DH 1330 quiz 5 chap 4 muscles

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  1. The ______ of a muscle is generally attached to the LEAST movable structure

    insertion
    origin
    middle
    beginning
    Origin
  2. Which of the following muscles originates on the inferior border of the mandible and inserts at each of the labial commissures?

    Levator anguli oris muscle
    Depressor labii inferioris muscle
    Depressor anguli oris muscle
    Orbicularis oris muscle
    Depressor anguli oris muscle
  3. Which of the following muscles is NOT considered a suprahyoid muscle?

    Digastric muscle
    Mylohyoid muscle
    Stylohyoid muscle
    Sternothyroid muscle
    sternothyroid muscle
  4. Which of the following muscles raises each labial commissure of the lips to contribute to a smile?

    Zygomaticus major muscle
    Buccinator muscle
    Platysma muscle
    Epicranius muscle
    zygomaticus major muscle
  5. Which of the following intraoral landmarks is one of the origins of the buccinator muscle?

    Maxillary tuberosity
    Pterygomandibular raphe
    Glossopalatine arch
    Internal oblique ridge
    pterygomandibular raphe
  6. Which of the following muscles is considered an extrinsic tongue muscle that retracts the tongue?

    Palatoglossus muscle
    Inferior longitudinal muscle
    Styloglossus muscle
    Genioglossus muscle
    styloglossus muscle
  7. All three pharyngeal constrictors work to raise the pharynx and larynx during

    swallowing
    gagging
    sneezing
    chewing
    swallowing
  8. Which of the following muscles inserts onto the coronoid process?  

    Lateral pterygoid muscle
    Masseter muscle
    Medial pterygoid muscle
    Temporalis muscle
    Temporalis muscle
  9. When swallowing, what do the suprahyoid
    muscles do?

    Elevate the hyoid bone
    Depress the hyoid bone
    Retract the hyoid bone
    Depress the mandible
    elevate the hyoid bone
  10. Into which of the following categories of head and neck muscles is the omohyoid muscle placed?

    Intrinsic tongue muscle
    Extrinsic tongue muscle
    Suprahyoid muscle
    Infrahyoid muscle
    Infrahyoid muscle
  11. Which of the following muscles originates on the inferior border of the mandible and inserts into the skin tissue of the chin?

    Depressor labii inferioris muscle
    Mentalis muscle
    Depressor anguli oris muscle
    Orbicularis oris muscle
    mentalis muscle
  12. Which of the following muscles works to
    protrude the tongue?

    Hyoglossus muscle
    Styloglossus muscle
    Genioglossus muscle
    Superior longitudinal muscles
    Genioglossus muscle
  13. Extrinsic tongue muscles are innervated
    by the _____ cranial nerve.

    fifth
    Seventh
    ninth
    twelfth
    twelfth
  14. Which of the following muscles BOTH elevates the tongue and depresses the soft palate during swallowing?

    Levator veli palatini muscle
    Palatoglossus muscle
    Palatopharyngeal muscle
    Muscle of the uvula
    palatoglossus muscle
  15. Which of the following muscles can show enlargement due to repetitive muscle contraction associated with clenching of the teeth in a patient?

    Buccinator muscle
    Masseter muscle
    Temporalis muscle
    Zygomatic muscle
    masseter muscle
  16. Which of the following muscles divides the neck region into anterior and posterior cervical triangles?

    Omohyoid muscle
    Platysma muscle
    Sternocleidomastoid muscle
    Trapezius muscle
    Sternocleidomastoid muscle
  17. Which of the following muscles listed
    below does NOT serve to elevate the upper lip?

    Levator anguli oris muscle
    Levator labii superioris alaeque nasi muscle
    Risorius muscle
    Zygomaticus major muscle
    Risorius muscle
  18. Which of the following muscles when
    unilaterally contracted deviates the mandible to one side?

    Masseter muscle
    Lateral pterygoid muscle
    Medial pterygoid muscle
    Temporalis muscle
    Lateral pterygoid muscle
  19. Which of the following muscles when
    contracted dilates the nostrils?

    Orbicularis oris muscle
    Levator labii superioris muscle
    Levator anguli oris muscle
    Levator labii superioris alaeque nasi muscle
    Levator labii superioris alaeque nasi muscle
  20. Which of the following muscles will serve to depress the lower lip?

    Depressor labii inferioris and depressor anguli oris muscles
    Depressor labii inferioris and orbicularis oris muscles
    Depressor labii inferioris and mentalis muscles
    Depressor labii inferioris and risorius muscles
    Depressor labii inferioris and depressor anguli oris muscles
  21. Which of the following muscles when contracted causes a surprised facial expression on a patient?

    Corrugator supercilii muscle
    Epicranius muscle
    Orbicularis oculi muscle
    Zygomaticus major muscle
    Epicranius muscle
  22. On what structure do BOTH heads of the
    masseter muscle originate?

    Zygomatic process of the maxilla
    Coronoid process
    Zygomatic process of the frontal bone
    Zygomatic arch
    Zygomatic arch
  23. Which of the following muscles when contracted allows for the retraction of the mandible?

    Masseter muscle
    Temporalis muscle
    Lateral pterygoid muscle
    Medial pterygoid muscle
    Temporalis muscle
  24. What are the two parts of the epicranial muscle named?

    Frontal and occipital bellies
    Superior and inferior bellies
    Anterior and posterior bellies
    Superior and inferior heads
    Superficial and deep heads
    Frontal and Occipital bellies
  25. Which of the following are considered
    cervical muscles?

    Masseter and medial pterygoid muscles
    Medial and lateral pterygoid muscles
    Sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles
    Buccinator and epicranial muscles
    Sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles
  26. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER

    From the following list of muscles, select which are considered muscles of facial expression.

    Buccinator
    Risorius
    Platysma
    Temporalis
    Masseter
    Buccinator, Risorius, Platysma
  27. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER

    From the following list of muscles, select which are considered muscles of mastication.

    Buccinator
    Risorius
    Platysma
    Temporalis
    Masseter
    Temporalis, Masseter
  28. From the following list of muscles, select which are considered suprahyoid muscles.

    Digastric
    Mylohyoid
    Stylohyoid
    Sternothyroid
    Omohyoid
    Digastric, Mylohyoid, Stylohyoid
  29. From the following list of muscles, select which are considered infrahyoid muscles.

    Digastric
    Mylohyoid
    Stylohyoid
    Sternothyroid
    Omohyoid
    Sternothyroid, Omohyoid
  30. From the following list of muscles, select which muscles create the faucial pillars in the oral cavity.

    Palatoglossus
    Tensor veli palatini
    Palatopharyngeus
    Levator veli palatini
    Palatoglossus, palatopharyngeus
  31. Facial paralysis can be either temporary or permanent when involving which of the following patient case histories?

    Trigeminal neuralgia
    Cerebrovascular accident
    Parotid salivary gland cancer
    Peripheral neurectomy
    Cerebrovascular accident, Parotid salivary gland cancer

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