Mouth Buccal branches of the facial nerve

Lecture 2 Dr. Najat R. Ali F. I. C. M. S. The face Skin of the faceLecture 2 Dr. Najat R. Ali F. I. C. M. S. The face Skin of the face
The skin of the face possesses numerous sweat and sebaceous glands it is connected to the underlying bones by loose connective tissue, in which are embedded the muscles of facial expression no deep fascia is present in the face. Buccal branches of the facial nerve
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The Face Muscles of the FaceThe Face Muscles of the Face
Muscles of the Face: all innervated by facial nerve [vii], located in the superficial fascia. Buccal branches of the facial nerve
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Superficial Face & ScalpSuperficial Face & Scalp
Aids mastication and swallowing by pressing cheeks against molar teeth during chewing; also used during whistling & sucking by forcing cheeks against teeth. Buccal branches of the facial nerve
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Mid-Sagittal Section Head-half with MusclesMid-Sagittal Section Head-half with Muscles
Buccal branches of the facial nerve
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The face The face is the part of the front of the head between the ears and from the chin and to the hairline (or where it ought to be) Skin of the FaceThe face The face is the part of the front of the head between the ears and from the chin and to the hairline (or where it ought to be) Skin of the Face
The skin of the face possesses numerous sweat and sebaceous glands. It varies in thickness and is very thin on the eyelid. It is connected to the underlying bones by loose connective tissue. Buccal branches of the facial nerve
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Glossopharyngeal nerveGlossopharyngeal nerve
Exits the posterior cranial fossa by passing through the jugular foramen, lateral to and in front of the vagus and accessory nerves. Buccal branches of the facial nerve
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Quiz #1 Which of the following muscles is innervated by the nerve to the mylohyoid?Quiz #1 Which of the following muscles is innervated by the nerve to the mylohyoid?
I. external branch – innervates the cricothyroid muscle and inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscles. Buccal branches of the facial nerve
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