Anatomy Of Oral Cavity Ppt PDF
why is head & neck complicated? special senses (ssa - vision, auditory sva - olfaction) surround oral cavity; you sense what you eat (and avoid being eaten)
Premalignant and Malignant Lesions of Oral Cavity Disclaimer: The pictures used in this presentation and its content has been obtained from a number of sources.
Reconstructive anatomy of the oral cavity and classification of ... ÆPalate 3 The oral cavity is a very special place for reconstruction ... Kolb Oral cavity reconstruction-Prague (for website).ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author:
INTRODUCTION Oral cavity constitute with oropharynx the upper portion of the aerodigestive tract. The anatomy of this cavity is particularly challenging because
OUTLINE: I. NASAL CAVITY II. PARANASAL AIR SINUSES III. PALATE IV. PALATINE TONSILS Problem: Nasal Cavity and Oral Cavity open to Pharynx; Path of air
PPT: Anatomy of the stomach, small intestine and large intestine Histology of the small intestines. 12th ... Anatomy of the oral cavity, tongue and the large salivary glands. PPT:Dissection of the liver and the pancreas Histology of the liver and the pancreas. 14th
Human Anatomy & Physiology Karen Webb Smith Be sure to watch the Video: ... forms the roof of the oral cavity *hard palate – (anterior) formed by the palatine processes of the ... Digestive System (17).PPT [Read-Only] Author: Bruce Norton
G21A: Oral Cavity David A Morton Syllabus - Pg. 6 ANAT 6010 Medical Gross Anatomy
review normal cross-sectional anatomy and subsites of the oral cavity and present six key imaging concepts that are pertinent to imaging of this region. Overview of anatomy The borders of the oral cavity are the lips, anteriorly;
PPT: Anatomy of the stomach, small intestine and large intestine Histology of the tongue, teeth and salivary glands. 10 th ... Anatomy of the oral cavity, tongue and the large salivary glands. PPT:Dissection of the liver and the pancreas Histology of the small
Anatomy of Head and Neck Christina M. Thuerl, MD Klinik und PoliklinikKlinik und Poliklinik für Nuklearmedizin Slides are not to be reproduced without permission of author.
Oral Cavity 3 Mar. 2006 Catholic University of Louvain, St - Luc University Hospital Head and Neck Oncology Programme Standard clinical evaluation Evidence Option
The Oral Cavity Anatomy of the Oral Cavity • Also called, buccal cavity • Tongue forms floor • Hard and soft palate form roof • Buccal mucosa forms walls • Composed of stratified ... 16_LectureOutline_PPT.ppt Author: cuozzok Created Date:
1 SURGERY AS PRIMARY TREATMENT OF ORAL CAVITY CANCER B. DEVAUCHELLE Department of maxillo-facial surgery Amiens FRANCE CANCER OF THE ORAL CAVITY ARE REGIONAL
Human Anatomy, First Edition McKinley & O'Loughlin Chapter 26 Lecture Outline: Digestive System 26-2 General Structure and Functions of the Digestive System ... oral cavity pharynx esophagus stomach small intestine large intestine
oral cavity diaphragm rib cage muscles of inspiration & expiration. Upper Respiratory Tract external nares nasal cavity sinuses pharynx – nasopharynx – oropharynx – laryngopharynx larynx. Nasal Cavity Nasal Bone Maxilla Coronal section of nasal cavities ... RespiratorWeb.ppt
Topic: Oral Anatomy MCQ.3 A patient complains of loss of taste, and a numb sensation in the left half of his tongue, after removal of his left lower wisdom tooth. ... MCQ.32 A sample of saliva taken from the human oral cavity is found to
Human Anatomy, First Edition McKinley & O'Loughlin Chapter 25 Lecture Outline: Respiratory System ... Material from the oral cavity and oropharynx is typically blocked from entering the nasopharynx by the soft palate, which elevates when we swallow.
This chapter ﬁrst reviews brieﬂy the anatomy and physiology of the salivary glands and then outlines a diagnostic approach ... communicate with the oral cavity with short ducts. Saliva is the product of the major and minor salivary glands dispersed throughout the oral cavity.
Human Anatomy & Physiology Karen Webb Smith ... *it is a common passageway for food traveling from the oral cavity to the esophagus & for air passing between the ... Respiratory System (19).PPT [Read-Only] Author: Bruce Norton Created Date:
Respect the baby’s oral cavity! ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Anatomy and Physiology of Lactation_A.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author: cha815 Created Date:
It is important to know the anatomy of the tooth to effectively communicate information ... 4. Distal – surface toward the back of the oral cavity 5. Mesial – surface toward the front of the oral cavity ACTIVITIES I. Chart existing dental restorations in a partner’s mouth.
Anatomy of the Respiratory System Objectives ... above the oral cavity and between the orbits. Sagittal Section of Head Soft & Hard Palates Oral Cavity with Tongue and Teeth Lateral wall of Nasal ... Anat Resp System.PPT Author: Tom Fardon
How was the oral cavity modified in vertebrate evolution? What is the function of the papillae? ... pulp cavity & enamel. 3. What is the advantage to Chondrichthyans to have teeth attached to the skin? Compare the shapes oft h ei rdn ga cs: ... 453oralcavity-print-Winter2013.ppt
–oral cavity, pharynx, and esophagus: » mechanical stresses » lined by stratified squamous epithelium ... •Anatomy of the Liver –Is wrapped in tough fibrous capsule –Is covered by visceral peritoneum –Is divided into lobes.
Development of the Oral Cavity & the Branchial Region • The primitive oral cavity appears late in the 3rd pre-natal week as a pit in the tissues underlying the forebrain.
