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The _______ passes lateral (superficial) and anterior to the masseter muscle.

parotid duct

2

The parotid duct passes lateral (superficial) and anterior to the _______ muscle.

masseter

3

The parotid duct passes lateral (superficial) and _______ to the masseter muscle.

anterior

4

The parotid duct passes ______ and anterior to the masseter muscle.

lateral (superficial)

5

The _______ is positioned posterior and lateral (superficial) to the masseter muscle.

parotid gland

6

The parotid gland is positioned _______ and _______ to the masseter muscle.

posterior; lateral (superficial)

7

The parotid gland is positioned posterior and lateral (superficial) to the _______ muscle.

masseter

8

The branches of the _______ nerve pass lateral (superficial) to the masseter muscle.

facial

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The branches of the facial nerve pass lateral (superficial) to the _______ muscle.

masseter

10

The branches of the facial nerve pass _______ to the masseter muscle.

lateral (superficial)

11

The _______ artery passes lateral (superficial) to the mandible (body).

facial

12

The facial artery passes lateral (superficial) to the_______.

madible (body)

13

The facial artery passes_______ to the mandible (body).

lateral (superficial)

14

On the face, the facial vein is positioned _______ to the facial artery

anterior

15

On the face, the facial _______ is positioned anterior to the facial _______.

artery; vein

16

On the face, the facial _______ is positioned posterior to the facial _______.

vein; artery

17

On the face, the facial artery is positioned _______ to the facial vein.

anterior

18

The _______ muscle is positioned superficial to both the omohyoid muscle and the carotid sheath.

sternocleidomastoid

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The sternocleidomastoid muscle is positioned _______ to both the omohyoid muscle and the carotid sheath.

superficial

20

The sternocleidomastoid muscle is positioned superficial to both the _______ muscle and the _______.

omohyoid; carotid sheath

21

The _______ vein passes lateral (superficial) to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

external jugular

22

The external jugular vein passes _______ to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

lateral (superficial)

23

The external jugular vein passes lateral (superficial) to the _______ muscle.

sternocleidomastoid

24

The _______ and _______ nerves pass posterior and lateral (superficial) to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

great auricular; transverse cervical

25

The great auricular and transverse cervical nerves pass _______ and _______ to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

posterior; lateral (superficial)

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The great auricular and transverse cervical nerves pass posterior and lateral (superficial) to the _______ muscle.

sternocleidomastoid

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The lesser occipital nerve passes posterior to the _______ muscle.

sternocleidomastoid

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The lesser occipital nerve passes _______ to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

posterior

29

The _______ nerve passes posterior to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

lesser occipital

30

The accessory nerve passes medial (deep) and then posterior to the _______ muscle.

sternocleidomastoid

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The accessory nerve passes _______ and then _______ to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

medial (deep); posterior

32

The _______ nerve passes medial (deep) and then posterior to the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

accessory

33

The _______ is positioned superior to the thyroid cartilage.

hyoid bone

34

The hyoid bone is positioned _______ to the thyroid cartilage.

superior

35

The hyoid bone is positioned superior to the _______.

thyroid cartilage

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The _______ muscle is positioned anterior-lateral to the sternothyroid muscle and passes superficial to the carotid sheath.

omohyoid

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The omohyoid muscle is positioned _______ to the sternothyroid muscle.

anterior-lateral

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The omohyoid muscle passes superficial to the _______.

carotid sheath

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The omohyoid muscle is positioned anterior-lateral to the _______ muscle.

sternothyroid

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The omohyoid muscle passes _______ to the carotid sheath.

superficial

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At the level of the thyroid cartilage, the _______ muscle is positioned deep and lateral to the sternohyoid muscle.

sternothyroid

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At the level of the thyroid cartilage, the sternothyroid muscle is positioned _______ and _______ to the sternohyoid muscle.

deep; lateral

43

At the level of the thyroid cartilage, the sternothyroid muscle is positioned deep and lateral to the _______ muscle.

sternohyoid

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At the level of the thyroid cartilage, the sternohyoid muscle is positioned _______ and _______ to the sternothyroid muscle.

superficial; medial

45

The _______ gland is positioned posterior and inferior to the mylohyoid muscle.

submandibular

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The submandibular gland is positioned _______ and ______ to the mylohyoid muscle.

posterior; inferior

47

The submandibular gland is positioned posterior and inferior to the _______ muscle.

mylohyoid

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The _______ muscle is positioned superficial (inferior-lateral) to the mylohyoid muscle.

