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Anatomy of Resonation and Articulation Chapter 6 Perry C. Hanavan, Au.D.
Question The source filter theory: The filter is the: A.Larynx B.Pharynx C.Vocal tract D.Nose E.Oral cavity
Question The source-filter theory: The source is the: A.Larynx B.Pharynx C.Vocal tract D.Nose E.Oral cavity
Question The articulators are: A.Mobile B.Immobile C.A and B are true D.All are false
Question There are ______ skull bones A.2 B.4 C.6 D.8 E.10
Question The skull sutures are not important A.True B.False C.I don’t know D.I give up E.There is no such thing
Question Cupid’s bow A.Part of the lips B.Part of the nose C.Part of the mandible D.Part of the maxilla E.Part of the eyebrow
Source-Filter Theory Source: acoustic source Filter: vocal tract Vocal tract Resonant frequencies Quarter wave resonator
Articulators Mobile or immobile For speech, usually contact articulator with another
Comparison of Articulators
Bones of the Face
Mandible Mandible AnatomyMandibleMandible Anatomy Maxillae Nasal bone Palatine BonePalatine Nasal Conchae Vomer Zygomatic BoneZygomatic Lacrimal BoneLacrimal
Nasal Cavity Warms Humidifies Filters
Deviated Nasal Septum
Skull –Temporal bone (2)Temporal bone –Occipital bone (1)Occipital bone –Frontal bone (1)Frontal bone –Parietal bone (2)Parietal bone –Sphenoid bone (1)Sphenoid bone –Ethmoid bone (1)Ethmoid bone
Sutures 101Sutures Lateral view Superior viewSuperior Anatomy of the Newborn Skull Introduction to newborn skull Skull Development Abnormal skulls
Face and Lip Landmarks
Dentition Human dentition Human teeth
Tongue Anatomy WebMD Tongue Muscles
Inferior View of Tongue
Tongue Muscles Intrinsic Extrinsic
Genioglossus and Related Muscles
Facial Muscles Interactive Facial Muscle Orbicularis oris Risorius Buccinator Levator labii superioris Zygomatic minor Levator labii superioris alaequa nasi Levator anguli oris Zygomatic major Depressor labii inferioris Depressor anguli oris Mentalis platysma
Facial Muscles Facial muscles Human Face Muscles Facial Muscle Practice
Muscles of Mastication Masseter Temporalis Medial pterygoid Lateral pterygoid Digastricus Mylohyoid Geniohyoid platysma
Muscles of Mastication Gray’s Anatomy Mastication Muscles Mastication exam Chewing musclesChewing Function of muscles
Muscles of the Velum Levator veli palatini Musculus uvulae Tensor veli palatini Palatoglossus Palatopharyngeus
Muscles of the Velum Muscles of the soft palate Soft Palate Questions Soft palate & pharyngeal musclesSoft palate & pharyngeal muscles Anatomical structures of soft palateAnatomical structures of soft palate
Clefts Fetal Clefts
SPPA 2050 Speech Anatomy & Physiology1 Soft Palate.
Vocal pedagogy Articulatory anatomy.
Anatomy of Articulation
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Focus: The Individual Bones of the Skull Cranial Bones
Head and Neck Muscles. Facial Muscles masseter risorius buccinator epicranial aponeurosis occipitalis frontalis.
Muscle of the Body Muscles of the Head.
Muscles of the Cranium, Face and Neck (Which Influence Surface Form)
Identify the boundaries of the infratemporal fossa.
Muscles of the Head, Neck, and Face Ppt # Muscles of Facial Expression muscles that insert in the dermis and subcutaneous tissues tense the skin.
Muscles of the Face 1. Orbicularis oris superior/ orbicularis oris inferior 2. Muscles inserting into upper lip Zygomatic minor Levator labii superioris.
Human Skull. Human Skull – 22 bones 2 parts: 1.Cranium (8 bones fused at sutures) – protects brain, provides muscle attachment, sinuses reduce weight.
Muscles of facial expression. Muscles of mastication. Muscles of soft palate. Muscles of tongue.
Head & Neck Head & Neck anatomy focuses on the structure of the head and neck of the human body, including “ brain, bones, muscles, blood vessels, nerves,
1 Supralaryngeal Anatomy. 2 Supportive Framework Facial Skeleton Mandible Cervical Vertebrae.
Vocal Tract Physiology April 5, 2013 The Toolkit There are four primary active articulators in speech. (articulators we can move around ) 1.The lips.
Frontalis & Occipitalis Platysma Orbicularis oculi Obribularis oris Zygomaticus Levator labii superioris.
Cranial Bones 6 kinds 8 total bones.
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Anatomy of Articulation and Resonation CSDI 4037/5037
Pitch changes result from changing the length and tension of the vocal folds The pitch you produce is based on the number of cycles (vocal fold vibrations)
7 Head and Neck Anatomy. 2 Landmarks of the Face and Oral Cavity Landmarks of the face Labial tubercle Labial commissure Vermilion border Labiomental.
Facial Bones Nasal Bones (2) Maxilla Bones (2) Lacrimal Bones (2) Zygomatic Bones (2) Palatine Bones (2) Inferior Nasal Conchae (2) Vomer Mandible.
Bones of the Skull.
Chapter 7 Muscles of the head and face.. Muscles of mastication Mastication = process of chewing “take your ‘TIME’ chewing your food. T = temporal Lifts.
Chapter 11, Part 1 Muscles of the Face. Fig. 11.2a Facial expression muscles originate in superficial fascia or on skull bones Insert into superficial.
Lips Teeth Tongue Palate Hard Soft Mandible Zemlin, pg 227.
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Muscles of Facial Expression. Levator Labii Superioris Origin: Frontal process of maxilla Insertion: Upper lip muscles and nasal cartilage. Action: Elevates.
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Face Muscles. Before we start… If you’re gonna rope calves, get your finger out of the way..
Scalp : layers, muscles, vessels, and innervations of the scalp The skin of the scalp continues from the front and lateral side of the face into the occipital.
The Head and Neck. Bones of the face –See ADAM Cranial nerves – review Trigeminal and facial nerves Muscles of the face Muscles of the neck –Anterior.
Vocal Tract Physiology December 2, 2014 Almost There… The final interim course project report is due today! I’ll get your last graded homeworks back.
Bones of the Face Nestor T. Hilvano, M.D., M.P.H..
Muscles of Facial Expression Lecture #4
Muscles Covered Scalp: Occipitofrontalis Temporoparietalis Auricularis group Eye: Orbicularis oculi Levator palpebrae superioris Corrugator supercilii.
Axial Skeleton Bones of the Skull.
Bones Of Head & Neck 1 Prof. Dr. Motaz Shieban Oncology Surgeon, General Surgeon Teacher of Anatomy & Surgery.
The Skeletal System Focus on the Skull.
Head, Neck and Face Muscles
Myology Muscles of the Face. 2 Muscles of Facial Expression Eye Muscles Orbicularis oculi –Under both conscious/unconscious control i.e. blinking –When.
The Skull. Seatwork: Which bone is known as the Keystone of the facial skeleton?
Facial Anatomy and Physiology
Bony framework – the skull Glands and muscles of facial expression Innervation somatic sensory somatic motor parasympathetic sympathetic Arteries and veins.
Principle Skeletal Muscles 1
Muscles of Eyes Position of eye controlled by six extrinsic muscles
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