OROFACIAL REVIEW

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OROFACIAL REVIEW
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SPRUILL, 441 SPEECH SCIENCE, SUMMER 2013
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  1. name the parts of the orofacial cavity
    goes from lips to anterior (palatoglossal arch) and posterior (palatopharyngeal arch) faucial pillars and includes:

    •   -hard palate
    •   -soft palate
    •   -uvula
    •   -tongue
  2. name the parts of the nasal cavity
    • nares to velopharynx
    • nasopharynx includes:

    •   -posterior to the nose
    •   -superior to the level of the soft palate
    •   -pharyngeal tonsil
    •   -orifice of pharyngotympanic tube
  3. name the parts of the oropharynx
    • posterior to the mouth (beginning at the anterior and posterior faucial pillars)
    • form soft palate to the base to the tongue
    • palatine tonsils
  4. name the landmarks of the laryngopharynx
    • posterior to the larynx
    • from epiglottis to the inferior border of cricoid cartilage
  5. what is the difference  in a male vocal tract and a female vocal tract?
    • men have longer airwarys
    • men have proportionately longer pharynx than women
  6. how does an infants vocal tract differ from that of an adult vocal tract?
    • larynx high in neck
    • close proximity between tongue, soft palate, pharynx, and larynx
    •   -FACILITATES BREATHING
    • oral cavity smaller because mandible proportionately smaller
    •   -makes tongue seem proportionately larger
  7. when does the brain grow to adult size
    by 6 or 8 years
  8. how fast does the facial bones of the face grow
    • grow at the same rate as the rest of body and adult like by 16-18
    • grow based on forces exerted on the bone (functional matrix theory)
  9. Are these bones single or paired?
      frontal bone
      parietal
      temporal
      occipital
      ethmoid
      sphenoid?
    • frontal=single
    • parietal=paired
    • temporal=paired
    • occipital=single
    • ethmoid=single
    • sphenoid=single
  10. paired of single bones of the face
    zygomatic
    nasal
    lacrimal
    vomer
    inferior nasal concha
    palatine
    maxilla
    mandible
    • zygomatic=paired
    • nasal=paired
    • lacrimal=paired
    • vomer=single
    • inferior nasal concha=paired
    • palatine=paired
    • maxilla=paired
    • mandible=single
  11. describe the mandible
    • only movable bone in craniofacial skeleton
    • temporomandibular joint: btw the condyle of the mandible and the temporal bone
    • coronoid porcess, ramus, angle
    • mylohyoid line, digastric fossa, mandibular symphysis.
  12. describe the hyoid bone
    • suspended by the muscles in the neck and is just above larynx
    • supports the larynx and the tongue
  13. what are the muscles of the face innervated by
    CN VII
  14. obicularis oris
    • oral sphincter
    • fibers fro several facial mm run toward lips to form the orb oris
    • function is to purse and retract lips
  15. buccinator
    • origin=mandible, maxilla
    • insertion=angle of the mouth
    • functions=expand the cheeks, retract corners of mouth
  16. risorius
    • org=fascia over masseter
    • ins=corner of the mouth
    • function retract mouth
  17. levator labii superioris
    • org=maxilla and infraorbital region
    • ins=skin of upper lip and alar cartilage of nose
    • function=lift upper lip, speaking, biting etc
  18. zygomaticus
    • major and minor sections are present
    • org=zygomatic bone
    • ins=angle of the mouth
    • func=elevate upper lip, smiling
  19. depessor labii inferiorus
    • org=mandible
    • ins=lower lip
    • func=pull bottom lip down, pouting
  20. metalis
    • org=mandible
    • ins=orbicularis ors and skin of chin
    • func=wrinkle chin, raise lower lip
  21. depressor anguli oris
    • org=mandible
    • ins=angle of mouth
    • func=pulls corners of the mouth, pouting
  22. levator anguli oris
    • org=maxilla
    • ins=angle of the mouth
    • func=pulls corners of mouth up

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