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A.tooth crownB.tooth cervixC.pulp cavityD.canal of tooth rootE. *tooth root599.Which milk teeth number (amount) is 8?A.premolarsB.caninesC.medial incisorsD.lateral incisorsE. *molars600.Which milk teeth number (amount) is 8?A.first molarsB.second molarsC.premolars
D.caninesE. *incisors601.Which glands belong to small salivary glands ?A.SubmandibularB.SublingualC.ParotidD.ParathyroidE. *Buccal602.Which glands are located in retromandibular fossa?A.SubmandibularB.BuccalC.SublingualD.ParathyroidE. *Parotid603.Which glands are located closer to incisors?A.SubmandibularB.BuccalC.ParotidD.ParathyroidE. *Sublingual604.Which glands are located under mylohyoid muscle?A.BuccalB.SublingualC.ParotidD.ParathyroidE. *Submandibular605.Which glands are located under auricle?A.SubmandibularB.BuccalC.SublingualD.ParathyroidE. *Parotid606.Which glands are located above the mylohyoid muscle?A.SubmandibularB.BuccalC.ParotidD.ParathyroidE. *Sublingual607.Which glands belong to large salivary glands ?A.LabialB.BuccalC.PalatineD.ParathyroidE. *Parotid
608.Dentist introduces the cotton wool into the lumen between the cheek and an alveolar process of themaxilla. Which orifice of gland duct does he close?A.sublingual glandB.thyroid glandC.submandibular glandD.all above mentionedE. *parotid gland609.Which duct opens on the cheeks into vestibule of mouth cavity opposite the second superior molar ?A.SubmandibularB.BuccalC.PalatineD.SublingualE. *Parotid610.Choose correct sentence:A.Pharynx extends from C4 to level of C7 vertebra.B.Pharynx extends from C2 to level of C6 vertebra.C.Pharynx extends from skull to level of C4 vertebra.D.Pharynx extends from skull to level of Th1 vertebra.E. *Pharynx extends from skull to level of C6 vertebra.611.How does the Nasopharynx communicate with nasal cavity ?A.Through the auditory tubeB.Through the faucesC.Through the nasal meatusD.Through the semilunar hiatusE. *Through the choanae612.What do choanae communicate?A.pharynx and larynxB.pharynx and oral cavityC.pharynx and tympanic cavityD. *pharynx and nasal cavityE.pharynx and esophagus613.What does fauces communicate?A.pharynx and larynxB.pharynx and esophagusC.pharynx and nasal cavityD.pharynx and tympanic cavityE. *pharynx and oral cavity614.What does aditus communicate?A.pharynx and esophagusB.pharynx and oral cavityC.pharynx and nasal cavityD.pharynx and tympanic cavityE. *pharynx and larynx615.What does Eustachian tube communicate?A.pharynx and larynx
B.pharynx and esophagusC.pharynx and oral cavityD.pharynx and nasal cavityE. *pharynx and tympanic cavity616.How is the pharynx communicated with oral cavity ?A.Through the auditory tubeB.Through the choanaeC.Through the nasal meatusD.Through the semilunar hiatusE. *Through the fauces617.How is the pharynx communicated with larynx ?

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Arteries of the head and neck, facial artery, posterior cerebral artery, Circle of Willis

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