(Oral Cavity to Anus) •Human Associated Digestive Organ Development and Overview •Comparative Digestive Anatomy Digestive System
Here we will present the general anatomy and function of the GI tract and will mention specific important differences where applicable. ... The hard palate helps to retain food in the oral cavity where it can be chewed and act upon by digestive enzymes in the saliva.
• Oral cavity - from mouth opening to posterior wall of pharynx (posterior pharyngeal wall) – body function: breathing, eating – speech: channels airstream: contributes oral resonance ... Microsoft PowerPoint - speechmechanism.ppt Author:
Oral Cavity. Esophagus Wall Mucosa –Epithelium –Connective Tissue (lamina propria ) –Smooth muscle Submucosa –Connective Tissue submucosal plexus Muscle Layers –Circular –Longitudinal ... Microsoft PowerPoint - DigestiveSystem.ppt Author: 1
connects the oral cavity to the maxillary sinus. The patient complained of ... Clinically the lesion extended into the oral soft tissues. Squamous cell carcinoma is the ... Chapter 17 Maxillary Sinus.ppt [Read-Only]
3.2 Anatomy and Physiology of the Nose and Paranasal Sinus The nose can be divided into the external nose and the nasal cavity. ... oral cavity, laryngeal inlet open into the pharynx. The corresponding part of the pharynx is named as (1) Nasopharynx: opening into the nasal cavity.
Anatomy • Anatomy : is the study of structures or body parts and their relationships to on another. • Anatomy : Gross anatomy - ... (the pharynx is posterior to the oral cavity) - [dorsal]. • Medial : relates to the imaginary midline dividing the body into equal
•Oral cavity/throat drains to cervical nodes ... anatomy of lymphatic drainage is consistent, metastases from organs follow typical pattern of spread
nistic infections of the oral cavity are Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Candida ... due to loss of normal anatomy. For example, ... at 22°C for 5 min. The resulting precipitate (ppt) was resuspended with 90 µL of saline, after which three
to reach the oral cavity. zUpon entering the oral cavity, however, the rate of movement can be very rapid (~ 1mm per month). Nevertheless, it may take the tooth 1-2 years to fully reach the occlusal plane.
Mouth (Oral Cavity) Anatomy Vestibule—space between lips externally and teeth and gums internally Oral cavity proper—area contained by the teeth Tongue—attached at hyoid bone and styloid ... 14_01aLectureNotes.ppt [Read-Only] Author: teacher
PERIODONTAL ANATOMY Terminal Learning Objectives Identify the basic facts and characteristics pertaining to the supporting structures of the teeth with 70% ... oral cavity. The tissue is specialized and adapted to meet the needs of the area that it covers.
COURSES > HUMAN ANATOMY II, DDS09, AUT06 > CONCISE ORAL HISTOLOGY > DENTAL PULP Dental Pulp Dental Pulp and Innervation ... The pulp cavity extends down through the root of the tooth as the root canal which opens into the periodontium via the apical foramen.
Anatomy of the nose Ahmed Aly Ibrahim ... The rest of the nasal cavity. Lined by pseudo stratified columnar ciliated with goblet cells. Functions of the nose ... An oral airway is used as an emergency treatment and a special nipple (McGovern
Anatomy applicable to forensic medicine with respect to age determination, sexing of bones and other forensic aspects. ... Oral cavity, lip, tongue, taste buds, salivary glands Digestive system-II :oesophagus stomach fundus,body &pylorus.
–in & outside the oral cavity?function –cleanse the mouth –dissolve chemical food • so that it can be tasted ... Gross Anatomy of Stomach?two curvatures –greater –lesser?two mesenteries –AKA omenta –extend from curvatures • lesser
Anatomy of the Pharynx • Nasopharynx • Oropharynx • Hypopharynx ... of Lip, Oral Cavity, and Pharynx (C14.0 ‐C14.8) CS Tumor Size Code Description 000 No mass/tumor found 001‐988 001‐988 mm (Exact size to nearest mm) 989 989 ...
Structural Anatomy throat voice box windpipe Upper respiratory system ... between nasal cavity and oral cavity to the larynx. Pharanyx (Throat) • 3 parts: 1) nasopharynx ... Microsoft PowerPoint - respiratory system spr07.ppt Author:
Anatomy Digestive tract • oral cavity • pharynx • esophagus • stomach • small intestine • large intestine • anus Anatomy Accessory organs • salivary glands • pancreas • liver • gall bladder Digestive Processes
• Anatomy of maxillary and mandibular ... cavity giving branches off to the anterior nasal septum and floor of nose. Enters incisive foramen and provides ... Local Anesthesia Techniques in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Author: Healy
Pig Lab #1 - External Anatomy ... oral cavity and cheek teeth located toward the back of the oral cavity. To find the next few structures, you will have to cut through the bone of the jaw, and then apply gentle pressure to force the mouth open.
Organs that make up the oral cavity include the lips, teeth, tongue and major salivary glands. ... The histology and gross anatomy of the penis varies dramatically from species to species and from region to region within the same species.
Human Anatomy & Physiology BIO 163 – Lecture Test 1 1 Human Body Orientation – Chapter 1 ... Oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus, liver, gall bladder Urinary Eliminates nitrogenous wastes from body;
tension, anatomy) • Oral cavity, large intestine, and rectum harbor appreciable flora Esophagus Duodenum Large intestine Small intestine Rectum Anal canal ... Nasal cavity Larynx Nasopharynx Bronchus Bronchiole Internal naris Epiglottis Trachea