Flashcards in Blood supply of face (week 2) Deck (19):
What three arterial branches come off the infraorbital canal?
Inferior Palpebral, Lateral Nasal and Superior Labial
What artery branches off of the Maxillary Artery and enters the mandibular canal?
Inferior Alveolar artery
What branch comes off of the Inferior Alveolar artery and exits the mental foramen?
What are the three GENERAL artery branches that come off the Maxillary Artery and supplies blood to the face?
Inferior Alveolar, Buccal and Infraorbital
The Infraorbital artery branches off of the Maxillary artery in what structure?
The Inferior Alveolar and Buccal arteries branch off of the Maxillary artery in what structure?
The Infratemporal fossa
What are the four branches that come off the Facial artery?
Inferior Labial, Superior Labial, Lateral Nasal and Angular
Three major arterial systems that supply blood to the face
Internal Carotid, External Carotid and Maxillary artery
What are the two GENERAL branches that come off the External Carotid artery as it supplies blood to the face?
Facial artery and Superficial Temporal artery
What branch comes off of the Superficial Temporal artery?
Transverse Facial artery
The Opthalmic artery is a branch off of what major Artery?
The Internal Carotid artery
Where do the branches of the Opthalmic originate?
Where is the origin of the Superficial Temporal artery?
Where is the origin of the Infraorbital artery?
Origin of the Inferior Alveolar and Buccal arteries?
Origin of the Facial Artery and its branches
What two branches come from the zygomatic branch of the Opthalmic artery?
Zygomaticofacial and Zygomaticotemporal
What branch comes from the Anterior Ethmoid artery?
External Nasal artery