digastric (anterior belly)

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The digastric muscle (anterior belly) is positioned _______ to the mylohyoid muscle.

superficial (inferior-lateral)

50

The digastric muscle (anterior belly) is positioned superficial (inferior-lateral) to the _______ muscle.

mylohyoid

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The _______ cartilage is positioned superior to the cricoid cartilage.

thyroid

52

The thyroid cartilage is positioned superior to the _______ cartilage.

cricoid

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The thyroid cartilage is positioned _______ to the cricoid cartilage.

superior

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The _______ cartilage is positioned inferior to the _______ cartilage.

cricoid; thyroid

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The _______ gland is positioned directly anterior to the trachea.

thyroid gland (isthmus)

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The thyroid gland (isthmus) is positioned directly _______ to the trachea.

anterior

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The thyroid gland (isthmus) is positioned directly anterior to the _______.

trachea

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The _______ gland is positioned directly lateral to the trachea.

thyroid gland (lobes)

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The thyroid gland (lobes) is positioned directly lateral to the _______.

trachea

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The thyroid gland (lobes) is positioned directly _______ to the trachea.

lateral

61

The ansa cervicalis (inferior root) is positioned lateral (superficial) to the _______ vein.

internal jugular

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The ansa cervicalis (inferior root) is positioned _______ to the internal jugular vein.

lateral (superficial)

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The _______ is positioned lateral (superficial) to the internal jugular vein.

ansa cervicalis (inferior root)

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The ansa cervicalis (superior root) is positioned ______ to the internal jugular vein.

anterior

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The ansa cervicalis (superior root) is positioned anterior to the _______ vein.

internal jugular

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The _______ nerve is positioned posterior-medial to the internal jugular vein and posterior-lateral to the common carotid artery.

vagus

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The vagus nerve is positioned _______ to the internal jugular vein.

posterior-medial

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The vagus nerve is positioned posterior-medial to the _______ vein.

internal jugular

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The vagus nerve is positioned _______ to the common carotid artery.

posterior-lateral

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The vagus nerve is positioned posterior-lateral to the _______ artery.

common carotid

71

The _______ vein is positioned lateral to the carotid artery.

internal jugular

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The internal jugular vein is positioned _______ to the carotid artery.

lateral

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The internal jugular vein is positioned lateral to the _______ artery.

carotid

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The external carotid artery is positioned _______ to the internal carotid artery.

anterior

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The external carotid artery is positioned anterior to the _______ artery.

internal carotid

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The _______ artery is positioned anterior to the internal carotid artery.

external carotid

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The _______ carotid artery is positioned posterior to the _______ carotid artery.

internal; external

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The _______ artery passes medial (deep) to the stylohyoid muscle and the intermediate tendon of the digastric muscle.

facial

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The facial artery passes _______ to the stylohyoid muscle.

medial (deep)

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The facial artery passes medial (deep) to the _______ and _______ muscles.

stylohyoid; digastric (intermediate tendon)

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The facial artery passes _______ intermediate tendon of the digastric muscle.

medial (deep)

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The _______ nerve passes medial (deep) to the stylohyoid muscle and the intermediate tendon of the digastric muscle and lateral (superficial) to the hyoglossus muscle.

hypoglossal

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The hypoglossal nerve passes _______ to the stylohyoid muscle and the intermediate tendon of the digastric muscle.

medial (deep)

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The hypoglossal nerve passes medial (deep) to the _______ and _______ muscles.

stylohyoid; digastric (intermediate tendon)

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The hypoglossal nerve passes _______ to the hyoglossus muscle.

lateral (superficial)

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The hypoglossal nerve passes lateral (superficial) to the _______ muscle.

hyoglossus

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During its posterior course, the _______ artery first passes medial (deep) and then lateral (superficial) to the hypoglossal nerve.

occipital

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During its posterior course, the occipital artery first passes _______ and then _______ to the hypoglossal nerve.

medial (deep); lateral (superficial)

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During its posterior course, the occipital artery first passes medial (deep) and then lateral (superficial) to the ______ nerve.

hypoglossal

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The subclavian artery passes directly posterior to the _______ muscle.

anterior scalene

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

posterior

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The _______ artery passes directly posterior to the anterior scalene muscle.

subclavian

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The _______ nerve and _______ vein pass directly anterior to the anterior scalene muscle.

phrenic; subclavian

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The phrenic nerve and subclavian vein pass directly _______ to the anterior scalene muscle.

anterior

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The phrenic nerve and subclavian vein pass directly anterior to the _______ muscle.

