DH 1330 Quiz 8 chapter 7 glandular tissue

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  1. At which of the following bony junctions does the nasolacrimal duct begin?

    Nasal and lacrimal bones
    Nasal and palatine bones
    Maxilla and nasal bone
    Maxilla and lacrimal bone
    Maxilla and lacrimal bone
  2. Which of the following exocrine glands
    produces 60% to 65% of the total volume of saliva for the oral cavity?

    Sublingual gland
    Submandibular gland
    Parotid gland
    Lacrimal gland
    Submandibular gland
  3. Which of the following glands can be
    palpated as part of an extraoral examination?

    Lacrimal gland
    Thyroid gland
    Parathyroid gland
    Thymus gland
    Thyroid gland
  4. Both the major and minor salivary glands are _______ glands.

    endocrine
    exocrine
    large
    small
    exocrine
  5. Which of the following nerves innervates the minor salivary glands?

    Fifth cranial nerve
    Seventh cranial nerve
    Ninth cranial nerve
    Twelfth cranial nerve
    Seventh cranial nerve
  6. Which of the following glands listed below is NOT an endocrine gland?

    Lacrimal gland
    Parathyroid gland
    Thyroid gland
    Thymus gland
    Lacrimal gland
  7. Which of the following glands can be palpated
    within the sublingual space in the floor of the mouth?

    Parotid gland
    Parathyroid gland
    Sublingual gland
    Submandibular gland
    Sublingual gland
  8. Which of the following glands wraps around the mylohyoid muscle?

    Parotid gland
    Von Ebner's glands
    Sublingual gland
    Submandibular gland
    Submandibular gland
  9. If there is an infection involving the submandibular salivary gland, what lymph nodes would be initially involved?

    Submental nodes
    Submandibular nodes
    Superior deep cervical nodes
    Inferior deep cervical nodes
    Submandibular nodes
  10. The lacrimal glands are considered exocrine glands because their secretion enters directly into the vascular system without the use of any ducts.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct but NOT related.

    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.

    The statement is NOT correct, but the reason is correct.

    NEITHER the statement NOR the reason is correct
    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.
  11. Which of the following glands secrete only a serous type of saliva?

    Parotid and submandibular glands
    Sublingual and submandibular glands
    Parotid and von Ebner's glands
    Sublingual and von Ebner's glands
    Parotid and von Ebner's glands
  12. Which type of secretion is produced from MOST minor salivary glands within the oral cavity?

    Only mucous secretion
    Only serous secretion
    Mainly mucous secretion
    Mainly serous secretion
    Mainly mucous secretion
  13. Which of the following lymph nodes are initially involved when the patient has  contracted mumps?

    Superior deep cervical nodes
    Deep parotid nodes
    Superficial parotid nodes
    Submandibular nodes
    Deep parotid nodes
  14. What is the location for the parathyroid glands?

    On the anterior surface of the thyroid gland

    Inferior to the hyoid bone, superficial and lateral to the trachea

    On or within the posterior surface of the thyroid gland

    In the parotid space, posterior to the ramus of the mandible
    On or within the posterior surface of the thyroid gland
  15. Which of the following lingual papillae are DIRECTLY associated with salivary glands?

    Circumvallate papillae
    Filiform papillae
    Foliate papillae
    Fungiform papillae
    Circumvallate papillae
  16. Which of the following glands is associated with Wharton's duct?

    Lacrimal gland
    Parotid gland
    Sublingual gland
    Submandibular gland
    Submandibular gland
  17. Which of the following nerves can be damaged during surgery on the  submandibular salivary gland?

    Cervical nerve
    Inferior alveolar nerve
    Lingual nerve
    Mental nerve
    Lingual nerve
  18. Which of the following nerves when damaged can affect the production of the serous type of saliva?

    Chorda tympani nerve
    Greater petrosal nerve
    Seventh cranial nerve
    Ninth cranial nerve
    Ninth cranial nerve
  19. Which of the ducts when blocked is involved in the formation of a ranula in the posterior floor of the mouth?

    Bartholin's duct
    Nasolacrimal duct
    Stensen's duct
    Wharton's duct
    Wharton's duct
  20. Which of the following arteries can be
    associated with bleeding with trauma to the sublingual salivary glands?

    Inferior thyroid artery
    Sublingual artery
    Facial artery
    Lingual artery
    Sublingual artery
  21. What is the relationship of the
    submandibular duct to the lingual nerve as it courses from posterior to anterior?

    Inferior and posterior to superior and anterior
    Inferior and medial to superior and lateral
    Lateral and anterior to medial and posterior
    Superior and lateral to inferior and medial
    Superior and lateral to inferior and medial
  22. The smaller palpebral part lies close to the eye, along the inner surface of the eyelid; if the upper eyelid is everted, the palpebral part can be seen.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true
    Both statements are true
  23. From the nasolacrimal sac, the lacrimal fluid continues into the nasolacrimal duct,  ultimately draining into the inferior nasal meatus. This connection explains why crying leads to extra saliva.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct but NOT related.

    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.

    The statement is NOT correct, but the reason is correct.

    NEITHER the statement NOR the reason is correct
    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT
  24. From the following list of descriptions, select which descriptions could be used for the lacrimal gland.

    Secretes a mucous fluid
    Innervated by parasympathetic fibers
    Drains into superficial parotid lymph nodes
    Lubricates inside of eyelids
    • Innervated by parasympathetic fibers
    • Drains into superficial parotid lymph nodes Lubricates inside of eyelids
  25. From the following list of descriptions, select which descriptions could be used for the thyroid gland.

    Produces parathyroid hormone
    Secretes thyroxine
    Visible and palpable if present
    Not visible or palpable
    • Secretes thyroxine
    • Visible and palpable if present
  26. From the following list of descriptions, select which descriptions could be used for the thymus gland.

    Matures lymphocytes
    Undergoes involution
    Easily palpable in mandibular region
    Innervated by branches of vagus nerve
    • Matures lymphocytes
    • Undergoes involution
    • Innervated by branches of vagus nerve
  27. From the following list of glands, select which glands DIRECTLY drain into the submandibular lymph nodes.

    Sublingual salivary gland
    Submandibular salivary gland
    Parotid salivary gland
    Thyroid gland
    Thymus gland
    • Sublingual salivary gland
    • Submandibular salivary gland
  28. From the following list of glands, select which glands DIRECTLY drain into the superior deep cervical lymph nodes.

    Sublingual salivary gland
    Submandibular salivary gland
    Parotid salivary gland
    Thyroid gland
    Thymus gland
    • Parotid salivary gland
    • Thyroid gland
  29. Which of the following glands could have an impact on the normal growth and development of the dental arches, primary and permanent dentitions?

    Pituitary
    Pineal
    Hypothalmus
    Parathyroid
    Pituitary
  30. The salivary glands may become blocked due to trauma or salivary stone formation. When this occurs in the minor salivary glands it is known as ________________?  

    a Tonsilith
    a Mucocele
    a Ranula
    the Mumps
    a Mucocele

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