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1

What two bones makeup the hard palate?

-Maxilla
-Palatine

2

What are the five muscles that deal with the palate?

-Levator veli palatini
-Musculus uvulae
-Palatopharyngeus
-Tensor veli palatini
-Palatoglossus

3

What is the function of the palatoglossus?

-Narrows space and channels food

4

What palate muscle is not innervated by CN X?

-Tensor veli palatini

5

What innervates Tensor veli palatini?

-Pterygoid branch of V3

6

What arteries serve the palate?

-Sphenopalatine
-Greater palatine
-Lesser palatine
-Ascending palatine
-Ascending pharyngeal

7

What two arteries serve the soft palate?

-Ascending palatine
-Ascending pharyngeal

8

What eight nerves do sensory innervation of the palatal mucosa, upper lip, cheeks, and gingiva?

-MSA
-PSA
-ASA
-Superior labial
-Long buccal
-Greater palatine
-Lesser palatine
-Nasopalatine

9

Where do you find the sublingual gland?

-Beneath tongue and superior to mylohyoid

10

Where do the ducts of the sublingual gland drain?

-Into the floor of mouth via sublingual caruncle

11

What percentage of saliva is the sublingual gland responsible for?

-5%

12

What innervates the sublingual gland?

Chorda tympani VII

13

What is the vascular supply of the sublingual gland?

-Sublingual artery branch of lingual artery

14

T/F
You have 1000s of minor salivary glands throughout lips ,buccal mucosa, and oral cavity

True

15

Where do you find the submandibular gland?

-Below massester

16

What is the name of the submandibular duct?

-Warhtins duct

17

Where does the submandibular duct drain?

-Floor of mouth via sublingual caruncle

18

What innervates the submandibular gland?

Chorda tympani

19

What is the vascular supply to the submandibular gland?

-Facial artery

20

What percentage of saliva is the submandibular gland responsible for producing?

-70%

21

Where do you find the parotid gland?

-Anterior and inferior to the ear

22

What is the name of the parotid duct?

-Stensens duct

23

Where does the parotid duct drain?

-Rear/upper area

24

What is the innervation of the parotid duct?

-CN IX via lesser petrosal via auricotemporal nerve

25

What percentage of saliva is the parotid gland responsible for?

-20%

26

What gland is mainly responsible for the breakdown of starch?

-Parotid

27

What is the vascular supply of the parotid gland?

-Transverse facial branches of superficial temporal

28

If the parotid gland gets a nerve block what do you see?

-Temporary bells palsy

29

T/F
Stones can occur in the glands causing pain and swelling

True

30

Are bacterial infections found on one side or both sides typically?

one side

31

Are viral infections found on one side or both sides typically?

Both sides

32

What is an example of Sjogren's syndrome?

-Autoimmune with dry mouth and eyes