Flashcards in General Anatomy Pearls Deck (19)
Patient presents with facial palsey.
When smiling, the lower right face will not work, all other quadrants work well. What is severed?
The left UMN of the facial nerve.
The upper face is spared because of a collateral innervation from the right side.
What branches come from the thyrocervical trunk?
Inferior thyroid artery
Superficial cervical artery
What are the subclavian artery branches?
"VIT C and D"
Thyrocervical trunk - TISS
Costocervical artery (Superior intercostal artery and deep cervical artery)
Dorsal Scapular artery
What are the branches from the external carotid artery?
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Superior thyroid artery
Ascending pharyngeal artery
Posterior Auricular artery
Superficial Temporal Artery
What branch does the middle meningeal artery come from?
Comes from the maxillary artery.
All intrinsic muscles of the larynx are innervated by...
Inferior laryngeal nerve from CN X
The cricothyroid muscle is the exception in that it is innervated by....
It is an exception in that it is innervated by the superior laryngeal nerve from XN X all other larynx muscles are innervated by the inferior laryngeal nerve.
The palatoglossus, Palatopharyngeus, Salpingopharyngeus, Uvula, Constrictors, Levator veli palantini are all innervated by
CN X pharyngeal branch
The stylo pharyngeus is innervated by
Posterior digastric and Stylohyoid is innevated by....
CN 7 Pre parotid portion
The anterior digastric and mylohyoid muscles are innervated by
V3 portion called the nerve to the mylohyoid.
The genioglossus, hyoglossus, and styloglossus are all innervated by...
SCM and Trapezius are both innervated by what nerve?
Both innervated by the accesory spinal CN 11
Which nerve levels make up the Ansa cervicalis?
What muscles are innervated by the Ansa Cervicalis?
The geniohyoid and thyrohyoid as well as the superior belly of the omohyoid and the sternothyroid.
"The Good Stern wOmon"
What parasympathetics travel first at the edinger wesfal nucleus?
Edinger wesfall nucleus carries parasympathetics on CN III to the eye via the ciliary ganlgion allowing for pupillary constriction (sphincter)
What parasympathetics travel through the superior salvitory nucleus?
CN 7 goes to the pterygopalantine ganlgion and ultimately transverses to the lacrimal glands.
What parasympathetics travel through the inferior salvitory nucleus?
CN9 carrries this info to the otic ganglion and auriculo temporal nerve to the parotid gland.