Flashcards in Face Deck (34)
Orbicularis oculi 3 parts
Palpebral- gently closes eyelids
Lacrimal - aids in drainage of tears
Orbital part- tightly closes the eyelids
Sensory nerve for face and the motor innervation for muscles of mastication
Cnv3 has some motor fibers
Motor nerve of the face
Mandibular ( cnv3)
6 branches of facial nerve
Posterior auricular nerve
Innervation of scalp anterior to the auricles is by...
Branches of all three divisions of the trigeminal nerve cnv123
Posterior to the auricles, innervation of the scalp is by...
Spinal cutaneous nerves c2c3
Most arteries supplying the face are branches of the...
External carotid arteries
Facial artery provides...
The major arterial supply to face
Branch of the eca
Winds around inferior border of mandible
Crosses over face to median angle of eye
Termination of the facial artery...
Angular artery... Supplies the medial angle of the eye
Branches of facial artery
Superior and inferior labial arteries
Superficial temporal artery emerges on face between...
The temporomandibular joint and the auricle...
Ends in the scalp by dividing into frontal and parietal branches
What provides the primary superficial venous drainage of face? And where does this vein begin?
Facial vein and begins at the medial angle of the eye as the angular vein.
The facial vein drains directly into the...
Internal jugular vein
The great auricular nerve provides sensory innervation to...
The parotid sheath, gland, and overlying skin
The parasympathetic component of the glossopharyngeal nerve(cn 9) supplies
Secretory fibers to the parotid gland
What muscle squints the eye?
Obicularis oculi...orbital part
Palpebral gently closes the eye
What muscle milks the parotid duct during mastication and covers the alveolar processes ?
The facial nerve enters? Exits?
Enters internal auditory canal
Exits stylomastoid foremen
Posterior auricular nerve
Marginal mandibular n
Parotid gland is...
Duct empties Between 2nd maxillary molar
Innervation - glossopharyngeal n cn ix
Acting unilaterally the medial pterygoid ?
Contralateral deviation of mandible
Actions of lateral pterygoid ?
Bilaterally- protracts chin
Unilaterally - contralateral divination
Articular disk separates synovial joint capsule in two
Articulation between condyle of mandible and mandibular fossa of temporal bone
Protrusion and retrusion at TMJ
Is anterior and posterior translation without rotation
Lingual and inferior alveolar are branches of what nerve?
How about chorda tympani?
Muscles or mastication receive their blood supply from branches of what artery?
Emissary veins communicate between the...
Veins of face and scalp and the venous dural sinus
Cavernous sinus- to dural venous structures
Nasal cavity spans from?to?
Nares to nasopharynx
Nasal cavity lies under what bones?
Sphenoid, ethmoid, frontal, and nasal
Lies above palatine and maxilla bones