Structure that develop from the 5th pharyngeal pouch?
It makes up the anterior 2/3 of the tongue? (2)
Came from what arch?
- Lateral lingual swellings
- Tuberculum impar of His
Both from 1st arch
It makes up the posterior 1/3 of the tongue? (2)
It came from what arch?
- Copula (2nd arch)
- Hypobranchial eminence (3rd & 4th arch)
Connects the thyroid gland to the tongue?
Remnant of thyroglossal duct?
Large bulge above the stomodeum?
Small buds on the sides of the mandibular arch?
Localized thickening of the frontal process develops into?
With the presence of the nasal pits, the frontal area becomes the?
It separates the nasal pits from the stomodeum?
Continuous growth of the medial nasal process downward produce a pair of bulge called?
Gives rise to the upper incisors?
Premaxilla or primary palate
2 grooves that separates the maxillary process from the lateral and medial nasal process?
- Nasooptic groove
- Bucconasal groove
Sebaceous glands trapped in the buccal mucosa during development?
Which is formed first: dental lamina or vestibular lamina?
Agents causing congenital defects?
Give 2 drugs that can cause congenital defects?
- Retinoic acid
Hormone that can induce clefting?
Non union of the globular and maxillary process would cause?
Non union of the palatine processes and the inferior nasal septum would cause?
Cleft affecting the hard palate?
Cleft affecting only the soft palate?
Congenital absence of either the upper or lower jaw?
Tongue abnormality caused by short and thick lingual frenulum?
A condition wherein one side of the face is underdeveloped?
Medical term for cleft lip?
Results from the persistence of the remnants of the primitive streak?