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2 types of saliva produced by salivary glands

Serous, mucous

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Serous saliva

Watery, mainly protein fluid

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Mucous saliva

Thick, mainly carb fluid

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Where are minor salivary glands located

Tissues of buccal, labial, and lingual mucosa, soft palate, lateral of hard palate, floor of mouth

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A vein that begins below the chin, descends near the midline, and drains into the external jugular vein

Anterior jugular vein

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Serves the posterior hard palate and posterior lingual gingiva

Greater palatine nerve

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The sixth cranial nerve serves the eye muscle

Abducens nerve

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Opens the oral cavity at the parotid papilla

Parotid duct

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Cranial nerve that innervates all muscles of mastication

Fifth (trigeminal nerve)

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Which of the salivary glands is largest

Parotid

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Another name for parotid duct

Stensen duct

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What artery is behind the ramus with 5 branches

Inferior alveolar artery

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Which artery supplies the maxillary molars, premolar teeth and gingiva

Posterior superior alveolar artery

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How many pairs of nerves are connected to the brain

12

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Which division of the trigeminal nerve subdivides into the buccal, lingual, and inferior alveolar nerves

Mandibular division

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Second largest salivary gland

Submandibular gland

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3rd largest salivary gland

Sublingual gland

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What percent of total volume of saliva does the parotid gland provide

25%

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What duct does the saliva pass through from the parotid gland

Parotid duct (stensens)

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What percent of saliva does the submandibular gland produce

60-65%

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What duct does the submandibular gland release saliva into

Submandibular or Whartons duct

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What percent salivary volume does the sublingual gland provide

10%

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What duct does the sublingual gland release saliva into

Sublingual or Bartholins duct

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What might block the salivary glands

Sialolith

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What artery arises from the aorta and subdivides into internal and external arteries

Common carotid artery

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What supplies blood to the brain and eyes

Internal carotid artery

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What supplies blood to the face and mouth

External carotid artery

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Larger of 2 terminal branches of external carotid

Maxillary artery

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What are the three sections the maxillary artery divides into

Inferior alveolar, pterygoid, pterygopalatine

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What are the three divisions or the trigeminal nerve

Ophthalmic, maxillary, mandibular

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What does the nasopalatine nerve do

Supplies the mucoperiosteum palatial to maxillary anterior teeth

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Greater palatine nerve

Posterior palatine foramen, supplies mucoperiosteum

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Inferior alveolar nerve divides into

Mylohyoid nerve, small dental nerves, mental nerve, incisive nerve

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What is the mandibles blood supply

Inferior alveolar arteries

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What is the Von Ebner's salivary gland associate with on the tongue

Circumvallate lingual papillae

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Which duct spills saliva on maxillary molars

Parotid

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Pathway of blood flow

LV, A, RB/L, CC, EC, MA, teeth, PP, MV, RV, jugular/facial, SVC, RA, RV, PA, C, PV, LA