Zygomaticus major Orbicularis oris Masseter Platysma 192 Part B Assessments

Zygomaticus major orbicularis oris masseter platysma

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Zygomaticus major Orbicularis oris Masseter Platysma
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192 Part B Assessments Complete the following statements: 1. When the _____________________ contracts, the corner of the mouth is drawn upward and laterally when laughing. 2. The _______________________ acts to compress the wall of the cheeks when air is blown out of the mouth. 2 2 3. The _______________________ causes the lips to close and pucker during kissing, whistling, and speaking. 2 4. The temporalis acts to ___________________________________________________. 5. The _______________________ pterygoid can close the jaw and can pull it sideways. 2 2 6. The _______________________ pterygoid can protrude the jaw, pull the jaw sideways, and open the mouth. 2 7. The _______________________ can close the eye, as in blinking. 2 8. The _______________________ can pull the head toward the chest. 2 9. The muscle used for pouting and to express horror is the _______________________. 2 10. The muscle used to widen the nostrils is the _______________________. Part C AssessmentsName the muscle indicated by the following combinations of origin and insertion. Make each selection from the list of muscles provided. 2 3 Origin Insertion Muscle 1. Manubrium of sternum Thyroid cartilage of larynx _______________________________ 2. Zygomatic arch Lateral surface of mandible _______________________________ 3. Pterygoid plate of sphenoid bone Anterior surface below mandibular condyle _______________________________ 4. Manubrium of sternum and medial clavicle Mastoid process of temporal bone _______________________________ 5. Lateral surfaces of mandible and maxilla Orbicularis oris _______________________________ 6. Fascia in upper chest Lower border of mandible and skin around corner of mouth _______________________________ 7. Temporal bone Coronoid process and anterior ramus of mandible _______________________________ 8. Spinous processes of cervical and thoracic vertebrae (C7–T6) Mastoid process of temporal bone and occipital bone _______________________________ 9. Styloid process of temporal bone Hyoid bone _______________________________ Muscles: Buccinator Lateral pterygoid Masseter Platysma Splenius capitis Sternocleidomastoid Sternothyroid Stylohyoid Temporalis zygomaticus major buccinator orbicularis oris raise the jaw/elevate mandible (as in biting) medial lateral orbicularis oculi sternocleidomastoid platysma nasalis Sternothyroid Masseter Lateral pterygoid Sternocleidomastoid Buccinator Platysma Temporalis Splenius capitis Stylohyoid
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  • Fall '13
  • Physiology, Anatomy, muscles, hyoid bone, Bones of the head and neck, Muscles of the head and neck, Orbicularis Oculi

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