Pharynx - P H AR Y N X 1 Extends from cranial base to inferior border of cricoids cartilage anteriorly and inferior border of C6 posteriory

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PHARYNX 1. Extends from cranial base to inferior border of cricoids cartilage anteriorly and inferior border of C6 posteriory. Posterior wall lies against prevertebral layer of deep cervical fascia? Pharynx 2. Features of pharynx? Opening of auditory tube 3. Slitlike lateral projection posterior to salpingopharyngeal fold? Pharyngeal recess 4. Lymphoid tissue in pharyngeal recess, referred to as adenoids waldeyer’s ring? Pharyngeal tonsils 5. Opens the pharyngeal orifice of pharyngotympanic tube during swallowing? Salpingopharyngeal fold 6. Collection of lymphoid tissue near pharyngeal orifice of auditory tube? Tubal tonsil 7. Features of oropharynx? Palatoglossal arch/fold? Palatopharyngeal arch/fold 8. Collection of lymphoid tissue b/t palatoglossal and palatopharyngeal arches? Palatine tonsil 9. Extending from superior border of epiglottis to inferior border of cricoids cartilage, narrows and becomes continuous with esophagus? Laryngopharynx 10. Middle and inferior constrictors of pharynx form? Posterior and lateral walls
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course ANAT 2626 taught by Professor Ronaldg.mayne during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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Pharynx - P H AR Y N X 1 Extends from cranial base to inferior border of cricoids cartilage anteriorly and inferior border of C6 posteriory

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