Scalp and Face - SCALP AND FACE 1. Extends from superior...

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SCALP AND FACE 1. Extends from superior nuchal lines on occipital bone to supra-orbital margins of frontal bone? Scalp 2. Thin except in occipital region, containing many sweat and sebaceous glands and hair follicules? Skin 3. Forms a think, dense, richly vascularized, subcutaneous layer that is well supplied with cutaneous nerves? Connective tissue 4. Serves as attachment for muscle bellies covering from the forehead to occiput (occipitofrontalis)? Aponeurosis 5. Dense layer of connective tissue, forms the external periosteum of neurocranium? Pericranium 6. Supplies skin and pericranium of anteromedial forehead to vertex? Supraorbital nerve 7. Supplies skin and pericranium of anteromedial forehead? Supratrochlear nerve 8. Supplies hairless skin and anterior part of temporal fossa? Zygomaticotemporal nerve 9. Supplies skin of posterior 2/3 of temporal region? Auriculotemporal nerve 10. Temporal branch of facial nerve supplies frontalis muscle? Motor nerve 11. Arises from ventral/anterior rami of C2 C3 via cervical plexus? Great auricular nerve, lesser occipital nerve 12. Great auricular nerve supplies? Skin overlying angle of mandible, inferior lobe of auricle and parotid sheath 13. arises from dorsal/posterior ramus of C2 spinal nerve? Greater occipital nerve 14. supplies lower occipital region of scalp and suboccipital regions? Third occipital nerve 15. posterior auricular nerve, branch of facial nerve, supplies occipitalis muscle? Motor nerve 16. the terminal branch of ophthalmic artery from internal carotid artery? Supratrochlear artery, supraorbital artery 17. smaller terminal branch of external carotid artery? Superficial temporal artery 18. supplies posterior part of scalp? Occipital artery 19. branch of external carotid artery? Posterior auricular artery 20. unites with supraorbital vein and forms angular vein? Supratrochlear vein 21. angular vein continues as? Facial vein 22. unites with maxillary vein and forms retromandibular vein? Superficial temporal vein 23. drains into suboccipital venous plexus? Occipital vein 24. joins with posterior division of retromandibular vein and forms the external jugular vein? Posterior auricular vein
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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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