Presentation on theme: "1 Cross-Sectional Anatomy Head Image Study CD. 2 Disclaimer This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded under the President’s Community-Based."— Presentation transcript:
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28 Legend for Slide #26 a.= Genu of Corpus Callosum b.= Body of Corpus Callosum c.= Pons d.= Sphenoid Sinus e.= Fourth Ventricle f.= Frontal Sinus g.= Splenium of Corpus Callosum h.= Tentorium Cerebelli
34 Mimetic Muscles / Legend for slide #32 The Mimetic muscles are the muscles of facial expression. Many originate or insert in the skin. All are innervated by the Facial nerve. Blood supply is from the ophthalmic, facial, submental, transverse facial and superficial temporal arteries. 1. Frontalis 2. Orbvicularis Oculi 3. Nasalis 6. Zygomaticus major 7. Zygomaticus minor 9. Orbicularis oris 16. Buccinator
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