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Muscles of the tongue Lingual artery and vein Structures in the floor of the mouth Glossopharyngeal nerve Hypoglossal nerve Kritchai Bespinyowong
Muscles of the tongue Extrinsic muscles Intrinsic muscles
Extrinsic muscles of the tongue Genioglossus muscle Hyoglossus muscle Styloglossus muscle Palatoglossus muscle
Superior fibersRetract tip of tongue Middle fibersProtrude tip Inferior fibers of tongue Action Safety muscle
Genioglossus muscle Bilateral actionDepress center of tongue Unilateral actionContralateral protrude of tongue Action
Hyoglossus muscle Styloglossus muscle Palatoglossus muscle
Hyoglossus muscle Action Depress side of tongue Retract tongue
Styloglossus muscle Action Elevate side of tongue Retract tongue
Palatoglossus muscle Action Elevate posterior part of tongue ทำให้ Isthmus of fauces แคบลง
Intrinsic muscles of the tongue Superior longitudinal muscle Inferior longitudinal muscle Transverse muscle Vertical muscle
Intrinsic muscles of the tongue
Nerve supply of muscles of tongue Hypoglosal nerve except palatoglossus muscle that supply by pharyngeal plexus
Lingual vein Venae comitantes Vena comitans nervi hypoglossi
Structures in the floor of the mouth Mylohyoid muscle Geniohyoid muscle Sublingual salivary gland Submandibular duct Submandibular ganglion
Mylohyoid muscle Geniohyoid muscle
Mylohyoid muscle Action Elevate hyoid bone and base of tongue Elevate floor of mouth depress mandible Nerve supply Mylohyoid nerve
Geniohyoid muscle Action Elevate hyoid bone and tongue Nerve supply C1 โดยผ่านมาทาง hypoglossal nerve
Sublingual salivary gland Submandibular duct
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SUBMANDIBULAR REGION I By Prof. Saeed Makarem 1 Prof. makarem.
SUBMANDIBULAR GLAND. Extends - from the body of the mandible to the hyoid bone. Contains - Submandilar and sublingual glands - Suprahyoid muscles - Extrinsic.
Submandibular Region It lies under cover of the body of the mandible between the mandible and the hyoid bone. It contains muscles; salivary glands; nerves;
Dr. Ahmed Fathalla Ibrahim. SUPRAHYOID MUSCLES DIGASTRIC MUSCLE: Origin: by 2 bellies: 1.Anterior belly: 1.Anterior belly: from digastric fossa of mandible.
By: Dr. Saeed Vohra. Region between the body of the mandible & the hyoid bone.
By: Prof. Saeed Makarem Prof. Saeed MakaremBy:. By the end of this session the students should know: Salivary Glands Submandibular & Sublingual Parasympathetic.
BY: DR. AYAT ELDOMOUKY Muscluar triangles of ……………….the neck.
Anatomy of Articulation Ch. 6 Part 2. Muscles of Face & Mouth Zygomatic Major Arises from the zygomatic bone and takes an oblique course inserting into.
The Mouth The mouth cavity is divided into vestibule & mouth cavity proper. Vestibule of mouth lies between lips + cheeks (buccinator) externally,
Oral Cavity. Objectives: Describe the boundaries of the oral cavity. Describe the normal anatomical structures of the oral cavity. Describe teeth and.
Dr. Mohamed Ahmad Taha Mousa Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Embryology.
Objectives: Describe the boundaries of the oral cavity. Describe the normal anatomical structures of the oral cavity. Describe teeth and their structure.
Dr. Zeenat Zaidi Extends from the lips to the oropharyngeal isthmus The oropharyngeal isthmus: Is the junction of mouth and pharynx. Is bounded:
Chapter 7 Muscles of the head and face.. Muscles of mastication Mastication = process of chewing “take your ‘TIME’ chewing your food. T = temporal Lifts.
Identify the boundaries of the infratemporal fossa. Boundaries: Lateral=Ramus of Mandible Anterior=Maxilla Medial=Lat. Pterygoid Plate Roof=Sphenoid Temporal.
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم والصلاة والس م علي نبينا محمد وعلي الة وصحبة اجمعين.
1-Lateral & medial pterygoids (muscles of mastication). 2-Branches of mandibular N. 3-Otic ganglion. 4- Chorda tympani. 5-Maxillary artery. 6-Pterygoid.
