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innervation to root of the tongue? a) CN V b) CN VII c) CN IX d) CN X e) CN XII 2) What cranial nerves innervate tongue muscles? a) X, XII b) XI, XII c) IX, X d) XII only e) VII, IX, X 3) What cranial nerve innervates the palatoglossal muscle of the tongue? a) CN V b) CN VII c) CN IX d) CN X e) CN XII 4) What cranial nerve provides parasympathetic innervation to the sublingual salivary gland? a) Oculomotor b) Facial c) Glossopharyngeal d) Vagus e) Hypoglossal 5) Where are the neurons situated that provide GSE innervation to the pharynx and larynx muscles? a) Brainstem b) Superior ganglion of the vagus c) Inferior ganglion of the vagus d) Trigeminal ganglion e) Jugular ganglion 6) What cranial nerve provides general sensory innervation to the anterior 2/3s of the tongue? a) V b) VII c) IX d) X e) XII 7) Taste sensation from the posterior 1/3 of the tongue goes to what ganglion? a) Otic b) Trigeminal c) Geniculate d) Superior glossopharyngeal e) Inferior glossopharyngeal 8) Damage to the motor fibers in the trigeminal nerve may cause: a) Flattening of the side of the jaw due to atrophy of the masseter muscle b) Difficulty in closing the eyes c) Slight deviation of the jaw toward the affected side when the mouth is open d) Both A & B e) Both A & C
Deep b) Deep.9) Which of the following is NOT supplied by the vagus nerve (along with the cranial accessory nerve)? a) Mucous membrane of the larynx b) Mucous membrane of the nasal cavity c) Muscles of the larynx d) Muscles of the soft palate e) Constrictor muscles of the pharyx 10) Which of the following is NOT a motion of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)? a) Torsion b) Gliding (side to side) c) Protrusion d) Retraction e) Hinge (elevation and depression) 11) What ligament covers the loose TMJ capsule laterally? a) Temporomandibular b) Stylomandibular c) Sphenomandibular 12) What TMJ ligament attaches from the base of the skull to the lingual of the mandible? a) Temporomandibular b) Stylomandibular c) Sphenomandibular 13) When you put your teeth together and clench your jaw. what muscle can be felt protruding on the sides of your cheeks? a) Temporalis b) Lateral pterygoid c) Medial pterygoid d) Masseter e) Buccinator 14) The deep arteries that supply the temporalis muscle are branches from what artery? a) Facial b) Maxillary c) Temporal d) Lingual e) Mandibular 15) What muscle is involved in protrusion of the mandible as well as side-to-side motion? a) Temporalis b) Pterygoids c) Stylomandibular d) Masseter e) Buccinator 16) All of the following are involved in depression of the mandible EXCEPT: a) Gravity b) Digastric muscle c) Geniohyoid muscle d) Mylohyoid muscle e) Lateral and medial pterygoid muscles 17) The lower head of the lateral pterygoid muscle is ____ to the deep head of the medial pterygoid muscle and ____ to the superficial head of the medial pterygoid muscle. a) Deep. Deep e) Anterior tympanic artery 18) What branch of the mandibular nerve (V3) is sensory for the lower teeth? a) Inferior alveolar nerve b) Lingual nerve c) Auriculotemporal nerve d) Buccal nerve . Superficial c) Superficial. Superficial d) Superficial.
Oral Cavity.ANATOMY QUESTIONS .Mouth. Temporomandibular Joint. What nerve is referring pain from the adenoids to the middle ear? a) CN V b) CN VII c) CN IX d) CN X e) CN XII 26) Which of the following cartilages is the most prominent (“Adam’s Apple”)? a) Thyroid b) Cricoid c) Arytenoid d) Cuneiform 27) Which of the following is situated in the saggital plane? a) Palatine rugae b) Incisive papilla c) Palatine raphe d) Incisors e) Molars . Pharynx e) Masseteric nerve 19) The chorda tympani nerve always merges with what other nerve? a) Incisive b) Mental c) Inferior alveolar d) Lingual e) Nerve to mylohyoid 20) What structure marks the beginning of the laryngopharynx? a) Torus tubarius b) Palatine tonsil c) Palatopharyngeal arch d) Epiglottis e) Laryngeal inlet 21) What structure marks the opening to the auditory tube? a) Torus tubarius b) Salpingopharyngeal fold c) Salpingopalantine fold d) Adenoids (pharyngeal tonsils) e) Tubule tonsils 22) The oropharynx is bounded posteriorly by the bodies of what vertebra? a) C1 b) C2-C3 c) C4-C5 d) C6 e) C7 3 23) The palatopharyngeal muscle and palatoglossus muscle are innervated by: a) CN V b) CN VII c) CN IX d) CN X e) CN XII 24) Damage to what nerve would result in sagging of the palatine arch and the uvula to point to the ipsilesional side? a) Trigeminal b) Facial c) Glossopharyngeal d) Vagus e) Hypoglossal 25) A teenage patient presents with middle ear pain and extensive palatine tonsil swelling.
Submandibular c) Sympathetics. Superior cervical . which are associated with the ____ ganglion.28) Which of the following is innervated by the medial pterygoid nerve of the mandibular nerve (V3)? a) Tensor veli palitini b) Levator veli palatini c) Musculus uvulae d) Palatopharyngeus e) Palatoglossus 29) What muscle originates at the posterior nasal spine of the hard palate? a) Tensor veli palitini b) Levator veli palatini c) Palatopharyngeus d) Musculus uvulae e) Palatoglossus 30) Which of the following muscles opens the pharyngotympanic tube (yawning and swallowing)? a) Palatoglossus b) Palatopharyngeus c) Musculus uvulae d) Tensor veli palitini e) Levator veli palatini 31) What nerve innervates the cheek (mucosa) within the oral cavity? a) Posterior superior alveolar nerve b) Zygomaticofacial nerve c) Anterior superior alveolar nerve d) Buccal nerve e) Middle superior alveolar nerve 32) The fungiform papillae are mainly found in what part of the tongue? a) Anterior 1/3 b) Middle 1/3 c) Posterior 1/3 d) Root e) Underside 33) What nerve senses heat and pain for the anterior 2/3s of the tongue? a) Chorda tympani b) Lingual c) CN IX d) CN X e) CN XII 34) What nerve is involved in sticking out the tongue? a) Hypoglossus b) Genioglossus c) Styloglossus d) Geniohyoid e) Mylohyoid 35) Sublingual drug administration is a good option for drugs with a displeasing taste. Superior cervical d) Parasympathetics. such as nitroglycerine. It is also a good option for drugs with a high first-pass metabolism. The idea is that drugs can bypass what metabolic organ? a) Spleen b) Kidneys c) Liver d) Gallbladder e) Pancreas 36) Secretions of the submandibular gland are decreased by ____. a) Sympathetics. Submandibular b) Parasympathetics.
A 33.D 31.B 23.C 13.E 17. Temporomandibular Joint.A 7.D 25.C .C 36.A 11.B 16.A 6.C 26.D 4.D 21.A 3. Oral Cavity.A 27. E 8.B 5.C 28.A 22.Mouth.D 20. E 9.A 29.B 34.D 14.B 35.D 32.B 10.ANATOMY QUESTIONS .D 18.B 15.D 30. Pharynx 5 ANSWER KEY 1.A 12.A 19.D 2.D 24.