only serous saliva

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exist on labial and buccal mucosa

labial and buccal minor sal gland

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mucus only 

labial and buccal minor sal gland

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blood supply is glandular br of ling art 

sublingual gland

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blood supply ; glandular br of facial art

submand art

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blood supply is glandular branch of sup temporal art and transverse facial art

parotid gland

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post gang of submand ganglion 

 and subling ganglion

leaves ganglion and passes to gland

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pregang of submand gland amd sublingual gland will synapse onto

submand ganglion

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pre gang of submand gland

chorda tympani of CN7

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post gang fibers leave otic ganglion and travels with auriculotemporal nerve (V3) 

parotid gland

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pregang is lesser petr. nerve and synapse onto otic ganglion

parotid gland

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subling duct

subling gland

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whartons duct

submand gland

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stenson's duct

parotid gland

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b/n base of tongue and subling gland

deep poriton of submand gland

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b/ lat aspect of mylohyoid muscle and submand fossa

sup portion of submand. gland

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parotid region b/n pos border of mand ramus and ant border of SCM

par. gland

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location of sublingual gland

floor of mouth medial to sublingual fossa of mandible

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mucus sec.

subling duct

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serous and mucus duct

subman duct

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seroud secretion

parotid duct

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in phary phase the pharynx and hyoid are elevated by

stylophar. ,salpingophar, palatophary (cn9 ,10)

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raised velum in pharyngeal phase

palatoglossal and lev. veli palatini (cn10)

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pharyngeal phase

; nasopharynx is closed by 

tensor veli palatini (cn5)

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tf in oral phase theree is invole post movement of food bolus

F vol.

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which of follwoing is in oral phase

moisten food

mastic food(CN5)

tongue assumes trough shape (CN12)

all the above

all the above

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allows food to esophogus

allow air to larynx

laryngopharynx

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inf to oropharynx; entrance to larynx and esophogus

laryngopharynx

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contain palatine and ling tonsil

oropharynx

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fauces

help oropharynx comm. with oral cavity

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ant pillar to larynx

oropharynx

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above soft palate and continuous with nasal passage

nasopharynx

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correct the statement Lev. veli palatini origin is in the 

sup petrous temporal bine and late aud tube

Lev. veli palatini origin is in the 

inf petrous temporal bine and medial aud tube

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inserts in palatine aponeurosis

 

tensor veli palatini

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elevte palate and innerve by CN10

lev. veli palatini