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A _____ pulse may be taken where this artery passes directly lateral (superficial) to the body of the mandible.

facial artery

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A facial artery pulse may be taken where this artery passes directly _____ to the body of the mandible.

lateral (superficial)

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A facial artery pulse may be taken where this artery passes directly lateral (superficial) to the _____.

body of the mandible

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After emerging from the _____, the zygomatic, buccal and marginal mandibular branches of the facial nerve pass lateral (superficial) to the masseter.

parotid gland

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After emerging from the parotid gland, the _____, _____ and _____ branches of the facial nerve pass lateral (superficial) to the masseter.

zygomatic, buccal, marginal mandibular

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After emerging from the parotid gland, the zygomatic, buccal and marginal mandibular branches of the _____ nerve pass lateral (superficial) to the masseter.

facial

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After emerging from the parotid gland, the zygomatic, buccal and marginal mandibular branches of the facial nerve pass _____ to the masseter.

lateral (superficial)

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The parotid duct passes _____ and then anterior to the masseter.

lateral (superficial)

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The parotid duct passes lateral (superficial) and then _____ to the masseter.

anterior

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The parotid duct passes lateral (superficial) and then anterior to the _____.

masseter

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The _____ nerve and ascending cervical artery are positioned directly anterior to the anterior scalene muscle.

phrenic

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The phrenic nerve and _____ artery are positioned directly anterior to the anterior scalene muscle.

ascending cervical

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The phrenic nerve and ascending cervical artery are positioned directly _____ to the anterior scalene muscle.

anterior

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The phrenic nerve and ascending cervical artery are positioned directly anterior to the _____ muscle.

anterior scalene

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At the bifurcation of the common carotid artery, the _____ carotid artery is typically positioned anterior to the _____ carotid artery.

external, internal

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At the bifurcation of the common carotid artery, the external carotid artery is typically positioned _____ to the internal carotid artery.

anterior

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Near its origin, the facial artery passes _____ to the intermediate tendon of the digastric and the stylohyoid muscle.

medial (deep)

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Near its origin, the facial artery passes medial (deep) to the _____ and the stylohyoid muscle.

intermediate tendon of the digastric

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Near its origin, the facial artery passes medial (deep) to the intermediate tendon of the digastric and the _____.

stylohyoid muscle

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The _____ artery passes posterior (deep) to the common carotid artery.

inferior thyroid

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The inferior thyroid artery passes _____ to the common carotid artery.

posterior (deep)

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The inferior thyroid artery passes posterior (deep) to the _____ artery.

common carotid

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The _____ artery passes directly posterior (deep) to the anterior scalene muscle.

subclavian

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The subclavian artery passes directly _____ to the anterior scalene muscle.

posterior (deep)

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The subclavian artery passes directly posterior (deep) to the _____ muscle.

anterior scalene

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The _____ bone is positioned superior to the thyroid cartilage.

hyoid

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The hyoid bone is positioned _____ to the thyroid cartilage.

superior

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The hyoid bone is positioned superior to the _____ cartilage.

thyroid

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The _____ passes posterior (deep) to the left brachiocephalic vein.

thoracic duct

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The thoracic duct passes _____ to the left brachiocephalic vein.

posterior (deep)

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The thoracic duct passes posterior (deep) to the _____.

left brachiocephalic vein

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The _____ cartilage is positioned inferior to the thyroid cartilage.

cricoid

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The cricoid cartilage is positioned _____ to the thyroid cartilage.

inferior

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The cricoid cartilage is positioned inferior to the _____ cartilage.

thyroid

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The _____ muscle is positioned lateral (superficial) to the carotid sheath.

sternocleidomastoid

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The sternocleidomastoid muscle is positioned _____ to the carotid sheath.

lateral (superficial)

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The sternocleidomastoid muscle is positioned lateral (superficial) to the _____.

carotid sheath

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The _____ passes lateral (superficial) to the carotid sheath.

loop of the ansa cervicalis

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The loop of the ansa cervicalis passes _____ to the carotid sheath.

lateral (superficial)

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The loop of the ansa cervicalis passes lateral (superficial) to the _____.

carotid sheath

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The _____ passes superficial to the hyoglossus muscle and deep to the mylohyoid muscle.

hypoglossal nerve

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The hypoglossal nerve passes _____ to the hyoglossus muscle and _____ to the mylohyoid muscle.

superficial, deep

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The hypoglossal nerve passes superficial to the _____ muscle and deep to the _____ muscle.

hyoglossus, mylohyoid

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The _____ nerve passes directly anterior to the left subclavian artery.

