Mouth Cervical branch of the facial nerve

Gross Anatomy 2008 Triangles and Associated Structures of the Neck- part 1Gross Anatomy 2008 Triangles and Associated Structures of the Neck- part 1
Omohyoid divides posterior triangle in 2 sections- subclavian triangle occipital triangle. Cervical branch of the facial nerve
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Muscles of the Head and NeckMuscles of the Head and Neck
Cervical branch of the facial nerve
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Summary terms-head and neckSummary terms-head and neck
Location- divided into 3 parts by the anterior scalene muscle that crosses anterior to the artery. The 3 parts are defined by their relationship to the anterior scalene. Cervical branch of the facial nerve
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Dissection 1 Identify the cervical vertebrae, their articulations with one another, the ligaments connecting each, and the types of movements possible between different cervical vertebraeDissection 1 Identify the cervical vertebrae, their articulations with one another, the ligaments connecting each, and the types of movements possible between different cervical vertebrae
Longitudinal bands: pass from transverse ligament of atlas to occipital bone superior and C2 inferior. Cervical branch of the facial nerve
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