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What forms the embryonic head and neck?

The pharyngeal arches

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What drives the development of the face?

The nose

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What are pharyngeal arches?

System mesenchymal proliferations in the neck region of the embryo
Have a mesenchyme core, ectoderm covering (pharyngeal arch), endoderm inner side (pharyngeal cleft)

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How many pharyngeal arches are there?

5
1 --> 6, but 5 regresses in humans

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What is the largest pharyngeal arch?

1st

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What is the smallest pharyngeal arch?

6th

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Which section of the neural tube forms the brain?

The anterior end

8

What are 3 stages of neural tube making the brain?

Prosencephalon --> Forebrain
Mesencephalon --> Midbrain
Rhambencephalon --> Hindbrain

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How many cranial nerves develop?

12

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Which cranial nerves are derived from the mid/hind brain?

All except for nerve I & II

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Which cranial nerves supply the pharyngeal arches and the derivatives of them?

V, VII, IX, X

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What nerve does CN XI become?

Cranial accessory nerve

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What nerve does CN XII become?

Hypoglossal nerve

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What is the facial skeleton derived from?

Frontonasal prominence and 1st pharyngeal arch

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What are the muscles of mastication derived from?

Pharyngeal arch I

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What are the muscles of facial expression derived from?

Pharyngeal arch II

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What does the 3rd pharyngeal arch become?

Stylopharyngeus muscle

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What does the 4th pharyngeal arch become?

Cricothyroid
Levator palantini
Pharynx constrictors

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What does the 6th pharyngeal arch become?

Intrinsic muscles of the larynx

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What is the nerve of the first pharyngeal arch?

CN V

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What does CN V become?

Trigeminal nerve

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What is the function of the Trigeminal nerve?

Sensory nerve of the head, skin of the face and lining of the mouth & nose
Motor nerve of the muscles of mastication and muscles derived from the mandibular process

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What is the nerve of the 2nd pharyngeal arch?

CN VII

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What does CN VII become?

Facial nerve

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What is the function of the Facial nerve?

Sensory of taste buds in the anterior 2/3rd of tongue
Motor of muscles facial expression and those derived from 2nd pharyngeal arch

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What does the Facial nerve pass through?

Stylomastoid foramen
Parotid gland

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What is the nerve of the 3rd pharyngeal arch?

CN IX

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What does CN IX become?

Glossopharyngeal nerve

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What is the function of the Glossopharyngeal nerve?

Innervates stylopharyngeus muscle
General & specific sensory innervation to posterior 1/3 of tongue

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What is the nerve of the 4th & 6th pharyngeal arch?

CN X

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What does CN X become?

Vagus nerve

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What is the branch of the Vagus nerve for the 4th pharyngeal arch?

Superior laryngeal nerve

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What is the function of the Superior laryngeal nerve?

Innervates the Cricothyroid which constricts the pharynx

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What is the branch of the Vagus nerve for the 6th pharyngeal arch?

Recurrent laryngeal nerve

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What is the function of the Recurrent laryngeal nerve?

Intrinsic muscles of the larynx

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What is unique about the Recurrent laryngeal nerve?

It wraps around the arch of the Aorta

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What does each pharyngeal arch develop?

A neural crest derived cartilage bar (Contributes to basic skeletal parts)

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What does the 1st cartilage bar do? (Meckel's cartilage)

Divides into Maxillary and Mandibular prominences

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What does the Mandicular prominence of the 1st cartilage bar do?

Provides a template for the mandible which forms via membranous ossification leaving outline for the bone to form (Cartilage doesn't go to bone)

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What does the 2nd cartilage bar do? (Reichert's cartilage)

Contributes to middle ear development (Stapes)
Contributes to styloid process, Hyoid bone (remainder from 3rd arch)

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What does the 4th & 6th arch mesenchyme become?

The pharyngeal floor (Aortic sac lies in floor of pharynx)
Thyroid, Arytenoid, Cricoid (Derived from their cartilage bar)

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What does the 1st & 2nd Aortic arch become?

They regress

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What does the 3rd Aortic arch become?

Internal carotid artery

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What does the 4th Aortic arch become?

Arch of the Aorta (Left)
Brachiocephalic artery (Right)

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What does the 6th Aortic arch become?

Pulmonary arch

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What do the pharyngeal pouches mainly become?

Glandular tissue

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How is the Parathyroid gland formed?

From the dorsal portion of the 3rd & 4th pharyngeal pouches

48

How is the Thymus gland formed?

From the ventral portion of the 3rd & 4th pharyngeal pouches
It is formed as 2 lobes that join in the middle

49

Which pharyngeal pouch forms the middle ear?

1st
Ossicles = cartiage bar derivative
Tympanic cavity & auditory tube = pouch derivative

50

What can cause a middle ear infection in children?

Pharynx infection

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What happens to the pharyngeal clefts?

The 2nd grows down and covers all leaving only the 1st remaining

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What can occur if the cervical sinus is not obliterated by the 2nd cleft?

Cysts/Fistulae can occur anywhere along the anterior border of the SCM

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What is a difference between a cyst and fistulae?

A fistulae is a cyst with an opening to the surface

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Which pouch has lymphoid precursors occupying it?

2nd
Makes tonsils