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2010-07-22 19:33:14

chapter 5
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  1. Muscle tissue is not stimululated by:
    Dry ice
  2. The ______ draws the corners of the mouth up and back, as in grinning
  3. The 5th cranial nerve is also known as the:
  4. What does the infratrochlear nerve affect?
    Membrane of the nose
  5. What are the two main glands that make up the endocrine system?
    Endocrine and exocrine
  6. The largest, most complex nerve tissue in the human body is
  7. Metabolism is essential to all living organisms because it:
    Noirishes cells
  8. Identify the primary role of connective tissue:
    Supports, protects, and binds together other tissues of the body
  9. The thorax is made up of:
    The sternum, spine, ribs and connective cartilage
  10. The muscular system
    Covers skeleton tissue
  11. Muscle tissue includes:
    Striated, non-striated and cardiac
  12. Supinators are muscles that:
    Rotate the radius outward
  13. Functions of the cerebrum include:
    Sends messages such as thought, hearing and sight
  14. Branches of te fifth cranial nerve include:
    Opthalmic nerve, maxillary nerve and mandibular nerve
  15. The great auricular nerve affects the:
    Face, ears, scalp and partoid gland
  16. The thyroid gland:
    Controls how quickly the bosy burns energy, makes protein and howsensitive the body should be to other hormones
  17. the body has ______ systems
  18. the skeleton has _____ bones
  19. muscles are connected to the bones by _________
  20. bones are connected to each other by ________
  21. place where bones meet one another is called _______
  22. The primary functions of the skeletal system are to:
    (5 items)
    • give shape and support the body
    • protect various internal structures and organs
    • serve as attachments for muscles and act as levers to produce body movement
    • help produce both white and red blood cells
    • store most of the body's calcium supply as well as phosphorus, magnesium and sodium
  23. There are two types of joints
    movable and immovable
  24. the human head contains ______ bones
  25. The cranium is formed by ______ bones
  26. The face consists of _______ bones
  27. the hindmost bone of the skull
  28. forms the sides and crown of the cranium (2 bones)
  29. forms the forehead
  30. forms the sides of the head in the ear region (2 bones)
  31. light, spongy bone between the eye sockets that forms part of the nasal cavities
  32. joins all the bones in the cranium together
  33. forms the bridge of the nose (2 bones)
  34. the smallest and most fragile bones of the face, situated at the front inside part of the eye socket
  35. cheekbones
    zygomatic or malar bones
  36. upper jaw (2 bones)
  37. lower jawbone, largest and strongets bone of the face, only movable bone
  38. thin layers of spongy bone on either of the outer walls of the nasal depression
  39. a flat, thin bone that forms part of the nasal septum
  40. roof of the mouth (2 bones)
  41. U-shaped bone at the base of the tongue that supports the songue and its muscles
    hyoid bone
  42. clavical and scapula join together to form
    the shoulder girdle
  43. bones of the fingers. there are three in each finger totalling 14 bones
  44. muscles that move the bones
  45. smooth muscles
  46. involuntary muscle
  47. muscles that do not do very much but have many pressure points
    functionless muscles
  48. the muscle that rotates the shoulder blade
  49. large, flat, triangular muscle that covers the lower back
    l. dorsi
  50. the muscle that covers the back of the neck and upper middle region of the back
  51. the largest cranial nerve
    fifth cranial nerve
  52. chief sensory nerve of the face
    5th cranial nerve
  53. chief motor nerve of the muscles that control chewing
    5th cranial nerve
  54. 5th cranial nerve consists of 3 branches
    opthalmic, mandibular and maxillary
  55. the following branches of the 5th cranial nerve are affected by facial or lymphatic massage. (8 branches)
    • auriculotemporal
    • infraorbital
    • infratrochlear
    • mental nerve
    • nasal nerve
    • supraorbital
    • supratrochlear
    • zygomatic
  56. Affects the external ear and skin above the temple up to the top of the skull
    auriculotemporal nerve
  57. affects the skin of the lower eyelid, side of the nose, upper lip and mouth
    infraorbital nerve
  58. Affects the membrane and skin of the nose
    infratrochlear nerve
  59. Affects the skin of the lower lip and chin (sensory)
    mental nerve
  60. Affects the point and lower side of the nose
    Nasal Nerve
  61. Affects the skin of the forehead, scalp, eyebrow and upper eyelid.
    supraorbital nerve
  62. Affects the skin between the eyes and upper side of the nose
    supratrochlear nerve
  63. Affects the muscles of the upper part of the cheek
    Zygomatic nerve
  64. AKA trifacial to trigumentary nerve
    5th cranial nerve
  65. Chief motor nerve of the face
    7th Cranial nerve
  66. Affects the muscles of the mouth
    buccal nerve
  67. Affects the side of the neck and the platysma muscle
    cervical nerves
  68. Affects the muscles of the chin and lower lip
    mandibular nerve
  69. Affects the muscles behind the ear at the base of the skull
    posterior auricular nerve
  70. Affects the muscles of the temple, side of the forehead, eyebrow, eyelid and upper part of the cheek.
    temporal nerve
  71. Affects the muscles of the upper part of the cheek
    Zygomatic nerve
  72. Branches of this tripartite nerve all contain sensory fibers that relay signals from the head, face, and teeth; the motor fibers innervate the chewing muscles.
    5th crainal nerve
  73. Branches of this nerveinnervate the taste buds, the skin of the external ear, and the salivary and lacrimental glands. The also control muscles used in facial expression
    7th Cranial nerve (facial)