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1

The posterior fibers of the temporalis muscle function in retrusion of the _________.

mandible

2

Proximal to the superior orbital fissure the oculomotor and trochlear nerves are positioned in the lateral wall of the ________ sinus.

cavernous

3

The promontory with its associated ___________ is located in the medial wall of the middle ear.

tympanic plexus

3

The ____________ typically drains into the sphenoethmoidal recess of the nasal cavity.

sphenoid sinus

4

The cell bodies of the postganglionic parasympathetic neurons innervating the parotid gland are located in the _______ ganglion.

otic

5

The ___________ reflex tests the parasympathetic motor function of the IIIrd cranial nerve.

pupillary

5

The __________ nerve provides sensory innervation to the molars of the lower jaw.

inferior alveolar

6

Proximal to the superior orbital fissure the oculomotor and trochlear nerves are positioned in the ________ wall of the cavernous sinus.

lateral

7

The facial nerve is closely associated with the posterior wall of the _____________.

middle ear

8

The inferior alveolar nerve provides sensory innervation to the _____ of the lower jaw.

molars

8

The occipital nodes typically receive the direct lymphatic drainage of the skin overlying the ___________ of the trapezius muscle.

superior attatchment

8

The __________ of the temporalis muscle function in retrusion of the mandible.

posterior fibers

9

The cell bodies of the _________________ neurons innervating the parotid gland are located in the otic ganglion.

postganglionic parasympathetic

9

The _________ and the ramus of the mandible form the lateral boundary of the infratemporal fossa.

zygomatic arch

10

The longus colli muscle extends from vertebral body to vertebral body and functions in _________ of the neck.

flexion

11

The muscles of mastication are derived from the first (mandibular) ____________ arch.

pharyngeal (brachial)

12

The posterior fibers of the __________ muscle function in retrusion of the mandible.

temporalis

13

The thyrohyoid (geniohyoid) muscle functions to _______ the hyoid and larynx and is innervated by a branch of ventral ramus C1.

elevate

13

The medial and lateral pterygoid muscles function during the _____________ motion of the mandible.

side-to-side grinding

15

The posterior cricoarytenoid muscle is the only _____________ (movement) of the vocal folds.

abductor

15

The temporalis masseter and medial pterygoid muscles all function to elevate (movement) the ____________.

mandible

16

The _____________________ function during the side-to-side grinding motion of the mandible.

medial and lateral pterygoid muscles

16

The temporalis masseter and _______________ muscles all function to elevate (movement) the mandible.

medial pterygoid

17

Proximal to the superior orbital fissure the __________ and __________ nerves are positioned in the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus.

oculomotor trochlear

18

The pupillary reflex tests the _______________ function of the IIIrd cranial nerve.

parasympathetic motor

19

The ____________ aspect of the nasal septum typically receives its blood supply from branches of the sphenopalatine greater palatine anterior ethmoidal and facial arteries.

anterior inferior

19

The mylohyoid muscle forms the floor of the _________ cavity.

oral

19

The tectorial membrane is continuous with the ___________ ligament of the vertebral column.

posterior longitudinal

19

The __________ nodes typically receive the direct lymphatic drainage of the skin overlying the superior attachment of the trapezius muscle.

occipital

19

The medial and lateral pterygoid muscles function during the side-to-side grinding motion of the __________.

mandible

21

The __________ muscle extends from vertebral body to vertebral body and functions in flexion of the neck.

longus colli

22

The longus colli muscle extends from ___________ to _________ and functions in flexion of the neck.

vertebral body vertebral body

24

The anterior inferior aspect of the __________ typically receives its blood supply from branches of the sphenopalatine greater palatine anterior ethmoidal and facial arteries.

nasal septum

25

The _____________ with its associated tympanic plexus is located in the medial wall of the middle ear.

promontory

26

The __________ and __________ communicate through the auditory tube.

nasal pharynx middle ear

28

The stapedius muscle attaches in part to the stapes (ossicle) and is innervated by a branch of the _________ nerve.

facial

29

The nasal pharynx and middle ear communicate through the __________.

auditory tube

30

The occipital nodes typically receive the direct lymphatic drainage of the skin overlying the superior attachment of the _________ muscle.

trapezius

32

The ______________ are derived from the first (mandibular) pharyngeal (branchial) arch.