left vagus

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The left vagus nerve passes directly _____ to the left subclavian artery.

anterior

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The left vagus nerve passes directly anterior to the _____ artery.

left subclavian

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The _____ nerve passes directly anterior to the right subclavian artery.

right vagus

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The right vagus nerve passes directly _____ to the right subclavian artery.

anterior

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The right vagus nerve passes directly anterior to the _____ artery.

right subclavian

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The _____ vein passes anterior to both the left common carotid artery and the brachiocephalic artery.

left brachiocephalic

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The left brachiocephalic vein passes _____ to both the left common carotid artery and the brachiocephalic artery.

anterior

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The left brachiocephalic vein passes anterior to both the _____ artery and the _____ artery.

left common carotid, brachiocephalic

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The _____ artery passes medial (deep) to the neck of the mandible.

maxillary

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The maxillary artery passes _____ to the neck of the mandible.

medial (deep)

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The maxillary artery passes medial (deep) to the _____.

neck of the mandible

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The _____ muscle is positioned medial (deep) to the ramus of the mandible.

medial pterygoid

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The medial pterygoid muscle is positioned _____ to the ramus of the mandible.

medial (deep)

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The medial pterygoid muscle is positioned medial (deep) to the _____ of the mandible.

ramus

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The _____ muscle passes medial (deep) to the zygomatic arch.

temporalis

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The temporalis muscle passes _____ to the zygomatic arch.

medial (deep)

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The temporalis muscle passes medial (deep) to the _____.

zygomatic arch

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The _____ vein is positioned medial and posterior to the ramus of the mandible.

retromandibular

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The retromandibular vein is positioned _____ and _____ to the ramus of the mandible.

medial, posterior

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The retromandibular vein is positioned medial and posterior to the _____ of the mandible.

ramus

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The retromandibular vein is positioned medial and posterior to the ramus of the _____.

mandible

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The _____ nerve passes inferior and then posterior to the inferior oblique muscle before piercing the semispinalis muscle.

greater occipital

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The greater occipital nerve passes _____ and then _____ to the inferior oblique muscle before piercing the semispinalis muscle.

inferior, posterior

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The greater occipital nerve passes inferior and then posterior to the _____ muscle before piercing the semispinalis muscle.

inferior oblique

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The greater occipital nerve passes inferior and then posterior to the inferior oblique muscle before piercing the _____ muscle.

semispinalis

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The _____ vein typically passes directly lateral (superficial) to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

external jugular

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The external jugular vein typically passes directly _____ to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

lateral (superficial)

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The external jugular vein typically passes directly lateral (superficial) to the _____.

sternocleidomastoid muscle

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At the level of the _____, the oculomotor, ophthalmic and trochlear nerves are positioned lateral to the internal carotid artery.

cavernous sinus

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At the level of the cavernous sinus, the _____, ______ and _____ nerves are positioned lateral to the internal carotid artery.

oculomotor, ophthalmic, trochlear

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At the level of the cavernous sinus, the oculomotor, ophthalmic and trochlear nerves are positioned _____ to the internal carotid artery.

lateral

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At the level of the cavernous sinus, the oculomotor, ophthalmic and trochlear nerves are positioned lateral to the _____ artery.

internal carotid

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The _____ nerve is positioned directly superior to the maxillary sinus.

infraorbital

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The infraorbital nerve is positioned directly _____ to the maxillary sinus.

superior

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The infraorbital nerve is positioned directly superior to the _____ sinus.

maxillary

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The _____ are positioned medial to the orbit.

ethmoidal air cells

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The ethmoidal air cells are positioned _____ to the orbit.

medial

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The ethmoidal air cells are positioned medial to the _____.

orbit

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The _____ cartilages are positioned directly superior to the lamina of the cricoid cartilage.

arytenoid

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The arytenoid cartilages are positioned directly _____ to the lamina of the cricoid cartilage.

superior

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The arytenoid cartilages are positioned directly superior to the _____ of the cricoid cartilage.

lamina

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The arytenoid cartilages are positioned directly superior to the lamina of the _____.

cricoid cartilage

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The _____ is positioned posterior to the palatoglossal fold (arch).

tonsilar bed

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The tonsilar bed is positioned _____ to the palatoglossal fold (arch).

posterior

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The tonsilar bed is positioned posterior to the _____.

palatoglossal fold (arch)

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The _____ fold is positioned inferior to the vestibular fold.

vocal

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The vocal fold is positioned _____ to the vestibular fold.

inferior

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The vocal fold is positioned inferior to the _____ fold.

