Human head and neck Lacrimal hamulus

Glossary of Medical Etymology for Anatomy and PhysiologyGlossary of Medical Etymology for Anatomy and Physiology
The following terms were taken from many Medical Etymology sources, including The History and Derivations of Medical Terms for Students of Medicine, Dentistry, and Nursing. By: O. H. Perry Pepper, M. D. Lacrimal hamulus
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Quiz 1: Anterior belly of digastricsQuiz 1: Anterior belly of digastrics
Internal Branch – Through thyrohyoid membrane – Sensory to Laryngeal mucosa above true vocal cords. Lacrimal hamulus
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Clinical anatomy in relation to local anesthesia Trigeminal nerveClinical anatomy in relation to local anesthesia Trigeminal nerve
The motor root supplies the muscles of mastication and other muscles in the region. The three branches of the sensory root supply the skin of the entire face and the mucous membrane of the cranial viscera and oral cavity. Lacrimal hamulus
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