What 5 muscles make up the soft palate?
What is the innervation of all the muscles of the soft palate (except for Tensor veli palatini)?
What is the innervation of tensor veli palatini?
How many permanent/secondary teeth does an adult have?
How many primary/deciduous teeth does a child have?
What nerve supplies innervation to the mandibular teeth?
What nerve supplies the innervation to the maxillary teeth?
The palatine gingivae of the incisiors is supplied by what nerve?
What nerve innervates the labial and buccal/ right and left vestibular maxillary gingivae?
Which arteries supply the palate?
Where do the right and left greater palatine arteries originate from?
Where does venous blood from the palate drain to?
Which nerve supplies innervation to the SOFT palate?
What nerve(s) supply the hard palate?
What groove seperates the anterior and posterior parts of the tongue?
What are the four types of papillae found on the tongue?
Where are the taste buds located?
Which papillae lie anterior to the terminal sulcus?
What are the three main branches of the lingual artery?
Where does the lingual artery originate from?
Where does lymph from the apex of the tongue and frenulum drain to?
Where does lymph from the posterior third of the tongue drain to?
Where does lymph from the medial part of anterior two thirds of the tongue drain to?
Where does lymph from the lateral parts of the anterior two thirds of the tongue drain to?
The deep lingual veins begin at the apex of tongue and run posteriorly beside lingual frenulum to join which vein?
Give three functions of saliva.
What structure passes through the incisive fossa of the hard palate?
What structure passes through the greater palatine foramina of the hard palate?
What nerve passes through the lesser palatine foramina of the hard palate?