|In the diagram on the right, click on the following bones to identify
|Which of the foraminae in the diagram carry the following nerves?
|Identify the following in the cross section of the neck:
|Select the correct match to the following:
|Identify the nerve that supplies the mylohyoid and anterior belly of
Point to the chorda tympani. This nerve carries preganglionic parasympathetic fibers from VII.
|Identify the middle ear cavity.|
|Identify the maxillary artery at its point of origin. Identify the middle meningeal artery.|
|Where is the pituitary located?
What structure is connected to the middle ear cavity?
|Name the structures that are numbered. Number 7 is the maxillary sinus.|
|You should recognize the diagram as a representation of the submandibular
Which structure supplies motor innervation to the tongue?
Point to a muscle that is supplied by the facial nerve.
Identify the hyoglossus muscle.
|Which muscle is primarily responsible for opening the jaw?|
|Diagram of a sagittal section of the head and neck.
Identify the numbered items in the diagram. There are 7 all together.
|Identify numbered items.
the structures labeled (B).
Which cranial nerve supplies taste fibers for (A)?
|Identify the item pointed to by A.
Identify the middle pharyngeal constrictor.
|A light has been shined into each eye of this patient. Which eye is the non-responsive eye?
Which cranial nerve causes pupillary constriction?
Which parasympathetic ganglion is involved?
|Skull, Scalp and Superficial Face||Skull & face||Orbit and Ear||Parotid Region Infratemporal Region||Anterior Triangles of Neck||Posterior Triangle of Neck|
|Lateral Pharyngeal Region||Pharynx and Larynx||Nasal Cavity, Paranasal Sinuses, V2||Oral Cavity, Oral pharynx, Palatine tonsil||Larynx||Cranial Nerves|
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