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marks the separation of anterior and posterior tongue
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lymphatic drainage of the medial anterior 2/3 of the tongue
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motor innervation of tensor veli palatini
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lymphatic drainage of posterior 1/3 tongue
origin of geniohyoid
which nerve wraps around the submandibular duct?
lymphatic drainage of medial lower lip
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forms approx. anterior 2/3 of the palate
sensory innervation of the anterior 2/3 of the tongue
greater palatine nerves/vessels enter the palate through the ____ _____ _____.
motor innervation of uvula
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sensory innervation of the anterior hard palate
this reflex loop is caused by the sensory input of CN IX and motor output CN X
Identify:20
motor innervation of styloglossus
origin of mylohyoid
lymphatic drainage of the lateral anterior 2/3 of the tongue
motor innervation of genioglossus
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posterior portion of the mucosa of the soft palate is innervated (sensory) by what?
sensory innervation of the upper lip
the sensory nerves of the hard palate are branches of what nerve?
motor innervation of palatopharyngeus
sensory innervation of most of the hard palate
anterior portion of the mucosa of the soft palate is innervated (sensory) by what?
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motor innervation of levator veli palatini
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lymphatic drainage of the tip of the tongue
which artery runs in between the palatini muscles
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special sensory innervation of anterior 2/3 tongue (specific fibers)
motor innervation of hyoglossus
innervation of lower lip
special sensory innervation of cirumvallate papillary
slit like space between the lips and cheeks superficially and the teeth and gums deeply
the genioglossus, hyoglossus, styloglossus, and palatoglossus are known as _____ muscles of the tongue
midline mucosal fold within the floor of the mouth
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motor innervation of palatoglossus
sensory innervation of the posterior 1/3 of the tongue
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lymphatic drainage of upper lip and lateral lower lip
paralysis or atrophy of the tongue occurs due to damage to what nerve?
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deviation of the uvula occurs because of damage to what nerve?

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