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Flashcards in Face Deck (15):
1

What is the facial skeleton?

The bones that support the face

2

How many bones form the facial skeleton?

14

3

What bones form the facial skeleton?

- mandible
- vomer
- nasal
- maxilla
- lacrimal
- inferior nasal concha
- palatine
- zygomatic

4

What is unusual/unique about the muscles of the face?

- they do not act as lever muscles
- they do not attach to bone at both origin and insertion

5

What muscles lack any attachment to bone?

- orbicularis oris
- procerus
- risorius

6

Most of the seventh cranial nerve will exit the skull via what opening?

The stylomastoid foramen

7

Into what region of the head will the stylomastoid foramen open?

The parotid region

8

What is the source of innervation for all muscles of facial expression?

Facial nerve branches

9

Branchial efferent fibers carried in the seventh cranial nerve will innervate what muscles?

- muscles of facial expression
- muscles of the scalp and of the auricle
- the buccinator
- platysma
- stapedius
- stylohyoid
- posterior belly of the digastric

10

What do Somatic Afferent (SA) pathways monitor?

- pain
- temperature
- light touch
- proprioception

11

Which divisions of the trigeminal nerve contain SA pathways?

All three

12

Which divisions of the trigeminal nerve receive sensory information from the face?

All three

13

Which specific branches provide sensory input from skin around the orbit?

Ophthalmic nerve - frontal, lacrimal, and nasociliary branches

14

Which maxillary division, trigeminal nerve branch innervates the skin of the scalp?

Zygomatic

15

Which mandibular division, trigeminal nerve branches innervate the skin of the mandible and ear?

- auriculotemporal nerve
- inferior alveolar nerve

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