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External Skull

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Lateral Skull

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Muscles of facial expression

Most originate on facial bones and insert into the skin/connective tissue of face

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Fascia of the Face and Scalp

Superficial fat and fascia

Fascia in scalp blends with superficial fascia in neck posteriorly and extends into temporal regions laterally

A layer of deep cervical fascia covers masseter and invests the parotid gland

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Muscles of Facial Expression

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Muscles of Facial Expression

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Muscles of Facial Expression

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Muscles of Facial Expression

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Muscles of Facial Expression

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Muscles of Facial Expression

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Facial Nerve

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Facial Nerve

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Facial arteries

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Facial Veins

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Layers of the Scalp from External to Internal

S

C

A

L

P

Skin

Connective tissue

Aponeurosis between frontalis and occipitalis

Loose areolar connective tissue

Periosteum (pericranium)

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Blood Supply to the Scalp

Supratrochlear (a), Supraorbital (b)

Superficial Temporal (c)

Posterior auricular (d)

Occipital (e)

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Emissary Veins

Communication between superficial veins of the scalp and sural venous sinuses

Potential route for infection

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Nerves to the Scalp

 

CN V- Supratrochlear (a), and supraorbital (b)

CN V2 - Zygomaticotemporal (c)

CN V3 - Auriculotemporal (d)

C2 - Lesser occipital (e)

C2+C3 - Greater occipital

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Trigeminal Nerve

 

Frontal (a)

Nasociliary (b)

Infraorbital (c)

Superior alveolar (d)

Lingual (e)

Inferior (f)

Auriculotemporal (g)

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Dermatomes of Head and Scalp

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Face and Scalp Lymphatics