Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy, Volume 623
Concise yet complete in its regional treatment of head and neck anatomy, this acclaimed text features more than 200 superb illustrations and tables designed to facilitate its use in the dental classroom and practice. Completely updated, this Third Edition includes a full-color mini atlas with new color plates, expanded coverage of cranial nerves, plus new images and illustrations. Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy features a detailed description of the oral cavity from an oral examination point of view, clinical considerations that tie the significance of anatomy to practice, a discussion of the anatomical basis of local anesthesia, and an embryological account of head and neck development.
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THE ORAL CAVITY PALATE AND PHARYNX
EMBRYOLOGY OF THE HEAD AND NECK
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alveolar anatomy anteriorly arises articular attached body bony branches buccal canal cartilage cells cervical vertebra ciliary cranial fossa cranial nerve deep digastric dorsal primary duct dura emissary veins ethmoidal external carotid artery facial nerve fascia fibers foramen ganglion groove hyoid bone inferior border inferiorly infratemporal innervation insert internal jugular vein lacrimal lateral pterygoid muscle layer levator ligament lingual located mandible mandibular division masseter muscle mastoid process maxilla maxillary artery medial pterygoid muscle membrane meningeal middle midline motor mylohyoid notch oblique occipital bone omohyoid ophthalmic origin palate palatine parotid bed parotid gland passes petrous pharyngeal plexus portion posterior belly posterior triangle posteriorly processes of vertebrae ramus region sagittal scalene sensory sinus sinuses skull spinal nerves spine splenius sternocleidomastoid structures stylohyoid styloid process subclavian artery superior nuchal line superiorly supply surface suture temporal bone thyroid gland tissue transverse processes trapezius trigeminal nerve tubercle vascular venous vessels zygomatic arch