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Head and Neck Muscles

Head and Neck Muscles

Head and Neck Muscles. frontalis. epicranial aponeurosis. Facial Muscles. occipitalis. masseter. risorius. buccinator. Facial Muscles. corrugator supercilia. frontalis. orbicularis oculi. nasalis. zygomaticus. major. minor.

By yule
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Biology 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology Week 10; Lecture 2; Wednesday Dr. Stuart S. Sumida

Biology 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology Week 10; Lecture 2; Wednesday Dr. Stuart S. Sumida

Biology 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology Week 10; Lecture 2; Wednesday Dr. Stuart S. Sumida. Soft Tissues of the Head – Part II Detail on Mastication. “True” Muscles of mastication All V3 innervation Temporalis m. Masseter m. Medial pterygoid Lateral pterygoid

By jayme
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Chapter 24

Chapter 24

Chapter 24. The Temporomandibular Joint. Overview. The stomatognathic system comprises the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), the masticatory systems, and the related organs and tissues such as the salivary glands

By elsu
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The Musculature

The Musculature

The Musculature. RDN 803 Principles of Occlusion Reading: Mohl, et al., Chapter 7 W.D. McCall, Jr., Ph.D. These slides are available at: http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~wdmccall/. Topics to be Covered. I. Properties of muscle II. Muscles of mandibular function III. Electromyography

By fola
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The Temporal Region And Temporo -Mandibular Joint (TMJ)

The Temporal Region And Temporo -Mandibular Joint (TMJ)

The Temporal Region And Temporo -Mandibular Joint (TMJ). Head & Neck Unit – Lecture 6 د. حيدر جليل الأعسم. Temporal Region. T emporal region

By wilmer
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ANATOMY AND FRACTURES OF THE MANDIBLE

ANATOMY AND FRACTURES OF THE MANDIBLE

ANATOMY AND FRACTURES OF THE MANDIBLE. ANATOMY. Mandible interfaces with skull base via the TMJ and is held in position by the muscles of mastication. Anatomic units of the mandible. Muscles of the mandible – Posterior group. Muscles of the mandible – Anterior group. Muscles of Mastication.

By bond
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BIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN DENTITION

BIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN DENTITION

BIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN DENTITION. Temporomandibular Joint -TMJ. Anatomy of TMJ. Ligaments: There are three ligaments associated with the TMJ:one major and two minor ligaments.

By thais
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DENTAL GROSS ANATOMY CASE 3 INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA &

DENTAL GROSS ANATOMY CASE 3 INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA &

DENTAL GROSS ANATOMY CASE 3 INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA & TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT. HISTORY Sherry Goldsmith was involved in a two-car collision and suffered severe facial injuries. EXAMINATION In the ER she was found to have the following injuries:

By orpah
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Graduation project

Graduation project

Graduation project. Contents. Personal information. Medical history. Dental history. Clinical examination and photograph. Radiographs. Diagnosis. Treatment plan. frontal. lateral. Personal information. Name: Mustafa Zarzour Age : 52 Gender: male Occupation: teacher

By stormy
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Contents of infratemporal fossa

Contents of infratemporal fossa

Contents of infratemporal fossa. 1- Lateral & medial pterygoids (muscles of mastication). 2- Branches of mandibular N. 3- Otic ganglion. 4- Chorda tympani. 5- Maxillary artery. 6- Pterygoid venous plexus. Contents of infratemporal fossa : 2-Mandibular Nerve.

By makala
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The Temporomandibular joints, muscles, and teeth, and their Functions

The Temporomandibular joints, muscles, and teeth, and their Functions

The Temporomandibular joints, muscles, and teeth, and their Functions. Group 9 Te, Krista Isabella V. Clemente , Paolo Domingo, Paolo Luzadio , Cheery Gutierrez, Juan Antonio. Primary teeth should be in normal alignment And occlusion shortly after age of 2, with all

By kaz
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Which of the muscles visible in this figure would you label as an extrinsic back muscle?

Which of the muscles visible in this figure would you label as an extrinsic back muscle?

Which of the muscles visible in this figure would you label as an extrinsic back muscle?. Back Muscles. Back Muscles. Extrinsics (for limb movements and respiration). Intrinsics. Superficial (limb mvmts). Intermediate (respiration). Deep (mvmt of head and vertebrae). Trapezei

By erich-woodard
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REVIEW OF HEAD AND NECK

REVIEW OF HEAD AND NECK

REVIEW OF HEAD AND NECK. CRANIAL NERVES AND EVERYTHING ELSE PART 2. HEAD AND NECK. LAB CLOSED - SUNDAY JAN 22 AT NOON. REVIEW - ENDS TOMORROW - NO REVIEW SESSIONS ON SATURDAY. 1. WRITTEN EXAM - 39 questions, 3 points per question, total 117 points (= 10.68% of grade) CLINICAL VIGNETTES

By alma-savage
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The Temporomandibular joints, muscles, and teeth, and their Functions

The Temporomandibular joints, muscles, and teeth, and their Functions

The Temporomandibular joints, muscles, and teeth, and their Functions. Group 9 Te, Krista Isabella V. Clemente , Paolo Domingo, Paolo Luzadio , Cheery Gutierrez, Juan Antonio. Primary teeth should be in normal alignment And occlusion shortly after age of 2, with all

By mary-arnold
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TMJ Muscles

TMJ Muscles

TMJ Muscles. Muscles of Mastication (All attach onto the mandible). Temporalis Contributes to side-to-side grinding (lateral deviation) of mandible. Tight temporalis may be involved with tension headaches and TMJ dysfunction Masseter

By gray-christian
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TEMPORAL REGION

TEMPORAL REGION

TEMPORAL REGION. Temporal Lines. Superior: For attachment of temporalis fascia. Inferior: For attachment of temporalis muscle. Boundaries. Superior and posterior boundary: Inferior temporal line. Anterior boundary: Frontal process of zygomatic. Inferior: Zygomatic arch.

By iwalani-david
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Infratemporal & Pterygopalatine Fossae

Infratemporal & Pterygopalatine Fossae

Infratemporal & Pterygopalatine Fossae. 5.January.2011 Thursday. Kaan Yücel M.D., Ph.D. Structures inside the temporal fossa: Temporal muscle Temporal fascia ( overlies the temporalis muscle ) Superficial temporal artery ( br . of external carotid )

By jcorby
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INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA Contents

INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA Contents

INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA Contents Mandibular nerve Otic ganglion. M. ASIF BMLT., M.Sc(medical anatomy) Dept Of Anatomy. INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA.

By nand
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REVIEW OF HEAD AND NECK

REVIEW OF HEAD AND NECK

REVIEW OF HEAD AND NECK. CRANIAL NERVES AND EVERYTHING ELSE PART 2. HEAD AND NECK. LAB CLOSED - SUNDAY JAN 22 AT NOON. REVIEW - ENDS TOMORROW - NO REVIEW SESSIONS ON SATURDAY. 1. WRITTEN EXAM - 39 questions, 3 points per question, total 117 points (= 10.68% of grade) CLINICAL VIGNETTES

By brianlmiller
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TEMPORAL  &  INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA I

TEMPORAL & INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA I

TEMPORAL & INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA I. Dr. Ahmed Fathalla Ibrahim. TEMPORAL FOSSA. TEMPORAL FOSSA. INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA. TEMPORAL FOSSA. BOUNDARIES: Anterior: Zygomatic process of frontal bone + zygomatic bone Superior & Posterior: Temporal lines Inferior: Zygomatic arch.

By hhann
(144 views)

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