anterior scalene

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The _______ and _______ arteries typically pass directly anterior to the anterior scalene muscle.

suprascapular; transverse cervical

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The suprascapular and transverse cervical arteries typically pass directly _______ to the anterior scalene muscle.

anterior

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The suprascapular and transverse cervical arteries typically pass directly anterior to the _______ muscle.

anterior scalene

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The _______ are positioned directly anterior to the middle scalene and directly posterior to the anterior scalene muscles.

brachial plexus (roots)

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The brachial plexus (roots) are positioned directly _______ to the middle scalene muscle.

anterior

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The brachial plexus (roots) are positioned directly anterior to the _______ muscle.

middle scalene

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The brachial plexus (roots) are positioned directly _______ to the anterior scalene muscle.

posterior

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The brachial plexus (roots) are positioned directly posterior to the _______ muscle.

anterior scalene

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The _______ vein passes anterior to both the left common carotid and brachiocephalic arteries.

left brachiocephalic

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The left brachiocephalic vein passes anterior to both the _______ and _______ arteries.

left common carotid; brachiocephalic

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The left brachiocephalic vein passes _______ to both the left common carotid and brachiocephalic arteries.

anterior

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The left phrenic nerve passes posterior to the _______ vein.

left brachiocephalic

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The left phrenic nerve passes _______ to the left brachiocephalic vein.

posterior

109

The _______ nerve passes posterior to the left brachiocephalic vein.

left phrenic

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The _______ artery passes deep (posterior-medial) to the common carotid artery.

inferior thyroid

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The inferior thyroid artery passes deep (posterior-medial) to the _______ artery.

common carotid

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

deep (posterior-medial)

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The_______ artery is positioned directly anterior to the anterior scalene muscle.

ascending cervical

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The ascending cervical artery is positioned directly _______ to the anterior scalene muscle.

anterior

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The ascending cervical artery is positioned directly anterior to the _______ muscle.

anterior scalene

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The thoracic duct passes posterior to the _______ vein.

left brachiocephalic

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The thoracic duct passes _______ to the left brachiocephalic vein.

posterior

118

The trachea is positioned directly anterior to the _______.

esophagus

119

The trachea is positioned directly _______ to the esophagus.

anterior

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The _______ is positioned directly anterior to the esophagus.

trachea

121

The recurrent laryngeal nerve is positioned _______ to the trachea.

lateral

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The _______ nerve is positioned lateral to the trachea.

recurrent laryngeal

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The right recurrent laryngeal nerve passes inferior and posterior to the _______ artery.

right subclavian

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The right recurrent laryngeal nerve passes _______ and _______ to the right subclavian artery.

inferior; posterior

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The _______ nerve passes inferior and posterior to the right subclavian artery.

right recurrent laryngeal

126

The _______ nerves pass directly anterior to the subclavian arteries.

vagus

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The vagus nerves pass directly _______ to the subclavian arteries.

anterior

128

The vagus nerves pass directly anterior to the _______ arteries.

subclavian

129

The _______ muscle is positioned superficial to the semispinalis capitis muscle.

splenius capitis

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The splenius capitis muscle is positioned _______ to the semispinalis capitis muscle.

superficial

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The splenius capitis muscle is positioned superficial to the _______ muscle.

semispinalis capitis

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The _______ muscle is positioned superficial to the longissimus capitis muscle.

splenius cervicis

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The splenius cervicis muscle is positioned _______ to the longissimus capitis muscle.

superficial

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The splenius cervicis muscle is positioned superficial to the _______ muscle.

longissimus capitis

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The ______ nerve passes inferior and posterior to the inferior oblique muscle.

greater occipital

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The greater occipital nerve passes _______ and _______ to the inferior oblique muscle.

inferior and posterior

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The greater occipital nerve passes inferior and posterior to the _______ muscle.

inferior oblique

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The _______ muscle is positioned lateral (superficial) to the mandible (ramus) and inferior to the zygomatic arch.

masseter

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The masseter muscle is positioned _______ to the mandible (ramus)

lateral (superficial)

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The masseter muscle is positioned _______ to the zygomatic arch.

inferior

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The temporalis muscle passes _______ to the zygomatic arch.

medial (deep)

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

temporalis

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The _______ muscle is positioned superior to the medial pterygoid muscle and anterior to the head and neck of the mandible.

lateral pterygoid

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The lateral pterygoid muscle is positioned _______ to the medial pterygoid muscle.

