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Lab_1_structure_list[1] - PAS 602 Lab#1 Anatomical...

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PAS 602 Lab #1 Anatomical Structures List I. Skull a. Cranial Bones i. Frontal ii. Parietal iii. Occipital iv. Temporal 1. Squamous 2. Petrous v. Sphenoid 1. Relationship to Cavernous (Venous) Sinus a. Contents: Internal Carotid a., CN III, IV, V1 &V2, VI vi. Ethmoid 1. Superior and Middle Conchae (Turbinates) b. Cranial Fossae & Foramina i. Anterior ii. Middle Cranial Fossa iii. Posterior 1. Internal Acoustic Meatus c. Sutures i. Sagittal ii. Coronal iii. Lamboid iv. Squamous d. Landmarks i. Pterion ii. Bregma iii. Glabella e. Infant i. Fontanelles: anterior & posterior f. Facial Bones i. Maxilla 1. Maxillary sinus 2. Palatine process (hard palate) ii. Mandible 1. Body 2. Ramus 3. Angle 4. Coronoid process
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iii. Nasal Bones iv. Vomer v. Palatine bones 1. horizontal plate vi. Inferior Conchae II. Neck Bones a. Hyoid bone b. Note relationships of pharyngeal structures with Cervical vertebrae: C2, C3, C6 III. Cranial Nerves a. Trigeminal Nerve (CN V) i. Sensory Branches 1. Ophthalmic a. Supraorbital 2. Maxillary a. Infraorbital b. Superior alveolar 3. Mandibular a. Inferior alveolar i. Mental ii. Motor 1. Masseter 2. Temporalis b. Facial Nerve (CN VII) i. Facial canal ii. Chorda tympani iii. Branches 1. Temporal 2. Zygomatic 3. Buccal 4. Mandibular 5. Cervical iv. Muscles innervated 1. Orbicularis occuli 2. Orbicularis oris 3. & other muscles of facial expression c. Vestibulocochlear Nerve (CN VIII) d. Glossopharyngeal Nerve (CN IX) e. Vagus Nerve (CN X) i. Superior Laryngeal nerve 1. External & Internal branches ii. Recurrent laryngeal nerve
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IV. Lymph Nodes a. Pre-auricular (Parotid) b. Post-auricular (Mastoid) c. Occipital d. Submandibular e. Submental f. Superficial Cervical g. Deep Cervical i. Tonsilar (Jugulodigastric) ii. Jugulo-omohyoid h. Supraclavicular V.
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  • Fall '10
  • Garrubba
  • Internal carotid artery, superior laryngeal nerve, Chorda Tympani, superior laryngeal artery, Inferior laryngeal artery

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