Basis of Dentistry Study Set 1

Nursing

Quiz 7 :

The Head by Region

Quiz 7 :

The Head by Region

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The primary muscle of the cheek is the ___________________.
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Explanation: Buccinator. The buccinator is the primary muscle of the cheek. It presses the cheek against the vestibular surfaces of the molar teeth.

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The _________ nerve exits from the skull through the stylomastoid foramen at the base of the skull and has five main groups of branches, including temporal branches, zygomatic branches, and buccal branches.
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Explanation: Facial. The facial nerve exits from the skull through the stylomastoid foramen at the base of the skull. It enters the parotid gland and breaks up into five main groups of branches that radiate from the gland to various areas of the face.

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The entire blood supply of the face is derived from either the internal or external _______ arteries.
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Explanation: Carotid. The entire blood supply of the face is derived from either the internal or external carotid arteries.

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The trigeminal nerve is cranial nerve V (CN V). The maxillary and mandibular nerves are branches of cranial nerve V, such that ______________.
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The three layers of the meninges of the brain are the __________________________.
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The inferior and superior _________ arteries provide blood supply to the lower and upper lips.
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The ___________ is the only muscle that does not originate from the tendinous ring. It turns the eyeball superiorly and laterally and is supplied by a branch of the oculomotor nerve.
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The primary function of facial muscles is to _________________________________.
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The ________ is a small, crescent midline fold interposed between the right and left cerebellar hemispheres.
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Four large arteries form an arterial circle (also known as the circle of Willis) around the base of the brain. These arteries are the __________________________.
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The thalamus, epithalamus, hypothalamus, and the hypophysis cerebri are four functional areas of the _______________________________.
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Blood return from the brain flows to special channels in the skull called ________, which contain no valves and do not have regular venous walls.
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The five components of the brain are the _________________.
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A discrete layer of deep fascia of the face is found in the ____________________.
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The eyeball and the optic nerve are the primary structures in the _____________.
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Speech and language are controlled by which two separate but connected areas in the brain?
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The primary muscle of the lips is the ______________ muscle, which also is the sphincter of the mouth.
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The ________ nerve divides into a superior and inferior division that supplies all of the extraocular muscles except the superior oblique and lateral rectus muscles.
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The nerve supply of the face is derived principally from which of the following?
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The muscle that originates from the superior position of the tendinous ring and primarily turns the eyeball upward is the ___________________________.
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