DH 1330 quiz 12 chapter 11

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  1. The fascia consists of layers of epithelial tissue. The fascia lies underneath the skin and also surrounds the muscles, bones, vessels, nerves, organs, and other structures of the body.

    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.
    The first statement is false; the second is true.

    The first statement is false. The fascia consists of layers of fibrous connective tissue. The second statement is true. The fascia lies underneath the skin and also surrounds the muscles, bones, vessels, nerves, organs, and other structures of the body.
  2. Which fascia is NOT included in the layers of the deep fasciae of the face and jaws?

    Brachial fascia
    Temporal fascia
    Masseteric-parotid fascia
    Pterygoid fascia
    brachial fasica

    Brachial fascia is investing fascia in the arm and NOT in the face and jaws.
  3. Which of the following statements is
    the BEST description of investing fascia?

    It is a tube of deep cervical fasciae, deep to the sternocleidomastoid muscle, running inferiorly along each side of the neck from the base of the skull to the thorax.

    It is the most external layer of deep cervical fasciae that surrounds the neck, continuing onto the masseteric-parotid fascia.

    It is a single, midline tube of deep cervical fasciae running inferiorly along the neck, surrounding the airway and food way including the trachea, esophagus, and thyroid gland.

    It is the deepest layer of the deep cervical fasciae, which covers the vertebrae, spinal column, and associated muscles.
    It is the most external layer of deep cervical fasciae that surrounds the neck, continuing onto the masseteric-parotid fascia.
  4. Which of the following structures listed below is NOT found within the carotid sheath?

    Internal carotid artery
    Common carotid artery
    Eleventh cranial nerve or accessory nerve
    Internal jugular vein
    Eleventh cranial nerve or accessory nerve

    • The tenth cranial nerve or the vagus nerve is within the carotid sheath, NOT the eleventh
    • cranial nerve or accessory nerve. Cranial nerve XI or the accessory nerve exits the skull through the jugular foramen, between the occipital and temporal bones
  5. Which of the following fasciae surrounds the trachea, esophagus, and thyroid gland in the neck?

    Vertebral fascia
    Visceral fascia
    Buccopharyngeal fascia
    Prevertebral fascia
    Visceral fascia

    The visceral fascia surrounds the airway and food way including the trachea, esophagus, and thyroid gland.
  6. Which of the following fasciae is also known as pretracheal fascia?

    Visceral fascia
    Prevertebral fascia
    Buccopharyngeal fascia
    Investing fascia
    Visceral fascia
  7. A dental professional MUST have knowledge of the anatomic aspects of the spaces of the head and neck when examining a patient BECAUSE these spaces can be involved in infections arising in dental tissue.

    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.
    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related

    • The statement is correct. Dental professionals must know the anatomic aspects of the spaces because it allows the dental  professional to form a three-dimensional view of the head and neck anatomy and it also will permit the dental professional to identify and understand possible infections occurring
    • within the head and neck. The reason is also correct because these spaces communicate with each other directly, as well as through their blood and lymph vessels. In addition, the statement and the reason are related. Both relate to the spaces, the role of the spaces, and the importance of considering these spaces during the patient examination
  8. Where is the vestibular space of the mandible located?

    Envelopes parotid salivary gland
    Superior to upper lip
    Between buccinator muscle and oral mucosa
    Lateral to buccinator muscle
    Between buccinator muscle and oral mucosa
  9. Which space contains BOTH part of the
    mandible and the inferior alveolar nerve and vessels?

    You
    Answered

    Pterygomandibular space

    The pterygomandibular space contains only a part of the inferior alveolar nerve and
    vessels and NOT the mandible.

    Correct
    Answer

    Space within body of mandible

    Submental space

    Submandibular space
    ????????
  10. In which of the following spaces is the pterygoid plexus of veins located?

    Parotid space
    Temporal space
    Infratemporal space
    Buccal space
    Parapharyngeal space
    Infratemporal space
  11. The vestibular space of the maxilla is
    located medial to the buccinator muscle and inferior to the attachment of this muscle along the alveolar process of the maxilla. This space communicates with the maxillary anterior teeth and associated periodontium.

    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
    The first statement is true; the second is false

    • The first statement is true. The vestibular space of the maxilla is located medial to the
    • buccinator muscle and inferior to the  attachment of this muscle along the alveolar process of the maxilla. The second statement is false. This space communicates with the maxillary molar teeth and associated periodontium, NOT the maxillary anterior teeth and associated periodontium
  12. Which of the following spaces does the canine space communicate with?

    Buccal space
    Temporal space
    Masticator space
    Vestibular space of the maxilla
    Buccal space
  13. Which of the following structures are NOT included in the masticator space?

    Temporal and infratemporal space
    Masseter muscle and ramus
    Body of the mandible
    Buccinator muscle
    Buccinator muscle

    The buccinator muscle is a muscle of facial expression and NOT a muscle of mastication and is NOT included in the masticator space.
  14. What is the significance of pterygomandibular space to local anesthesia in the oral cavity?

