Correlative Anatomy Flashcards Preview

C flashcards > Correlative Anatomy > Flashcards

Flashcards in Correlative Anatomy Deck (197)
Loading flashcards...
1

paranasal sinuses

sphenoidal sinus
ethmoidal sinus (anterior, middle, posterior)
frontal sinus
maxillary sinus

2

function of paranasal sinuses

1. for resonance of sound
2. make head lighter

3

what sinuses are present at the time of birth

ethmoid and maxillary

ME

4

largest paranasal sinus

maxillary sinus

5

first sinus to develop

maxillary sinus

6

sphenoidal sinus is present at age of

5

7

frontal sinus present at

7-8 years old

8

last sinus to develop

frontal sinus

9

sphenoidal sinus will drain into

sphenoethmoidal recess

10

posterior ethmoidal sinus drains into

superior meatus

11

frontal sinus
anterior ethmoidal sinus
middle ethmoidal sinus
maxillary sinus
will drain into

middle meatus

12

nasolacrimal duct drains into

inferior meatus
(runny nose when crying)

13

major blood supply of the nasal cavity

sphenopalatine artery

14

Blood supply of the nose

Kick Lazy Guys ASS

Kiesselbach’s plexus
Little’s area
Greater palatine artery
Anterior ethmoidal artery
Sphenopalatine artery
Superior labial artery

15

what is the most common cause and blood supply of epistaxis

trauma (nose picking) ; kiesselbach’s plexus

16

Kiesselbach’s plexus is supplied by

GASS
great palatine artery
anterior ethmoidal artery
sphenopalatine artery
superior labial artery

17

plexus which accounts for 5-10% of epistaxis

Woodruff’s plexus

18

Woodruff’s plexus is supplied by

ascending pharyngeal artery
spenopalatine artery
posterior nasal artery

19

anterior nasal cavity
major blood supply

kiesselbach’s plexus

20

posterior nasal cavity
major blood supply

Woodruff’s plexus

21

which is harder to manage
anterior epistaxis vs posterior epistaxis

posterior epistaxis

22

major salivary glands

parotid
sublingual
submandibular

23

salivary gland classification based on the substance they secrete

mucous
serous
mixed

24

has pale staining mucin
flattened nucleus at base
round/elongated
lubricant

mucous salivary glands

25

largest salivary gland

parotid gland

26

the only purely serous secreting salivary gland

parotid gland

27

duct of the parotid gland

stensen’s duct

28

stensen’s duct opens into the

oral vestibule
opposite the upper second molar tooth

29

SSSS mnemonic of parotid gland

largest Side
purely Serous
Stensen’s duct
Second molar tooth

30

nerve supply to the parotid gland

glossopharyngeal nerve CN 9

P= 9