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1

what type of joint is the TMJ

ellipsoid, synovial joint

2

what innervates the TMJ

innervates CN V3

3

how does the mandibular head move during TMJ depression

glides anteriorly

4

how does the mandibular head move during TMJ elevation

glides posteriorly

5

what motions does the Temporalis preform

elevation and retraction

6

what motions does the masseter preform

elevation and protraction

7

what motions does the lateral pterygoid preform

depression, protraction, contralateral lateral glide

8

what motion does the medial pterygoid preform

elevation, protraction, contralateral glide

9

what is the disorder caused by increased venous congestion

cephalgia

10

what is the first sign of lymphatic congestion

supraclavicular fullness

11

what can occur with CN V entrapment/dysfunction

headache, trigeminal neuralgia

12

what can occur with CN VII entrapment/dysfunction

altered taste, bell's palsy

13

what can occur with CN VIII entrapment/dysfunction

vertigo, tinnitus

14

what can occur with CN IX and X entrapment/dysfunction

poor suckling, FTT

15

what are the symptoms of CN III, IV, VI entrapment/dysfunction

blurred vision, diplopia, nystagmus, eye fatigue, HA

16

what ganglia is involved with ANS to HEENT

cervical collateral ganglia

17

what provides the parasympathetic response of the lacrimal gland

CN VII

18

what provides the parasympathetic response of the mucous glands

CN VII

19

what provides the parasympathetic response of the parotid gland

CN IX

20

what provides the parasympathetic response of the submaxillary and sublingual glands

CN VII

21

what is the anterior chapmans point for the ear

above the proximal clavicle

22

what is the anterior chapmans point for the nasal sinuses

below proximal clavicle, superior surface of proximal 2nd rib

23

what is the anterior chapmans point for the pharynx, tonsils, and larynx

superior and inferior surface of rib 1 at sternal border

24

what is the posterior chapman point for the ear

posterior C1

25

what is the posterior chapman point for the nasal sinuses

lateral tip of C1

26

what is the posterior chapman point for the pharynx, tonsils, sinuses

C2

27

what is the medical term for misshapen head

plagiocephaly

28

what nerves are tested with pupillary light reflex

CNs II and III

29

what nerves are involved with EOM

CNs III, IV, and VI