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7-11 nasal & oral

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What is mucosa? Mucus membrane covering muscle secreting mucus
What is the oral vestibule between? Teeth and check; lateral to teeth
What is the neck of the tooth embedded in? Gingiva
What occupies the oral cavity? Tongue
What part of the tooth contains the nerves, arteries, veins, blood vessels, fat, and lymph? Pulp cavity
Is the enamel living or non-living? Non-living
is the dentine living or non-living? Living
What are the incisors used for? Cutting and tearing
What are the molars for? Grinding
What part of the tooth can become infected? Root canal
How many teeth do children have? 20
How many teeth do the adults have? 32
What tooth is the wisdom tooth on each side? M3
What flips down when swallowing to prevent food from going into the pharynx? Epiglottis
What part of the lingual papillae is on the edge of the tongue that has no taste buds? Foliate
What is the lingual papillae anterior to? Terminal sulcus
What parts of the lngual papillae contain taste buds? Vallate and filiform
What muscles move the tongue? Extrinsic muscles- genioglossus, styloglossus, hyoglossus
What muscles change the shape of the tongue? Instrinsic muscles- superior longitudinal, transverse and vertical, and inferior longitudinal
What nerve innervates the epiglottis? Vagus nerve
What muscle forms the floor of the mouth? Mylohyoid
Is the hard palate boney or muscular? Boney
Is the soft palate boney or muscular? Muscular
What is the uvula? A muscle covered by the mucus membrane
What is the tensor veli palantini? Tenses soft palate; innervated by the trigeminal nerve
What nerve innervates the hard palate? Greater palatine nerve
What nerve innervates the soft palate? Lesser palatine nerve
What concha is its own bone? Inferior nasal concha
What is the inferior nose for? Breathing
What is the superior nose for? Smelling
What sinus doesn't drain well by gravity? Maxillary sinus
What is the opening of the sphenoethmoidal recess? Opening of sphenoid sinus
What is the opening of the superior nasal meatus? Opening of posterior ethmmoid sinus
What are the two features of the middle nasal meatus? Semilunar hiatus and ethmoidal bulla
What is the opening at the front of the middle nasal meatus? Opening of the frontonasal duct
What is the opening at the middle of themiddle nasal meatus? Opening of the middle ethmoidal sinuses
What is the opening at the back of the middle nasal meatus? Opening of the maxillary sinus
What is the opening of the inferior nasal meatus? Opening of the nasolacrimal dcut
What do sinuses do? Resonate sound and make the skull lighter
What artery supplies the concha area? Sphenopalatine artery
What artery supplies the superficial part of the face? Facial artery
What supplies the palates with blood? Greater palatine artery
What nerve is on the roof of the mouth? Nasopalatine nerve
What is the common site of nosebleeds? Kiesselbach area
What arteries are a part of the Kiesselbach area (anastomosing arteries)? Anterior and posterior ethmoidal arteries, septal branch of superior labial artery, branch of sphenopalatine artery
Created by: beranml