CABS Ear

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    • Helix
    • crura of antihelix
    • scapha
    • antihelix
    • opening of external acoustic meatus
    • Anti tragus
    • Triangular fossa of antihelix
    • Concha (cymba and cavity)
    • Tragus
    • Intertragic notch
    • Lobule
  1. Cranial bones: Clockwise order from frontal bone
    • Frontal bone
    • Greater wing (sphenoid bone)
    • Pterion
    • Coronal suture
    • Parietal bone
    • Squamous part of temporal bone
    • External acoustic meatus
    • Lambdoid Suture
    • Occipital Bone

  2. Think Clockwise kids. #1 is the auriculotemporal nerve
    • auriculotemporal nerve
    • superior parotid lymph nodes
    • lobule
    • tragus
    • external acoustic pore
    • external acoustic meatus
    • Auricle
    • Temporalis muscle and fascia
    • Malleus
    • incus
    • epitympanic recess
    • tympanic membrane
    • stapes
    • semicircular canals
    • vestibular nerve
    • facial nerve
    • cochlear nerve
    • vestibulocochlear nerve
    • internal acoustic meatus
    • cochlea
    • tympanic cavity
    • pharyngotympanic tube
    • parotid gland

  3. Start with epitympanic recess and go clockwise
    • epitympanic recess
    • malleus
    • incus
    • stapes
    • tensor tympani muscle
    • pharyngotympanic tube
    • tympanic cavity
    • tympanic membrane
    • osseous external acoustic meatus
    • cartilaginous external acoustic meatus

  4. Clockwise from umbo
    • umbo
    • cone of light
    • manubrium of malleus
    • pars tensa
    • long limb of incus
    • pars flaccida
    • lateral process of malleus

  5. Start with stapes in oval window (given)
    • lateral process of malleus
    • tendon of tensor tympani m.
    • manubrium of malleus
    • fossa of round (cochlear) window
    • tendon of stapedius muscle
    • chorda tympani nerve
    • long limb of incus

  6. clockwise starting with internal carotid artery
    • internal carotid artery
    • auditory tube
    • tympanic membrane
    • manubrium of malleus
    • tensor tympani muscle
    • chorda tympani nerve
    • epitympanic recess
    • head of malleus
    • long limb of incus
    • chorda tympani nerve
    • facial nerve

  7. Clockwise from jugular fossa (given)
    • facial nerve in stylomastoid foramen
    • fossa of round window
    • mastoid cells
    • chorda tympani nerve
    • base of stapes in fossa of oval window
    • mastoid antrum
    • prominence of facial canal
    • geniculum of facial nerve
    • greater petrosal nerve
    • tensor tympani muscle
    • auditory tube
  8. What forms the anterior wall of the tympanic cavity?
    Carotid artery

  9. Go clockwise from inferior nasal concha (w/o including it
    or the inferior nasal meatus)
    • middle nasal concha
    • superior nasal meatus
    • superior nasal concha
    • frontal sinus
    • sphenoethmoidal recess
    • opening of spenoidal sinus
    • hypophysis in sella turcica
    • sphenoidal sinus
    • pharyngeal tonsil
    • choana
    • opening of pharyngotympanci tube
    • middle nasal meatus
    • horizontal plate of palatine bone

  10. go clockwise from vestibulocochlear nerve. dont include given parts.
    • greater petrosal nerve
    • facial canal
    • tympanic cavity
    • chorda tympani nerve
    • head of malleus
    • incus
    • ampulla of superior semicircular duct
    • ubicle
    • saccule
    • internal acoustic meatus
  11. Where does the sound lateralize during the weber test in regards to a conductive hearing loss?
    Bad ear
  12. What result of a Rinne test would indicate sensorineural hearing loss?
    Air>bone, but less than 2:1
  13. Name traits of central positional vertigo:
    • CN VIII lesion
    • Romberg test +
    • vertical nystagmus
    • no delay
    • no adaptation

  14. start with anterior cranial fossa and go clockwise
    • anterior cranial fossa
    • middle cranial fossa
    • posterior cranial fossa
    • groove for transverse sinus
    • groove for sigmoid sinus
    • squamous part of temporal bone

  15. Go down from superior orbital fissure and name what goes through the hole specified.
    • superior orbital fissure: lacrimal, frontal, and nasociliary brances of ophthalmic nerve V1
    • Foramen rotundum: Maxillary nerve V2
    • Foramen ovale: Mandibular nerve V3
    • Foramen spinosum: Middle meningeal artery and vein
    • Carotid canal: internal carotid artery
    • Internal acoustic meatus: facial and vestibulocochlear nerve
    • Jugular foramen: sigmoid sinus
    • 1. blank. temporal branches
    • 2. obicularis oculi
    • 3. obicularis oris
    • 4. buccinator
    • 5. sublingual gland
    • 6. submandibular gland
    • blank: chorda tympani nerve
    • 7. stylomastoid roamen
    • 8. nerve to stapedius muscle
    • 9. greater petrosal nerve
    • 10. facial nerve
    • 11. internal acoustic meatus

  16. branches and muscles
    • 1. temporal branches: orbicularis oculi, frontalis, temporalis
    • 2. zygomatic branches: orbicularis oculi, zygomaticus major and minor
    • 3. cervical branch
    • 4. marginal mandibular branch
    • 5. buccal branches: buccinator,
    • 6. parotid duct
    • 7. main trunk of facial nerve emerging from stlyomastoid foramen
    • Green: ophtalmic branch
    • Yellow: Maxillary branch
    • pink: mandibular branch

  17. start at inferior alveolar nerve and go clockwise
    • inferior alveolar nerve
    • mandibular nerve
    • mental nerve
    • superior alveolar branches of infraorbital nerve
    • infraorbital nerve
    • maxillary nerve (V2)
    • infratrochlear nerve
    • supratrochlear nerve
    • ophthalmic nerve
    • trigeminal nerve (V) ganglion and nuclei
    • principal sensory nucleus
  18. sub
    • 1. pharyngeal tonsil
    • 2. retropharyngeal
    • 3. palatine tonsil
    • 4. jugulo digastric
    • 5. submental
    • 6. submandibular
    • 7. infrahyoid
    • 8. jugulo-omohyoid
    • 9. internal jugular vein
    • 10. jugular lymphatic trunk
    • 11. brachiocephalic vein
    • 12. deep cervical
    • 13. facial vein
    • 14. lymph vessel
    • 15. buccal
    • 16. submental
    • 17. submandibular
    • 18. jugulo-omohyoid
    • 19. parotid
    • 20. occipital
    • 21. retroauricular
    • 22. deep cervical
    • 23. superficial cervical
    • 24. external jugular vein
    • 25. subclavian vein
    • 1. superior parotid nodes deep to and w/in parotid gland
    • 2. submandibular nodes
    • 3. occipital nodes
    • 4. mastoid nodes
    • 5. superior lateral superficial cervical node
    • 6. jugulo digastric node
    • 7. posterior lateral superficial cervical nodes
    • 8. superior deep lateral cervical nodes
    • 9. juguloomohyoid
    • 10. supraclavicular nodes
    • 11. submental nodes

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