Muscles in the head & Neck

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Muscles in the head & Neck
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muscles in the head and neck. Lesson 12
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  1. Muscles of mastication are are made up of 4 muscles that allow you to chew. What are they?

    A)Temporals, masseter, medial and lateral pterygoids
  2. This muscle is scallop shaped that lie above, behind and below the ears. Can be a majot contibuting factor to TMJ

    A) Temporalis
    B) Lateral Pteygloid
    C) Medial Pterygoid
    D) Masseter
    A) Temporalis
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  3. Name this muscle
    O: Temporal Foss
    I: Coronoid process of the mandible
    A: Elevates and retracts madible

    A) Temporalis
    B) Masseter
    C) Lateral Pteygloid
    D) Medial Pterygoid
    A) Temporalis
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  4. Lbs for lbs this mucle is the strongest muscle in the body. It is strong enoough to to chew off a digit and can also contributes to  TMJD

    A) Temporalis
    B) Masseter
    C) Lateral Pteygloid
    D) Medial Pterygoid
    • B) Masseter
  5. Name this mucles
    Orgin: Zygomatic Arch
    I: Mandibular angle, arch and armus
    A: Evevates the and profracts the jaw

    A) Temporalis
    B) Masseter
    C) Lateral Pteygloid
    D) Medial Pterygoid
    B) Masseter
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  6. This mucele produces lateral mandibular movements (unilateral)
    Depresses and protracts the mandible.
    I: Condylar process of the mandible, temporomandiblar joint capsule
    O: Pterygoid plate and wing of the sphenoid bone 

    A) Lateral Pterygoid
    B) Medial Pterygoid
    C) Masseter
    D) Temporalis
    • A) Lateral Pterygoid
  7. This mucle prodices ladetral mandibular movement (unilateral), elevates and protracts the mandible (bilateral)
    O: Pterygoid process of schnenoid process 
    I: Mandible angle and ramus (interior surface)

    A) Medial Pterygoid
    B) Temporalis
    C) Lateral Pterygoid
    D) Masseter
    A) Medial Pterygoid
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. This mucels has two heads one on the sternum, other on the clavicle. It is the only muscle that moves the head without any attachment to vertebral colum. Borders the anterior triangle and can frequently cause headaches

    A) Sternocleidomastoid
    B) Scalenes
    C) Splenius Capitris
    D) Suboccipitals
    • A) Sternocleidomastoid
  9. O: Mandible of sternum, medial ⅓ of clavicleI: Mastoid process, lateral half of superior nuchal lineAction: lateral neck flexion (unilateral & bilateral), rotation of the head

    A) Suboccipitals
    B) Splenius Capitris
    C) Sternocleidomastoid
    D) Scalenes
    C) Sternocleidomastoid
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. This muscles means uneven and is a group of 3 muscles. These muscles are lateral to SCM, medial to trapezius.

    A) Sternocleidomastoid
    B) Scalenes
    C) Splenius Capitris
    D) Suboccipitals
    • B) Scalenees
  11. O: Ant. TP C3-C6, Med. TP C2-C7, Post TP-C4-C6
    I: Ant & Med: Rib 1, Post: Rib 2
    A: Lateral flexion of neck, rotates head (unilateral), elevates ribs

    A) Sternocleidomastoid
    B) Splenius Capitris
    C) Scalenes
    D) Suboccipitals
    C) Scalenes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. These muscle is known as the bandage muscle and lie deep to the trapezius and rhomboids

    A) Suboccipitals
    B) Scalenes
    C) Sternocleidomastoid
    D) Splenius Muscles
    D) Splenius Muscles
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. The Rectus Capitis Posterior Major and Minor, obliq capitus Superior and Inferior make up what?
    • Suboccipitals
  14. This mucles means straight head

    A) Oblique Capitis
    B) Rectus Capitis
    C) Splendus Cervicis
    D) Longus Capitis
    B) Rectus Capitis
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  15. This mucles means long head

    A) Rectus Capitis
    B) Splendus Cervicis
    C) Oblique Capitis
    D) Longus Capitis
    D) Longus Capitis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. This mucle is part of the prevertebral group that help maintain the anterior curve

    O: TP of C3-5
    I: Occipital bone
    A: Laterally flexes and flexes neck 

    A) Splendus Cervics
    B) Splenius Capitis
    C) Longus Capitis
    D) Longus Colli
    C) Longus Capitis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. This mucle means splint or bandage neck

    O: SP of T3-T6
    I: TP of C1-C3
    A: rotates and extens the head, laterally flexes the neck

    A) Longus Capitus
    B) Splenius Capitis
    C) Longus Colli 
    D) Splenius Cervicis
    D) Splenius Cervicis

    Capitis = Head
    Colli = Collar
    Cervivalis = Neck
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. These mucles are diangle meaning they rotate (Oblique) There are two oblique mucles. Which one ectends and laterally rotates the head

    A) Obique Capitis Superior
    B) Oblique Capitis Inferior
    • A) Obique Capitis Superior
  19. This mucle means pertaining to the back of head and referring to the frontal bone

    This mucle moves the scalp over the cranium (occipitals), elevates the eyebrows (frontal), horizontally wrinkles the skin

    A) Occipitofrontalis
    B) Orbicularis Oculi
    C) Orbicularis Oris
    D) Platasma
    • A) Occipitofrontalis
  20. Name this muscle
    O: Orbital margin
    I: Superficial fasa beneath upper eyelids
    A: Closes eyelids and folds skin around orbit, squint eyelids

    A) Platasma
    B) Occipitofrontalis
    C) Orbicularis Oculi
    D) Orbicularis Oris
    C) Orbicularis Oculi

    Oculi= eye
    Oris= mouth
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. This mucle tenses the skin around anterior neck, pulls the corner of the mouth downward and backwards  and depresses the mandible

    A) Platasma
    B) Occipitofrontalis
    C) Orbicularis Oris
    D) Orbicularis Oculi
    A) Platasma

    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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