vestibular

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The tendon of the _____ muscles passes inferior to the hamulus of the medial pterygoid plate.

tensor veli palatini

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The tendon of the tensor veli palatini muscles passes _____ to the hamulus of the medial pterygoid plate.

inferior

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The tendon of the tensor veli palatini muscles passes inferior to the _____ of the medial pterygoid plate.

hamulus

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The tendon of the tensor veli palatini muscles passes inferior to the hamulus of the _____.

medial pterygoid plate

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Near their origin, the _____ nerve is positioned directly anterior to the inferior alveolar nerve.

lingual

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Near their origin, the lingual nerve is positioned directly _____ to the inferior alveolar nerve.

anterior

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Near their origin, the lingual nerve is positioned directly anterior to the _____ nerve.

inferior alveolar

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The _____ nerve passes directly medial to the alveolar bone housing the roots of the 3rd molar.

lingual

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The lingual nerve passes directly _____ to the alveolar bone housing the roots of the 3rd molar.

medial

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The lingual nerve passes directly medial to the _____ housing the roots of the 3rd molar.

alveolar bone

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The lingual nerve passes directly medial to the alveolar bone housing the _____.

roots of the 3rd molar

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The _____ nerve passes lateral, inferior and medial to the submandibular duct.

lingual

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The lingual nerve passes _____, _____ and _____ to the submandibular duct.

lateral, inferior, medial

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The lingual nerve passes lateral, inferior and medial to the _____.

submandibular duct

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The _____ and sublingual gland are positioned superior to the mylohyoid muscle.

submandibular duct

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The submandibular duct and _____ are positioned superior to the mylohyoid muscle.

sublingual gland

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The submandibular duct and sublingual gland are positioned _____ to the mylohyoid muscle.

superior

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The submandibular duct and sublingual gland are positioned superior to the _____ muscle.

mylohyoid

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Within the _____, the internal jugular vein is positioned directly lateral to the common carotid artery.

carotid sheath

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Within the carotid sheath, the _____ vein is positioned directly lateral to the common carotid artery.

internal jugular

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Within the carotid sheath, the internal jugular vein is positioned directly _____ to the common carotid artery.

lateral

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Within the carotid sheath, the internal jugular vein is positioned directly lateral to the _____ artery.

common carotid

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The _____ artery is positioned directly anterior to the superior cervical ganglion.

common carotid

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The common carotid artery is positioned directly _____ to the superior cervical ganglion.

anterior

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The common carotid artery is positioned directly anterior to the _____ ganglion.

superior cervical

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The _____ arch is also called the mandibular arch.

first pharyngeal

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The first pharyngeal arch is also called the _____ arch.

mandibular

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A portion of the neural tube is transiently divided into segments termed:

Rhombomeres

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The _____ nerve innervates the orbicularis oris muscle of the face, a derivative of the 2nd pharyngeal arch.

facial

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The facial nerve innervates the _____ muscle of the face, a derivative of the 2nd pharyngeal arch.

orbicularis oris

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The facial nerve innervates the orbicularis oris muscle of the face, a derivative of the _____ pharyngeal arch.

2nd

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Taste buds in the mucosa of the anterior 2/3 rds of the tongue are innervated by the _____.

Facial Nerve

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Taste buds in the mucosa of the ______ of the tongue are innervated by the facial nerve.

anterior 2/3 rds

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Olfactory sensory neurons arise from:

nasal placodes located within the nasal pits

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At 5 weeks gestation, the face is comprised of _____ facial primordial.

5

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True or False: Embryonically, the primary palate gives rise to the hard palate, and the secondary palate gives rise to the soft palate.

False

129

Which branch(es) of the facial nerve is (are) responsible for eye closure?

temporal and zygomatic

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True or False: Cleft lip and palate result when there is a lack of closure of the palatal shelves.

False

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Which nerve is responsible for tongue protrusion?

Hypoglossal

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The lateral cricoarytenoid is derived from the __________.

4th arch

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The stylohyoid is derived from the __________.

2nd arch

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The tensor tympani is derived from the __________.

1st arch

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The mylohyoid is derived from the __________.

1st arch

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The glossopharyngeal nerve innervates structures derived from the __________.

3rd arch

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The vagus nerve innervates structures derived from the __________.

4th arch

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The facial nerve innervates structures derived from the __________.

2nd arch

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The trigeminal nerve innervates structures derived from the __________.

1st arch

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The auditory tube is derived from the __________ pharyngeal pouch.

1st

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The thymus is derived from the __________ pharyngeal pouch.

3rd