Flashcards of Head and Neck Anatomy (Unit 3)

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Taste sensation of Tongue is through which Nerve?
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CN VII, IX, X

Name the structures where Blood-brain barrier is absent?
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Hypothalamus, Pineal Gland, Area Postrema (of fourth ventricle), and Areas near Third Ventricle

Sensory supply of Tongue is through which Nerves?
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CN V3, IX, X

Which vein connects the anterior facial vein and pterygoid plexus?
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The Deep Facial Vein

Mental nerve does supply which structures?
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Skin and Mucous membrane of the Mental region

Subarachnoid Hemorrhage involves which structures?
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A ruptured Aneurysm (eg, Anterior Communicating Artery)

What is the location of Mental Foramen?
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Below the second Premolar on each side

The ICA has how many branches in the Neck?
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The ICA has no branches in the neck

Where does The Mandibular Canal open Anteriorly?
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The Mental Foramen

Epidural hematoma involves which Artery?
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The Middle Meningeal Artery

In the cavernous sinus thrombosis which Nerve will be involve first?
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CN VI

Vertebral arteries are branches of which Artery?
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The Subclavian Artery

Motor supply of Tongue is through which Nerves?
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CN XII

What is the location of Lingula?
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Above the Mandibular Foramen where the Sphenomandibular Ligament attaches

The ophthalmic artery is a branch of which artery?
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ICA

Incisive branch of Mental Foramen supplies which structures?
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The pulp chambers of the Anterior Teeth and adjacent Mucous membrane

Drainage of the head/brain is through which Vein?
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The internal jugular vein (IJV)

Damage to which Nerve will cause the tongue to deviate to the side of the lesion?
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CN XII

Subdural hematoma involves which vein?
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Bridging vein

How many Layers are present in SCALP?
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Five: ■ Skin ■ Connective tissue ■ Aponeurosis (galea aponeurotica, epicranial aponeurosis) ■ Loose connective tissue ■ Periosteum

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