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Veins usually run with

Arteries and have the same names
Exceptions are jugulars

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Jugular foramen

Internal jugular drains entire brain and passes through the skull

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Pterygoid plexus of veins

Forms max. Vein
Can be pierced when anesthetizing PSA nerve block

4

Hematoma

Swelling and discoloration due to piercing of a vein

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What forms the retromandibular vein

Superficial temporal/max. Veins

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Retromandibular vein divides into

Posterior retromandibular vein and joins posterior auricular vein

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What forms the external jugular vein

Posterior retromandibular vein and posterior auricular vein

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External jugular empties into the

Subclavian vein

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Anterior retromandibular vein joins facial vein

Common facial vein - internal jugular

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Cavernous sinus

Venous sinus near base of the brain
Dangerous if infection spreads into this area

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External jugular to the subclavian vein joins internal jugular

Brachiocephalic vein and flows into superior vena cava - heart

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Salivary gland classifications

Exocrine
Merocrine
Compound tubuloaveolar
Serous
Seromucous
Mucous

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What are the major salivary glands

Parotid
Submandibular
Sublingual

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Mumps

Viral infection of parotid gland

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Produced only 25% of total resting salivary volume

Parotid

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Parotid

On surface of masseter, behind ramus, anterior to ear
Serous
Duct (Stensons) opens into the oral cavity opposite the max 2nd molar

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60-65% of total resting salivary volume

Submandibular

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What kind of salivary gland is the submandibular

Mixed gland (seromucous)

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Where does the duct open for the submandibular

Onto sublingual carnucle (Whartons duct)

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Wraps around mylohyoid muscle and located inferior/posterior to body of mandible

Submandibular

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Smallest - 10% of total salivary volume

Sublingual

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What kind of salivary gland is sublingual

Mucous

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Duct for sublingual

Duct of revinus

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Where is sublingual gland located

Anterior floor of mouth next to canines

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Function of minor salivary glands

To keep the mucosa moist

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Minor salivary glands

Labial
Buccal
Palatine
Glossopalatine
Lingual

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Palatine glands

No glands in anterior part of hard palate

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Lingual glands

Anterior lingual tip of tongue
Lingual glands of von ebner
Posterior lingual

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Lingual glands of von ebner

Washes off taste buds

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Posterior lingual

Located around lingual tonsils

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All glands are controlled by

Parasympathetic autonomic nervous system (PANS)

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Xerostomia

Dry mouth

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Causes of xerostomia

Medicine, dehydration, radiation