    Contains a part of the posterior superior alveolar nerve

    Contains a part of inferior alveolar nerve

    Contains part of both the anterior superior alveolar and middle superior alveolar nerves

    Contains a part of the greater palatine nerve
    Contains a part of inferior alveolar nerve
  15. The submandibular space contains the
    submandibular lymph nodes, most of the submandibular salivary gland, and parts of the facial artery. This space is usually involved if a dental infection spreads.

    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.
  16. To which cranial nerve, besides the eleventh and twelfth, is the parapharyngeal space adjacent in the skull?

    Third cranial nerve
    Sixth cranial nerve
    Seventh cranial nerve
    Ninth cranial nerve
    Ninth cranial nerve

    • The ninth cranial nerve (glossopharyngeal nerve) passes through the skull by way of the
    • jugular foramen between the occipital and temporal bones, which is lateral to the visceral fascia around the pharynx.
  17. Which of the following nerves is located in the pterygomandibular space?

    Infraorbital nerve
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve
    Inferior alveolar nerve
    Anterior superior alveolar nerve
    Inferior alveolar nerve
  18. The buccal space is the fascial space formed between the buccinator muscle and masseter muscle. Therefore the buccal space is superior to the zygomatic arch.

    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
    The first statement is true; the second is false.

    The first statement is true; the second is false. The buccal space is the fascial space formed between the buccinator muscle and masseter muscle. Therefore the buccal space is superior to the zygomatic arch.
  19. Which of the following muscles creates a division between the submandibular and sublingual spaces?

    Mylohyoid muscle
    Intrinsic muscles of the tongue
    Sternocleidomastoid muscle
    Platysma muscle
    Mylohyoid muscle
  20. What is a general term for a fascial space located in the face and jaws?

    Parapharyngealspace
    Fascial plane
    Median plane
    Vestibular space
    Fascial plane

    • A potential space is created between the layers of fasciae of the body because of the
    • sheetlike nature of the fasciae and they are termed a fascial space or fascial plane.
  21. Which of the following structures is NOT contained in part in the parotid space?

    Cranial nerve VII
    External carotid artery
    Retromandibular vein
    Internal carotid artery
    Internal carotid artery
  22. The buccopharyngeal fascia is continuous with the fascia covering the buccinator muscle, where that muscle and the superior pharyngeal constrictor muscle come together at the

    lateral pterygoid plate.
    mandibular symphysis.
    pterygomandibular raphe.
    hyoid bone
    pterygomandibular raphe.
  23. Which of the following spaces are NOT part of the masticator space?

    Infratemporal space
    Temporal space
    Pterygomandibular space
    Space of the body of the mandible
    Space of the body of the mandible
  24. Which space of the face and jaws has NO
    boundary inferiorly and posteriorly, and is continuous with the cervical fascial space, and the parapharyngeal space?

    Submental space
    Infratemporal space
    Submandibular space
    Retropharyngeal space
    Infratemporal space
  25. Which of the following fasciae is considered deep cervical fasciae?

    Pterygoid fasciae
    Anterior cervical triangle
    Muscles of facial expression
    Investing fasciae
    Investing fasciae
  26. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of descriptions, select those that describe the location of the  sublingual space.

    Oral mucosa is the roof
    Palatal tonsils form medial boundary
    Mandible forms lateral wall
    Floor ishard palate
    • Oral mucosa is the roof
    • Mandible forms lateral wall
  27. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the list of fascial spaces, select those that are considered spaces of the face and jaws.

    Canine space
    Parotid space
    Carotid sheath
    Parapharyngeal space
    Previsceral space
    • Canine space
    • Parotid space
  28. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of structures, select which are the contents of the sublingual space.

    Submandibular duct
    Facial artery and hypoglossal nerve
    Submental lymph nodes
    Lingual nerve and lingual artery
    Mandible
    • Submandibular duct
    • Lingual nerve and lingual artery

    The contents of the sublingual space include the submandibular duct and also the lingual nerve and lingual artery as well as the hypoglossal nerve.
  29. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of fascial spaces, select those that communicate with the  submandibular space.

    Space of the body of the mandible
    Infratemporal space
    Submental space
    Sublingual space
    Buccal space
    • Space of the body of the mandible
    • Infratemporal space
    • Submental space
    • Sublingual space

    The submandibular space communicates with the space of the body of the mandible, infratemporal space, submittal space,  sublingual space, as well as the parapharyngeal space.
  30. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of structures, select those located in the carotid sheath.

    Hypoglossal nerve
    Internal carotid artery
    Internal jugular vein
    Common carotid artery
    Vagus nerve
    • Internal carotid artery
    • Internal jugular vein
    • Common carotid artery
    • Vagus nerve

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