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Ent, plastic,and max

ent, plastics, and max

The parotid glands are located: cheek
The roof of the mouth is called the: hard palte
The bone that forms the posterior portion of the skull is the occipital bone
The lower jawbone is the mandible
The bone located in the neck between the mandible and the larynx, which supports the tongue and provides attachment for some of its muscles, is the hyoid
Adenoids are also called Pharyngeal Tonsils
Mumps occur in the parotid gland
The majority of benign salivary gland tumors occur in which gland? parotid
The structure that covers the entrance of the larynx when one swallows, thus preventing food from entering the airway (trachea) is called: epiglottis
Which nasal sinus can be approached only through an external eyebrow incision? frontal
Which sinus is surgically opened in a Caldwell-Luc procedure? maxillary
An instrument used to incise the eardrum to relieve pressure is called a: myringotomy knife
The malleus, incus, and stapes are located in the: middle ear
The body’s first line of defense against the invasion of pathogens is: skin
A skin graft that consists of the epidermis and half of the dermis is a/an: split thickness graft
The passageway for foods and liquids into the digestive system, and for air into the respiratory system, is the trachea
The vocal cords are located in the larynx
The bones of the palm of the hand are referred to as metacarpals
The two bones that form the side walls and the roof of the cranium are the parietal bones
When tissue is taken from one part of the body and grafted to another, it is called a/an: autograft
A scab or slough produced by a thermal burn is called: eschar
Which skin layers contain blood vessels and nerves? sub-q
The palm of the hand is called what? Volar
The facial bone which makes up the bony structure of the outer aspect of cheek is the: zygomatic
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