Chp 1 & Chp 2

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  1. The inner parts of the lips are lined by
    a pink labial mucosa.
  2. Lines the inner cheeks
    Buccal mucosa
  3. Buccal fat pad
    a dense pad of underlying fat tissue at the posterior part of each vestibule
  4. parotid papilla
    a small elevation of tissue just opposite the maxillary second molar
  5. Fordyce granules
    small, yellowish elevations on the mucosa and are deeper deposits of sebum from trapped or misplaced sebaceous gland tissue
  6. linea alba
    a white ridge of raised callused tissue
  7. The crown of the tooth is composed of
    the extremely hard outer enamel layer over the dentin layer
  8. The root of the tooth is composed of
    cementum over dentin
  9. attached gingiva
    pinker gingival tissue that tightly adheres to the alveolar bone around the roots of the teeth
  10. alveolar mucosa
    more red, movable tissue
  11. mucogingival junction
    The scalloped junction between the attached gingiva and alveolar mucosa
  12. At the gingival margin of each tooth is the
    the marginal gingiva (or free gingiva)
  13. median palatine raphe
    A midline ridge of tissue on the hard palate
  14. A small bulge of tissue at the most anterior part of the hard palate
    incisive papilla
  15. pterygomandibular fold
    extends from the junction of hard palate and soft palate down to the mandible, just behind the most distal mandibular tooth, and stretches when the mouth is opened wider
  16. Anterior 2/3 of the tongue is called the
    Body
  17. Posterior 1/3 of the tongue is
    called the base
  18. The tip of the tongue
    Is the apex
  19. midline depression on the dorsal surface of the tongue
    median lingual sulcus
  20. What separates the anterior and posterior of the tongue
    Sulcus terminalis
  21. sulcus terminalis
    an inverted V‑shaped groove on the posterior dorsal surface of the tongue
  22. foramen cecum
    small, pitlike depression where the sulcus terminalis points backward toward the throat or pharynx
  23. filiform lingual papillae
    • slender, threadlike, whitish lingual papillae
    • which give the dorsal surface its velvety texture
  24. fungiform lingual papillae
    • The reddish, smaller, mushroom‑shaped dots
    • Contains taste buds
  25. circumvallate lingual papillae
    • The 10 to 14 larger mushroom-shaped lingual papillae
    • that line up along the anterior side of the sulcus terminalis
  26. foliate lingual papillae
    vertical ridges on the lateral surface of the tongue
  27. plica fimbriata
    fringelike projections lateral to each deep lingual vein
  28. sublingual caruncle
    The small papilla at the anterior end of each sublingual fold contains openings of the submandibular duct and sublingual duct
  29. submandibular duct also known as
    Wharton duct
  30. sublingual duct also known as
    Bartholin duct
  31. NASOPHARYNX
    Continuous with the nasal cavity
  32. OROPHARYNX
    Between the soft palate and larynx
  33. THE SHARP ANGLE OF THE LOWER JAW BELOW THE EAR
    Angle of the mandible
  34. THE LIPS ARE OUTLINED BY
    THE VERMILION BORDER
  35. PHILTRUM
    A VERTICAL GROOVE ON THE MIDLINE OF THE UPPER LIP
  36. THE UPPER AND LOWER LIPS MEET AT EACH CORNER OF THE MOUTH AT
    THE COMMISSURE
  37. THE LOWER LIP IS SEPARATED FROM THE MENTAL OR CHIN AREA BY
    THE LABIOMENTAL GROOVE
  38. SEPARATES THE LIPS FROM THE CHEEK ON EACH SIDE OF THE FACE
    NASOLABIAL SULCUS
  39. THE MAIN FEATURE OF THE MENTAL REGION
    IS THE CHIN, WHICH IS THE MENTAL PROTUBERANCE
  40. RAMUS
    THE FLAT BONE RUNNING UPWARD FROM THE BODY OF THE MANDIBLE
  41. Where are the parotid glands located
    –in the buccal and zygomatic regions within the cheek
  42. Where is the thyroid gland located
    INFERIOR TO THE THYRIOD CARTILAGE
  43. What does the lymph nodes do
    filters out the infection
  44. Where are the PARATHYROID GLANDS located
    WITHIN THE POSTERIOR ASPECT OF THE THYROID GLAND AND CAN’T BE PALPATED
  45. The cervical triangles of the neck are separated by the
    sternocleidomastoid muscle
  46. What is the function of the hyoid bone
    SERVES AS THE ATTACHMENT OF MANY MUSCLES AND SERVES TO CONTROL THE POSITION OF THE BASE OF THE TONGUE
  47. Where are the submandibular and sublingual gland located
    In the anterior cervical triangle
  48. The midline of the mandible is marked by the
    mandibular symphysis
  49. What is A?Image Upload
    Coronoid notch
  50. What is B?
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    Coronoid process
  51. What is C?Image Upload
    Mandibular notch
  52. What is D?Image Upload
    • Articulating surface of condyle
    • Involved in the TMJ
  53. What is E?Image Upload
    Body of the mandible
  54. What is F?Image Upload
    Ramus
  55. What is G?Image Upload
    Angle of the mandible
  56. What is H?Image Upload
    Neck
  57. What is A?Image Upload
    Hyoid bone
  58. What is B?Image Upload
    Thyroid cartilage
  59. What is C?Image Upload
    Thyroid gland
  60. What lymph node is A?Image Upload
    Submandibular
  61. What lymph node is B?Image Upload
    External jugular lymph node
  62. What lymph node is C?Image Upload
    Submental
  63. What lymph node is D?Image Upload
    Anterior jugular lymph nodes

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Chp 1 & Chp 2
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