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Head and cranial neck anatomy final exam. Lateral aspect progression from superficial (or lateral) to deep (or medial).
Identify 1-47.

Sometimes a small letter is listed after a number, a v or n. This indicates artery, vein, or nerve respectively. Do not add this small letter to your number-answer.

Enter answers as "1-answer" "2-answer" etc.

Red = artery
Blue = vein

Answer bank-not all will be used some can be used twice!

arterial circle
arytenoid cartilage
basilar a
biventer cervicis
brachiocephalicus
cavernous sinus
common carotid a
complexus
cricoid cartilage
digastricus
dorsal sagittal sinus
epiglottic cartilage
esophagus
external carotid a
external jugular v
facial v
hyoid apparatus
internal carotid a
internal jugular v
intervertebral v
iris
lacrimal gland
lateral pterygoid
lens
linguofacial v
longus capitis
longus colli
mandibular lymph node
mandibular salivary gland
masseter
maxillary a
maxillary v
medial pterygoid
medial retropharyngeal lymph node
omotransversarius
palatine tonsil
parotid salivary gland
rhomboideous
sigmoid sinus
spinal branch
splenius
sternocephalicus
sternohyoideus
sternothyroideus
sublingual gland
temporal sinus
temporalis
thyroid cartilage
thyroid gland
trachea
transverse sinus
vagosympathetic trunk
ventral internal venous plexus
ventral spinal a
vertebral a
vertebral v
zygomatic salivary gland

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[["1-palatinetonsil"],["2-parotidsalivarygland"],["3-masseter"],["4-temporalis"],["5-mandibularlymphnode"],["6-externaljugularv"],["7-linguofacialv"],["8-maxillaryv"],["9-facialv"],["10-lacrimalgland"],["11-sternocephalicus"],["12-mandibularsalivarygland"],["13-brachiocephalicus"],["14-sternohyoideus"],["15-sternothyroideus"],["16-medialretropharyngeallymphnode"],["17-sublingualgland"],["18-lateralpterygoid"],["19-zygomaticsalivarygland"],["20-rhomboideous"],["21-omotransversarius"],["22-digastricus"],["23-medialpterygoid"],["24-splenius"],["25-longuscapitis"],["26-palatinetonsil"],["27-biventercervicis"],["28-complexus"],["29-thyroidgland"],["30-longuscolli"],["31-esophagus"],["32-trachea"],["33-vagosympathetictrunk"],["34-internaljugularv"],["35-commoncarotida"],["36-cricoidcartilage"],["37-thyroidcartilage"],["38-arytenoidcartilage"],["39-epiglotticcartilage"],["40-hyoidapparatus"],["41-externalcarotida"],["42-maxillarya"],["43-maxillaryv"],["44-facialv"],["45-internalcarotida"],["46-vertebrala"],["47-vertebralv"]]
The answers we're looking for is one of the following:
  • 1 - palatine tonsil
  • 2 - parotid salivary gland
  • 3 - masseter
  • 4 - temporalis
  • 5 - mandibular lymph node
  • 6 - external jugular v
  • 7 - linguofacial v
  • 8 - maxillary v
  • 9 - facial v
  • 10 - lacrimal gland
  • 11 - sternocephalicus
  • 12 - mandibular salivary gland
  • 13 - brachiocephalicus
  • 14 - sternohyoideus
  • 15 - sternothyroideus
  • 16 - medial retropharyngeal lymph node
  • 17 - sublingual gland
  • 18 - lateral pterygoid
  • 19 - zygomatic salivary gland
  • 20 - rhomboideous
  • 21 - omotransversarius
  • 22 - digastricus
  • 23 - medial pterygoid
  • 24 - splenius
  • 25 - longus capitis
  • 26 - palatine tonsil
  • 27 - biventer cervicis
  • 28 - complexus
  • 29 - thyroid gland
  • 30 - longus colli
  • 31 - esophagus
  • 32 - trachea
  • 33 - vagosympathetic trunk
  • 34 - internal jugular v
  • 35 - common carotid a
  • 36 - cricoid cartilage
  • 37 - thyroid cartilage
  • 38 - arytenoid cartilage
  • 39 - epiglottic cartilage
  • 40 - hyoid apparatus
  • 41 - external carotid a
  • 42 - maxillary a
  • 43 - maxillary v
  • 44 - facial v
  • 45 - internal carotid a
  • 46 - vertebral a
  • 47 - vertebral v
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