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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
= forebrain (cerebrum) = 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
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