muscles of mastication

33

The anterior inferior aspect of the nasal septum typically receives its blood supply from branches of the sphenopalatine ______________ anterior ethmoidal and facial arteries.

greater palatine

34

The longus colli muscle extends from vertebral body to vertebral body and functions in flexion of the ________.

neck

35

The anterior inferior aspect of the nasal septum typically receives its blood supply from branches of the ___________ greater palatine anterior ethmoidal and facial arteries.

sphenopalatine

36

The muscles of mastication are derived from the _________ pharyngeal (branchial) arch.

first (mandibular)

37

The thyrohyoid (geniohyoid) muscle functions to elevate the hyoid and larynx and is innervated by a branch of ____________.

ventral ramus C1

39

The ________ muscle forms the floor of the oral cavity.

mylohyoid

40

The temporalis ___________ and medial pterygoid muscles all function to elevate (movement) the mandible.

masseter

41

The upper compartment of the TMJ is classified (synovial) as a gliding (plane) joint where as the lower compartment is a ______ joint.

hinge

42

The zygomatic arch and the ramus of the mandible form the ______ boundary of the infratemporal fossa.

lateral

43

The sphenoid sinus typically drains into the _________ of the nasal cavity.

sphenoethmoidal recess

45

The upper compartment of the TMJ is classified (synovial) as a ______________ joint where as the lower compartment is a hinge joint.

gliding (plane)

46

The _______ nerve is closely associated with the posterior wall of the middle ear.

facial

47

******The stapedius muscle attaches in part to the _________ (ossicle) and is innervated by a branch of the facial nerve.

stapes

49

The inferior alveolar nerve provides ________ innervation to the molars of the lower jaw.

sensory

50

The _____________ muscle is the only abductor (movement) of the vocal folds.

posterior cricoarytenoid

51

The temporalis masseter and medial pterygoid muscles all function to _____________ (movement) the mandible.

elevate

52

The anterior inferior aspect of the nasal septum typically receives its blood supply from branches of the sphenopalatine greater palatine anterior ethmoidal and _________ arteries.

facial

54

The cell bodies of the postganglionic parasympathetic neurons innervating the ________ gland are located in the otic ganglion.

parotid

55

Proximal to the ________________ the oculomotor and trochlear nerves are positioned in the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus.

superior orbital fissure

56

The ___________ nerve innervates all the muscles of the palate except for the tensor palatini.

vagus

57

The vagus nerve innervates all the muscles of the ________ except for the tensor palatini.

palate

58

The ___________ masseter and medial pterygoid muscles all function to elevate (movement) the mandible.

temporalis

59

The posterior fibers of the temporalis muscle function in _______ of the mandible.

retrusion

61

The ___________ muscle functions to elevate the hyoid and larynx and is innervated by a branch of ventral ramus C1.

thyrohyoid (geniohyoid)

63

The sphenoid sinus typically drains into the sphenoethmoidal recess of the ___________.

nasal cavity

64

The pupillary reflex tests the parasympathetic motor function of the _______ cranial nerve.

IIIrd

65

The vagus nerve innervates all the muscles of the palate except for the _____________.

tensor palatini

66

The ___________ muscle attaches in part to the stapes (ossicle) and is innervated by a branch of the facial nerve.

stapedius

67

The tectorial membrane is continuous with the posterior longitudinal ligament of the _______________.

vertebral column

68

The _________ lip drains directly into the submental lymph nodes.

central lower

70

The posterior cricoarytenoid muscle is the only abductor (movement) of the __________.

vocal folds

71

The promontory with its associated tympanic plexus is located in the _______ wall of the ___________.

medial middle ear

72

The central lower lip drains directly into the _________ lymph nodes.

submental

73

The zygomatic arch and the ____________ form the lateral boundary of the infratemporal fossa.

ramus of the mandible

74

The _____________ is continuous with the posterior longitudinal ligament of the vertebral column.

tectorial membrane

75

The facial nerve is closely associated with the __________ wall of the middle ear.

posterior

76

The anterior inferior aspect of the nasal septum typically receives its blood supply from branches of the sphenopalatine greater palatine ______________ and facial arteries.

anterior ethmoidal

77

The zygomatic arch and the ramus of the mandible form the lateral boundary of the _____________.

infratemporal fossa