Head & Neck Exam 2

Head & Neck Exam 2 - Term Definition What fills spaces...

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Term: What fills spaces and binds muscles? Definition: Fascia Term: What are the 6 groups that the face is divided in? Definition: Orbit, mouth, nose, ear, scalp, platysma Term: What are the 5 main branches of the facial nerve? Definition: Temporal, zygomatic, buccal, mandibular, cervical Term: What does the marginal mandibular branch control? Definition: lower lip Term: What muscle does the cervical branch go to? Definition: Platysma
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Term: What are most important nerves to eating and speaking? Definition: Buccal & marginal mandibular branches Term: Which nerve is the sensory nerve? Definition: 5 Term: Which nerve is the motor nerve? Definition: 7 Term: What are the 3 divisions of the trigeminal and what are they associated with? Definition: V1: opthalmic, V2: maxillary, V3: mandibular Term: What does the V1 include? Definition: Upper face: skin, orbit, sinuses
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Term: What does the V2 include? Definition: Middle face: lips, skin, nose, teeth, gums, sinuses, alveolar nerve Term: What does the V3 include? Definition: Lower face: lips, skin, teeth, gums, anterior tongue, muscles of mastication, mental nerve Term: Where is the danger zone of the face? Definition: From the root/base of the nose to lateral angles of the mouth Term: What 4 things does the parotid gland relate to?
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