Practice Practical

In the following items, try to identify the proper structure before pointing to it with the mouse. Once you think you have the proper item in mind, either hold the mouse over the item and read the answer from the status bar below or click on the item to bring up another image that will have the correct answer.
In the diagram on the right, click on the following bones to identify them:
  1. ramus of mandible
  2. vomer
  3. greater wing of sphenoid
  4. mastoid process of temporal
  5. inferior concha

Which of the foraminae in the diagragm carry the following nerves?
  1. glossopharyngeal
  2. abducens
  3. V2
  4. vagus
  5. facial


Identify the following in the cross section of the neck:
  1. thyroid cartilage
  2. sternohyoid muscle
  3. internal jugular vein
  4. scalene anterior
  5. brachial plexus


Select the correct match to the following:
  1. select the only pharyngeal muscle NOT supplied by the vagus
  2. point to a branch of the superior thyroid artery
  3. select the nerve that provides sensory innervation to the vestibule of the larynx
  4. which structure supplies all laryngeal muscles except the cricothyroideus
  5. point to the muscle that arises from the stylohyoid ligament


 
 
Identify the nerve that supplies the mylohyoid and anterior belly of digastric muscles.

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.

Which muscle is primarily responsible for opening the jaw?

Where is the pituitary located?

What structure is connected to the middle ear cavity?



Name the structures that are numbered. Number 7 is not active but is the maxillary sinus.

You should recognize the diagram as a representation of the submanibular triangle.

Which structure supplies motor innervation to the tongue?

Point to a muscle that is supplied by the facial nerve.

Identify the hyoglossus muscle.



Diagram of a sagittal section of the head and neck.

Identify the numbered items in the diagram. There are 7 all together. Click on the items to check yourself out.



Identify numbered items.

Click to see the name.


Identify the item numbered 1.
Identify 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?
(move the mouse cursor over 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