superior

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The lateral pterygoid muscle is positioned _______ to the head and neck of the mandible.

anterior

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The _______ nerve passes medial to the mandible and lateral to the medial pterygoid muscle and is positioned anterior to the inferior alveolar nerve.

lingual

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The lingual nerve passes _______ to the mandible.

medial

148

The lingual nerve passes medial to the _______.

mandible

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The lingual nerve passes _______ to the medial pterygoid muscle.

lateral

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The lingual nerve passes lateral to the _______ muscle.

medial pterygoid

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The lingual nerve is positioned _______ to the inferior alveolar nerve.

anterior

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The lingual nerve is positioned anterior to the _______ nerve.

inferior alveolar

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

medial pterygoid

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The medial pterygoid muscle is positioned _______ to the mandible (ramus).

medial (deep)

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The medial pterygoid muscle is positioned medial (deep) to the _______.

mandible (ramus)

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The _______ artery passes medial to the mandible (neck) and lateral to the sphenomandiblar ligament. It typically passes lateral to the lateral pterygoid muscle.

maxillary

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The maxillary artery passes _______ to the mandible (neck).

medial

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The maxillary artery passes medial to the _______.

mandible (neck)

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The maxillary artery passes _______ to the sphenomandiblar ligament.

lateral

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The maxillary artery passes lateral to the _______.

sphenomandiblar ligament

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The maxillary artery typically passes _______ to the lateral pterygoid muscle.

lateral

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The maxillary artery typically passes lateral to the _______ muscle.

lateral pterygoid

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The _______ vein is positioned posterior to the mandible (ramus).

retromandibular

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The retromandibular vein is positioned _______ to the mandible (ramus).

posterior

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The retromandibular vein is positioned posterior to the _______.

mandible (ramus)

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The _______ nerve passes medial to the cerebral peduncle of the midbrain.

oculomotor

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The oculomotor nerve passes _______ to the cerebral peduncle of the midbrain.

medial

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The oculomotor nerve passes medial to the _______ of the midbrain.

cerebral peduncle

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The _______ nerves pass directly lateral to the medullary olive.

glossopharyngeal and vagus

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The glossopharyngeal nerve passes directly _______ to the medullary olive.

lateral

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The _______ nerve passes directly lateral to the medullary pyramid.

hypoglossal

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The hypoglossal nerve passes directly _______ to the medullary pyramid.

lateral

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The vagus nerve passes directly _______ to the medullary olive.

lateral

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The basilar artery is positioned ventral to the _______.

pons

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The basilar artery is positioned _______ to the pons.

ventral

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The _______ artery is positioned ventral to the pons.

basilar

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The _______ artery is positioned lateral to the pituitary gland.

internal carotid

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The internal carotid artery is positioned _______ to the pituitary gland.

lateral

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The internal carotid artery is positioned lateral to the _______ gland.

pituitary

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The _______ nerve passes directly lateral to the internal carotid artery.

abducens

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The abducens nerve passes directly lateral to the _______ artery.

internal carotid

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The abducens nerve passes directly _______ to the internal carotid artery.

lateral

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The oculomotor, ophthalmic, and trochlear nerves all pass _______ to the internal carotid artery.

lateral

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The _______ (3) nerves all pass lateral to the internal carotid artery.

oculomotor, ophthalmic, and trochlear

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The oculomotor, ophthalmic, and trochlear nerves all pass lateral to the _______ artery.

internal carotid

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The _______ (tendon) muscle passes inferior to the superior rectus muscle.

superior oblique

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The superior oblique (tendon) muscle passes _______ to the superior rectus muscle.

inferior

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The superior oblique (tendon) muscle passes inferior to the ______ muscle.

superior rectus

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The _______ muscle is positioned superior to the medial rectus muscle.

superior oblique

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The superior oblique muscle is positioned _______ to the medial rectus muscle.

superior

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The superior oblique muscle is positioned superior to the _______ muscle.

medial rectus

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The nasociliary nerve passes directly superior to the _______ nerve.

optic

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The nasociliary nerve passes directly _______ to the optic nerve.

superior

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The _______ nerve passes directly superior to the optic nerve.

nasociliary

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The _______ nerve (anterior ethmoidal and infratrochlear branches) passes directly superior to the medial rectus muscle and directly inferior to the superior oblique muscle.

nasociliary

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The nasociliary nerve (anterior ethmoidal and infratrochlear branches) passes directly _______ to the medial rectus muscle and directly _______ to the superior oblique muscle.

