H&N Part 2

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CN10 lesion results in uvula deviating to which side? Ipsi or contra to the lesion?
Site of anastamoses of nasal arteries, cauterization in pt with chronic nosebleeds
The maxillary artery terminates as what to supply the nasal cavity?
All the muscles of the pharynx are innervated by CN10 except
What structure can block the eustachian tube?
Structure that anchors the mucosa to the constrictors
Center of the embryological face
Nerve that exits through the infratemporal fossa and passes by the neck of the mandible
Blood supply to posterior nasal wall
Innervation of nasopharynx, oropharynx
Motor innervation to tongue
Innervation of the strap muscles
Fracture of both pedicles or pars interarticularis of the axis vertebra (C2)
Projection of ethmoid air cell
Major muscle of the tongue
Innervation of esophagus
All the muscles of the larynx are innervated by the recurrent laryngeal except
Sensory innervation to roof of the mouth
Innervation of styloglossus
Abnormal connection between two epithelialized surfaces
Innervation of anterior external nose
Innervation of thyrohyoid
Point of attachment of the thyroglossal duct and is formed during the embryological descent of the thyroid gland
Structure that covers the posterior side of the constrictors
Vasoconstriction of mucosal arteries and shrinking of mucosa, parasympathetic or sympathetic?
Midline mass of the neck
Sensory innervation above the level of the true vocal cords
Splaying of external/internal carotid indicates
Space between the vocal ligaments
What muscle goes around the pterygoid hamulus?
Sentinel node for the neck
Common origin of the buccinator and superior pharyngeal constrictor
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Embryological origin of laryngeal cartilages
The 1st pharyngeal pouch makes up most of the
Innervation of stylopharyngeus
Sensory innervation of vallate papillae
What branch off the external carotid artery that passes medial to the hyoglossus muscle?
Innervation of geniohyoid
What changes pitch of voice?
True or False? Air sinuses are present in newborns.
Innervation of suboccipital muscles
Vein found within parotid gland
Frontal sinus drains into
V-shaped structure of taste buds at the border between the anterior 2/3 and posterior 1/3 of the tongue
Innervation of inner nasal cavity until eustachian tube
Openings of sublingual gland
General sensory, taste innervation to posterior 1/3 of the tongue
General sensory innervation to anterior 2/3 of the tongue
General sensory, taste innervation to epiglottis
The 4th and 6th pharyngeal arches makes up most of the
The 2nd pharyngeal pouch makes up most of the
Most common benign tumor of parotid glands
What alters the position of the vocal folds during phonation?
Space between the vestibular ligaments
The 2nd pharyngeal arch makes up most of the
Ethmoidal air cells drain into
From what pharyngeal pouch does the superior parathyroid arise?
What structure separates the middle constrictor and inferior constrictor muscles?
Innervation of stylohyoid
What holds the hyoid in space?
Structure of the immotile kinocilium of the organ of Corti
The 1st pharyngeal arch makes up most of the
All the muscles ending in -GLOSSUS are innervated by CN12 except
The 3rd pharyngeal arch makes up most of the
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Lymphatic drainage of posterior tongue
If there is a CN12 lesion, where will the tongue deviate with respect to the lesion?
Maxillary sinus drains into
Structure of the immotile kinocilium of the retina
All the muscles of the palate are innervated by CN10 except
Sphenoid sinus drains into
Muscle that dives between superior and middle constrictor muscles
Most common iatrogenic cause of recurrent laryngeal paraylasis
Lymphatic drainage of the tip of the tongue/front lower teeth
Embryological origin of the lens
Blood supply to lateral nasal wall
Epithelial-lined tract that’s blind-ending
Motor innervation to palatoglossus
Innervation of tensor palati
Opening from nasal cavity into nasopharynx; divides nasal cavity from nasopharynx
Through what structure in the nasopharynx can surgeons go through to reach the pituitary?
Action of posterior arytenoids
Openings of submandibular gland
Embryological origin of the ear
Lymphoid tissue ring located in pharynx, back of oral cavity; when inflamed, can compromise a persons ability to swallow or an infant's ability to breath
Action of lateral arytenoids
Chief producer of sound
Lymphatic drainage of body of tongue
Vasodilation of mucosal arteries and swelling of mucosa, parasympathic or sympathetic?
Nasolacrimal duct empties into
From what pharyngeal pouch does the inferior parathyroid arise?
Most common head shape abnormality
CN9 goes around what muscle?
Space between tongue and epiglottis
Point at which the frontal bone meets the nasal bone
Innervation of levator palati
Bone fracture of the anterior and posterior arches of the C1 vertebra

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