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Respiratory & larynx

pharynx function allows breathing, swallowing & eating
sections of pharynx nasopharynx orophrynx laryngopharynx
what drains into the inferior meatus nasolacrimal duct
what drains into the middle meatus maxillary, ethmoid & frontal sinuses
what drains into the superior meatus posterior ethmoid cells
right lung pulmonary artery is anterior to bronchus
left lung pulmonary artery is superior to bronchus
what innervates the parietal pleura phrenic & intercostal nerves
what innervates the visceral pleura autonomics - P & S
pleura that are innervated by intercostal nerves costal & cervical
pleura that are innervated by phrenic nerves mediastinal & diaphragmatic
costodiaphramtic recess hold in pleura
pleural effusion excess fluid in pleural cavity
pulmonary plexus contains both S & P
pulmonary plexus parasympathetics supplies by CN X - bronchoconstriction
pulmonary plexus sympathetics supplied by postganglionic fibers of T1-T4 - bronchodilation
unpaired laryngeal cartilages epiglottis thyroid cricoid
paired laryngeal cartilages arytenoids corniculate cuneiform
elastic laryngeal cartilages epiglottis corniculate cuneiform
hyaline laryngeal cartilages thyroid cricoid arytenoids
where are the arytenoids on top of the cricoid
what do the arytenoid do changes shape of vocal opening
what connects the thyroid & cricoid cartilages cricothyroid membrane
free edge of conus elasticus vocal lig
abductor of vocal fold posterior cricoarytenoid
what changes pitch cricothyroid
external carotid artery -> superior thyroid a -> superior laryngeal a
thyrocercial trunk (from subclavian a ) -> inferior thyroid a -> inferior laryngeal a
what supplies the region below vocal folds inferior thyroid a
what supplies the region above vocal folds superior thyroid a
what loops around right subclavian right recurrent (laryngeal) vagus
what loops around arch of aorta left recurrent (laryngeal) vagus
what does the recurrent branch of vagus innervate intensive muscles of larynx
what innervates cricothyroid external laryngeal of superior laryngeal branch of vagus
injury to laryngeal branch of vagus paralysis of vocal folds
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