superior; inferior

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The nasociliary nerve (anterior ethmoidal and infratrochlear branches) passes directly superior to the _______ muscle and directly inferior to the _______ muscle.

medial rectus; superior oblique

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The ophthalmic artery passes _______ (3) to the optic nerve.

inferior, lateral, and superior

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The ophthalmic artery passes inferior, lateral and superior to the _______ nerve.

optic

200

The _______ artery passes inferior, lateral and superior to the optic nerve.

ophthalmic

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The _______ muscle passes inferior to the inferior rectus muscle.

inferior oblique

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The inferior oblique muscle passes _______ to the inferior rectus muscle.

inferior

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The inferior oblique muscle passes inferior to the _______ muscle.

inferior rectus

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The _______ are positioned directly medial to the orbit.

ethmoidal air cells

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The ethmoidal air cells are positioned directly _______ to the orbit.

medial

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The _______ is positioned inferior to the orbit, superior to the upper teeth, and lateral to the nasal cavity (inferior meatus).

maxillary sinus

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The maxillary sinus is positioned _______ to the orbit.

inferior

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The maxillary sinus is positioned _______ to the upper teeth.

superior

209

The maxillary sinus is positioned _______ to the nasal cavity (inferior meatus).

lateral

210

The infraorbital artery and nerve pass directly _______ to the maxillary sinus.

superior

211

The _______ artery and nerve pass directly superior to the maxillary sinus.

infraorbital

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The _______ is positioned anterior to the palatopharyngeal arch and posterior to the palatoglossal arch.

tonsilar bed

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The tonsilar bed is positioned _______ to the palatopharyngeal arch.

anterior

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The tonsilar bed is positioned _______ to the palatoglossal arch.

posterior

215

The _______ muscle is positioned anterior-lateral to the levator veli palatini muscle.

tensor veli palatini

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The tensor veli palatini muscle is positioned _______ to the levator veli palatini muscle.

anterior-lateral

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The tensor veli palatini muscle is positioned anterior-lateral to the _______ muscle.

levator veli palatini

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The levator veli palatini muscle is positioned _______ to the tensor veli palatini muscle.

posterior-medial

219

The levator veli palatini muscle is positioned posterior-medial to the _______ muscle.

tensor veli palatini

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The _______ muscle (tendon) passes inferior to the sphenoid bone (hamulus of the medial pterygoid plate).

tensor veli palatini

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The tensor veli palatini muscle (tendon) passes _______ to the sphenoid bone (hamulus of the medial pterygoid plate).

inferior

222

The _______ is positioned directly anterior to the tonsilar bed.

palatoglossal fold (muscle)

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The palatoglossal fold (muscle) is positioned directly _______ to the tonsilar bed.

anterior

224

The _______ is positioned directly posterior to the tonsilar fold.

palatopharyngeal fold (muscle)

225

The palatopharyngeal fold (muscle) is positioned directly _______ to the tonsilar fold.

posterior

226

The _______ artery is positioned inferior to the submandibular duct.

sublingual

227

The sublingual artery is positioned _______ to the submandibular duct.

inferior

228

The sublingual artery is positioned inferior to the _______ duct.

submandibular

229

The _______ gland is positioned superior to the mylohyoid muscle and lateral to the genioglossus muscle.

sublingual

230

The sublingual gland is positioned _______ to the mylohyoid muscle.

superior

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The sublingual gland is positioned superior to the _______ muscle.

mylohyoid

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The sublingual gland is positioned _______ to the genioglossus muscle.

lateral

233

The sublingual gland is positioned lateral to the _______ muscle.

genioglossus

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The _______ nerve passes medial to the mandible and lateral to the medial pterygoid and styloglossus muscles.

lingual

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The lingual nerve passes _______ to the mandible.

medial

236

The lingual nerve passes _______ to the medial pterygoid and styloglossus muscles.

lateral

237

The lingual nerve passes lateral to the _______ and ________ muscles.

medial pterygoid and styloglossus

238

The _______ nerve passes inferior to the superior constrictor and pterygomandibular raphe.

lingual

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The lingual nerve passes inferior to the _______ muscle and pterygomandibular raphe.

superior constrictor

240

The lingual nerve passes _______ to the superior constrictor and pterygomandibular raphe.

inferior

241

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

lingual

242

The lingual nerve passes _______ (3) to the submandibular duct.

lateral, inferior and medial

243

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

submandibular

244

The mylohyoid muscle is positioned inferior to the _______ muscle.

