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DA Chapter 7

DA Head/Neck Anatomy FINAL Chapter7

QuestionAnswer
What are the raised lines of mucosal tissue that extend from the alveolar mucosa to the vestibule called? Frenum
The vertical part of the mandible that articulates with the temporal bone is called the.... ramus
The Parotid gland empties into the mouth thru the... Parotid or Stenson's duct
Name the 3 parts of the temporomandibular joint... Glenoid Fossa Articular eminence Condyle process
The mental foramen, genial tubercles and lingual foramen are all found on the... Mandible
T/F....Between the bottom of the nose and the middle of the upper lip is a shallow v shaped depression known as the philtrum True
T/F....This thin layer of epithelium is highly vascular and is called the vermillion border False, it is the Vermillion Zone
T/F....The are covered externally with skin. This reddish portion of the lips is called the vermillion zone True
T/F....The corners of the mouth where the upper lip meets the lower lip are known as the labial commissures True
T/F....Inside the mouth, a pocket that is formed by the soft tissue of the cheeks and the gingiva is called the oral vestibule the gingiva True
T/F....The mucosa that covers the alveolar bone that supports the teeth is called the parotid papilla False, it is alveolar mucosa
T/F....The plural of frena is frenum False, Frena is plural, frenum is one
T/F....Excessive dryness of the mouth is called xerostomia True
The external coverage of the lips is called... Epithelium(skin)
The deepest part of the oral vestibule is called the.... Fornix
The tissue that lines the inner surface of the lips and cheeks is called the.... Mucosa
On the labial mucosa are yellowish glands just inside the commissures called... Fordyce's spots
The main frena of the maxillary are between the.... Centrals
The inside palate area of the maxillary teeth is often called.... The roof of the mouth
The occasional lump or prominence of bone in the maxillary palate is called... torus
The projection that extends off the back of the maxillary soft palate is... the uvula
Covering the dorsal side of the tongue are small raised projections called_________, where taste buds are located. papilla
Covering the dorsal area of the tongue are hair-like projections called.... filiform papillae
Name the sulcus that marks the end of the alveolar ridge and the beginning of the floor of the mouth Sublingual
The largest of the salivary glands are the... Parotid
The Wharton's duct empties saliva from which glands? Submandibular
The mumps are a viral infection affecting the________gland Parotid
The bone that contains the mastoid process is the.... Temporal
The largest of the facial bones, which has 2 sections is the.... Maxilla
The ________process forms the bone that supports the maxillary teeth Alveolar
The________ articulates with the temporal bones to form the temporomandibular joint condyle
The lips are covered externally with skin. The reddish portion of the lips is called the.... vermillion zone
The labial commissures are the corners of the mouth, where where the upper lip meets the lower lip. The commissures should be checked for,,, color change, cracks and imperfections
Inside the mouth a pocket is formed by the soft of the cheeks and gingiva. This pocket is called the... Oral vestibule
The u shaped that is continuous throughout the anterior and posterior areas is called the... Vestibule fornex
When the lips are pulled out, raised lines of mucosal tissue extend from the alveolar mucosa thru the vestibule to the labial and buccal mucosa and are called... frena
The largest papilla, which are mushroom shaped, are anterior to the sulcus terminalis in a row of 8-10 are called... circumvallate papillae
In the middle of the ventral side of the tongue, a line of tissue extends from the tongue to the floor of the mouth called the.... lingual frenum
Define....Labial Commissure Where upper and lower lips meet @ the corner
Define....Nasio-labial groove Groove from corner of nose to corner of mouth
Define....Philtrum V shaped space between the nose and lips
Define....Vermillion border The outline of the lips
Define....Labial mental groove The crease under the lips, and above the chin
Define...Palate roof of the mouth
Define....Incisive paplla Raised tissue behind max central incisors
Define....Palatine raphe Raised line at posterior, middle of hard palate
Define.... Torus Prominence of bone in the middle maxillary palate
Define....Uvula projection that extends off the back of the soft palate
Define....Anterior Pillars Tissue extending from uvula to the base of the tongue
Define....Circumvallate papillae Largest, mushroom shaped
Define....filiform papillae Hairlike projections on dorsal side of tongue
Define....fungiform papillae Papillae that give the tongue it's strawberry effect
Define....follate papillae found on the lateral(sides) of tongue
The primary teeth have erupted by the age of... 2 1/2- 3 years
The permanent teeth erupt during what ages... 6-21
primary exfoliation occurs between what ages? 6-12
What is the external auditory meatus? the opening for the ear
which bones form the TMJ? Temporal and Mandible
What lubricates the TMJ? sinovial fluid
Created by: Robyn Stechalin Brandenburg Robyn Stechalin Brandenburg on 2011-07-31



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