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Introduction to Head and Neck Anatomy Sanjaya Adikari Department of Anatomy 1
Boundaries of the head & neck Spinous process of C 7 Acromian 2
Bones 3 Facial skeleton Cervical Vertebrae Skull vault Skull base
Spinal cord Foramen magnum Brain and the spinal cord 4
5 CNSPNS Somatic CNSPNS Autonomic Nervous sytem
1 34 5 6 = forebrain (cerebrum) 1 5 4 3 6 2 2 + = midbrain = hindbrain 43 5 = brainstem midbrain pons medulla Main divisions of the brain 6
Cranial nerves 7
Studying cranial nerves Should know 1.Position of nucleus 2.Course within brain stem 3.Emerging point from brain stem 4.Point of exit from the cranial cavity 5.Extracranial course 6.Distribution 8
Spinal Nerves 10
11 Afferent (sensory) SomaticVisceral Efferent (motor) VoluntaryInvoluntary/Autonomic Eye Ear Nose Tongue Body Mind Contract OR Secrete
Muscles of facial expression Frontalis Orbicularis oculi Orbicularis oris Zygomaticus minor & major Levator labii muscles & levator anguli oris Depressor anguli oris Buccinator 12
Muscles of mastication Temporalis Masseter Lateral pterygoid Medial pterygoid 13
Parotid region 14
Temporal fossa 15
Infratemporal Fossa 16
Suboccipital region 17
Pterygopalatine Fossa 18
Triangles of the neck 19
Compartments of the neck 21
Lymph nodes in the head & neck 22
Head and Neck Muscles. Facial Muscles masseter risorius buccinator epicranial aponeurosis occipitalis frontalis.
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.
Bony framework – the skull Glands and muscles of facial expression Innervation somatic sensory somatic motor parasympathetic sympathetic Arteries and veins.
Muscles of Face And Scalp Dr. Sama ul Haque. Objectives Explain the muscle of scalp with their origin, insertion, nerve supply and action. Identify the.
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.
FACE, EYELIDS, LACRIMAL APPARATUS & SCALP Steven J. Zehren, Ph.D.
1. By Dr. Fekry Shata Assistant prof. of anatomy & embryology Faculty of Dentistry Majmaa university FACIAL NERVE 7 TH CRANIAL NERVE.
Facial Anatomy and Physiology NVQ Level 2 Beauty Therapy.
MUSCLES OF THE HEAD Upload 8.18 “Muscles of the dead worksheet” to eBackpack.
PERSONAL CARE ANATOMY ORGANISM COMPLEXITY SYSTEMS OF THE BODY Circulatory System Nervous system Reproductive System Endocrine System Lymphatic and Immune.
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Biology 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology Week 10; Lecture 1; Monday Dr. Stuart S. Sumida Soft Tissues of the Head – Parts I & II.
Muscles of the Cranium, Face and Neck (Which Influence Surface Form)
TMJ, Face, Skull. TMJ Mandibular fossa of temporal bone with condyle of mandible Incongruent surfaces Two joint cavities with articular disc interposed.
Set 1 Muscles Face, Head, and Neck. frontalis cranial aponeurosis temporalis occipitalis orbicularis oculi zygomaticus (major and minor) buccinator masseter.
The Face and Facial Expression 235 Human Anatomy Dr Stuart Bunt.
Include muscles that move the face, tongue, and larynx Responsible for verbal and nonverbal communication, eating, and control of eye movements
Facial Muscles. Cranial Nerve 7 Innervates the muscles of the face Non verbal expressions.
FACE AND SCALP Dr. Lubna Nazli Associate Professor Anatomy.
Prof. Saeed Abuel Makarem. OBJECTIVES By the end of the lecture, you shouldbe able to: List the nuclei of deep origin of the trigeminal and facial nerves.
Trigeminal Nerve. Trigeminal nerve Largest & one of most complex cranial nerves Mixed nerve Large sensory part & much smaller motor part Sensory component.
© 2013 Pearson Education, Inc. Muscles of the Head Two groups –Muscles of facial expression –Muscles of mastication and tongue movement.
Sensory Nerves of the face The skin of the face is supplied by branches of the trigeminal nerve, except for a small area over the angle of the mandible.
Trigeminal Nerve D.Nimer D.Rania Gabr D.Safaa D.Elsherbiny.
Levator labii superioris Zygomaticus major Masseter Zygomaticus minor Orbicularis oculi Levator anguli oris Orbicularis oris Depressor anguli oris Buccinator.
Chapter 13 Review of The Cranial Nerves. Cranial Nerve I: Olfactory Passes through the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone Fibers run through the olfactory.
Muscles of the Head, Face, & Neck. Frontalis Muscles of the Head, Face, & Neck Frontalis Occipitalis.
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Muscles of the Head Muscle of the Body. Muscles of Facial Expression.
CRANIAL NERVES HAPS-I Course Special Project JULIANN GARZA, PA-C, MS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN.
Head and Face Anatomy. The soft tissue that covers the vault of skull Extends from supraorbital margin to superior nuchal line.
Summary of Function of Cranial Nerves. 1. Olfactory nerve 2. Optic nerve 3. Oculomotor nerve 4. Trochlear nerve 5. Trigeminal nerve 6. Abducent nerve.
Face Muscles. Before we start… If you’re gonna rope calves, get your finger out of the way..
Muscles of the Face, Head and Neck. Muscles of the face originate on the surface of the skull and insert into the dermis of the skin…when the muscles.
Prof. Saeed Abuel Makarem. OBJECTIVES By the end of the lecture, students should be able to: List the nuclei of the deep origin of the trigeminal and.
Lecture: 9 Anatomy and Physiology of the Facial Nerve 1 Dr. Eyad M. Hussein Ph.D of Neurology Consultant in Neurology Department, Nasser Hospital, Assistant.
Muscle of the Face Lab 2. The superficial muscles move skin and ears, eyelids, nose, and lips to produce facial expression. 1- The platysma m 2- orbicularis.
Muscles of Arm Head, Face and Neck Muscles of Head and Neck.
Unit 6 Day 3 Anatomy If you run after two hares you will catch neither. Thomas Fuller.
What are the three types of muscle? Which two muscle types are involuntary? Which is voluntary?
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.
The Facial Nerve: Functional Components and Anatomy.
Muscles of the Head, Neck, and Face Ppt # Muscles of Facial Expression muscles that insert in the dermis and subcutaneous tissues tense the skin.
Nervous System Axons Take information away from the cell body Dendrites Bring information to the cell body.
By : Prof Saeed Abuel Makarem & Dr.Sanaa Alshaarawi.
Nerve :-A nerve is an enclosed, cable- like bundle of axons (the long, slender projections of neurons) A cranial nerve nucleus:- is a collection head.
Related Anatomy Unit 6 Central NERVOUS SYSTEM 1. Name the 2 DIVISIONS of the Nervous System CENTRAL brain and spinal cord PERIPHERAL all nerves outside.
Frontalis & Occipitalis Platysma Orbicularis oculi Obribularis oris Zygomaticus Levator labii superioris.
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