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What muscle of facial expression flattens the cheek against the teeth?
What causes Bell’s Palsy?
What supplies the sensory innervation to the face?
There are three branches of the trigeminal nerve: ophthalmic, maxillary and mandibular.
What is Cranial Nerve IX?
What is the function of the platysma?
Which spinal level does the innervation of the parotid sheath come from?
Which facial muscle raises the eyebrows?
Most of the arteries that supply the face stem from which artery?
What nerve supplies the muscles of facial expression?
What is the function of the zygomaticus muscle?
Which artery of the face arises superior to the parotid gland?
Which of these nerves does not supply the scalp?
What forms the retromandibular vein?
The retromandibular vein drains into the external jugular vein.
Which vein drains into the internal jugular vein?
What muscle of facial expression closes and protrudes the lips?
What muscle of facial expression blinks and closes the eyes?
What is the order of the layers of the scalp?
It follows the SCALP acronym.
How many permanent teeth are there?
The teeth are supplied by the alveolar branch.
Relations of the common carotid artery
Internal jugular is in the carotid sheath, not external.
Internal jugular lies between its two heads. It’s posterior border forms the anterior border of the posterior triangle. It’s anterior border forms the posterior border of the anterior triangle.