Muscles of Eyes Position of eye controlled by six extrinsic muscles Oculomotor muscles Originate on the surface of the orbit Innervation by oculomotor.
Anatomy II Head & Neck BY: DR.Yahya Alfarra CANADIAN BOARD IN DENTISTRY.
ANTERIOR TRIANGLE It is in front of the Sternomastoid muscle.
Muscles of the Head, Neck, and Face Ppt # Muscles of Facial Expression muscles that insert in the dermis and subcutaneous tissues tense the skin.
MOUTH CAVITY DR.AYAT ELDOMOUKY. ORAL ANATOMY GOOD OVERALL HEALTH STARTS WITH THE ORAL CAVITY…
CLINICAL ANATOMY OF ORAL CAVITY By Dr.Sanaa Alsharawy.
TONGUE. Tongue derived from 1 st -4 th branchial arches manipulates food for chewing and swallowing contains no bony supports for the muscles –the extrinsic.
The Cranial Nerves Olfactory (I) Optic (II) Occulomotor (III) Trochlear (IV) Trigeminal (V) Abducent (VI) Facial (VII) Vestibulocochlear (VIII) Glossopharyngeal.
In the name of God The mouth. Involved in: -Eating -Drinking -Tasting -Speaking -Breathing.
7 Head and Neck Anatomy. 2 Landmarks of the Face and Oral Cavity Landmarks of the face Labial tubercle Labial commissure Vermilion border Labiomental.
Muscles of Mastication. Muscles of mastication: The muscles of mastication moves the mandible during mastication and speech. They are: 1) Masseter2) Temporalis.
ANTERIOR TRIANGLE It is in front of the sternomastoid muscle. It is in front of the sternomastoid muscle.
Lips Teeth Tongue Palate Hard Soft Mandible Zemlin, pg 227.
Oral Cavity & Salivery Glands Head & Neck Unit – Lecture 10 د. حيدر جليل الأعسم.
Vocal Tract Physiology April 5, 2013 The Toolkit There are four primary active articulators in speech. (articulators we can move around ) 1.The lips.
Anterior triangle Dr. Lubna Nazli Associate Professor Anatomy 1.
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ORAL CAVITY. Skeletal Framework Hard palate: Hard palate: Anterior two-thirds of palate. Palatine folds of maxillae. Palatines. Soft palate: Soft palate:
Vocal pedagogy Articulatory anatomy. Filter Every structure in the vocal tract above the vocal folds acts in some way as a filter for the sound produced.
Oral Cavity By Dr. Shawky M. Tayel Dr. Safaa Ahmed - Professor of Anatomy, Embryology & Human Genetics Anatomy Dep., Alexandria Faculty of Medicine, Anatomy.
Anatomy of the neck By Dr. Rasha Sabry. بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم ”وفي أنفسكم أفلا تبصرون“
Muscles of facial expression. Muscles of mastication. Muscles of soft palate. Muscles of tongue.
ملخص السعادة Anatomy GIT. Mylohyoid muscle Nerve supply: Mylohyoid nerve.
Salivary glands. Objectives: Enlist the salivary glands. Define their location. Discuss the parotid gland. Where does the parotid duct open. Describe.
Triangles of the neck The neck is divided by the sternocleidomastoid muscle, which run obliquely downward and forward from the mastoid process and the.
The Neck Xiaoming Zhang Department of Human Anatomy School of Medicine Zhejiang University.
SPPA 2050 Speech Anatomy & Physiology1 Soft Palate.
NERVES OF THE NECK. Main Nerves of the neck 1. Vagus nerve. 2. Accessory nerve. 3. Hypoglossal nerve. 4. Cervical part of sympathetic trunk. 5. Cervical.
The Digestive System in the Head and Neck. The Mouth The Lips The lips are two fleshy folds that surround the oral orifice They are covered on the outside.
ANTERIOR TRIANGLE of the NECK. Borders Superior: Superior:Mandible. Posterior: Posterior: Sternocleidomastoid (anterior border). Anterior: Anterior: Midline.
Muscles of the Face 1. Orbicularis oris superior/ orbicularis oris inferior 2. Muscles inserting into upper lip – Zygomatic minor – Levator labii superioris.
1 Supralaryngeal Anatomy. 2 Muscles of Face Facial muscles are devoid of facial sheaths (characteristic of skeletal muscle) Size, shape & extent of development.
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