geniohyoid

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The mylohyoid muscle is positioned _______ to the geniohyoid muscle.

inferior

246

The _______ muscle is positioned inferior to the geniohyoid muscle.

mylohyoid

247

The genioglossus muscle is positioned superior to the _______ muscle.

geniohyoid

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The genioglossus muscle is positioned _______ to the geniohyoid muscle.

superior

249

The _______ muscle is positioned superior to the geniohyoid muscle.

genioglossus

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The hyoglossus muscle is positioned superior to the _______ bone.

hyoid

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The hyoglossus muscle is positioned _______ to the hyoid bone.

superior

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The _______ muscle is positioned superior to the hyoid bone.

hyoglossus

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The _______ nerve passes deep (superior-medial) to the mylohyoid muscle and lateral to the hyoglossus muscle.

hypoglossal

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The hypoglossal nerve passes _______ to the mylohyoid muscle.

deep (superior-medial)

255

The hypoglossal nerve passes deep (superior-medial) to the _______ muscle.

mylohyoid

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The hypoglossal nerve passes _______ to the hyoglossus muscle.

lateral

257

The hypoglossal nerve passes lateral to the _______ muscle.

hyoglossus

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The _______ artery passes medial (deep) to the hyoglossus muscle.

lingual

259

The lingual artery passes _______ to the hyoglossus muscle.

medial (deep)

260

The lingual artery passes medial (deep) to the _______ muscle.

hyoglossus

261

The vallecula is positioned directly _______ to the tongue (root).

posterior

262

The vallecula is positioned directly _______ to the epiglottis.

anterior

263

The _______ is positioned directly anterior to the epiglottis and posterior to the tongue (root).

vallecula

264

The _______ is positioned posterior to the tongue (root).

epiglottis

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The epiglottis is positioned _______ to the tongue (root).

posterior

266

The epiglottis is positioned posterior to the _______.

tongue (root)

267

The _______ is positioned lateral to the laryngeal inlet.

piriform recess

268

The piriform recess is positioned _______ to the laryngeal inlet.

lateral

269

The piriform recess is positioned lateral to the _______.

laryngeal inlet

270

The _______ ligament is positioned anterior to the arytenoid cartilage.

vocal

271

The vocal ligament is positioned _______ to the arytenoid cartilage.

anterior

272

The vocal ligament is positioned anterior to the _______ cartilage.

arytenoid

273

The vocal fold is positioned _______ to the vestibular fold.

inferior

274

The _______ fold is positioned inferior to the _______ fold.

vocal; vestibular

275

The thyroid cartilage is positioned superior to the _______ cartilage.

cricoid

276

The thyroid cartilage is positioned _______ to the cricoid cartilage.

superior

277

The _______ cartilage is positioned superior to the cricoid cartilage.

thyroid

278

The _______ cartilage is positioned superior to the cricoid (lamina) cartilage.

arytenoid

279

The arytenoid cartilage is positioned _______ to the cricoid (lamina) cartilage.

superior

280

The arytenoid cartilage is positioned superior to the _______ cartilage.

cricoid (lamina)

281

The _______ is positioned directly anterior to the prevertebral muscles and directly posterior to the carotid sheath.

sympathetic trunk

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The sympathetic trunk is positioned directly _______ to the prevertebral muscles.

anterior

283

The sympathetic trunk is positioned directly anterior to the _______ muscles.

prevertebral

284

The sympathetic trunk is positioned directly _______ to the carotid sheath.

posterior

285

The sympathetic trunk is positioned directly posterior to the _______.

carotid sheath

286

The _______ nerve passes lateral to the internal and external carotid arteries, and medial to the internal jugular vein.

hypoglossal

287

The hypoglossal nerve passes _______ to the internal and external carotid arteries.

lateral

288

The hypoglossal nerve passes lateral to the _______ arteries.

internal and external carotid

289

The hypoglossal nerve passes _______ to the internal jugular vein.

medial

290

The hypoglossal nerve passes medial to the _______ vein.

internal jugular

291

The _______ nerve passes medial to the internal and external carotid arteries.

superior laryngeal

292

The superior laryngeal nerve passes _______ to the internal and external carotid arteries.

medial

293

The superior laryngeal nerve passes medial to the _______ arteries.

internal and external carotid

294

The _______ passes between the internal and external carotid arteries.

glossopharyngeal nerve (and pharyngeal branch of the vagus nerve)

295

The glossopharyngeal nerve (and pharyngeal branch of the vagus nerve) passes between the _______ arteries.

internal and external carotid