Head and Neck

Topics
Skull

Parts of the skull, bones and anatomical landmarks, sutures.

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Brain

Brainstem, cerebellum, cerebral hemispheres. Lobes, gyri and sulci. Cerebral blood vessels.

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Cranial nerves

Twelve cranial nerves, their exit points, anatomical course, branches and topography.

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Skull topography

Cranial base; temporal, infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae; orbit; nasal cavity.

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Skull openings

Location of various openings connecting different parts of the skull.

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Orbit

Bony orbit, extra-ocular muscles, nerves of the orbit, lacrimal apparatus.

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Anatomy of the face

Overview of the facial muscles, parotid gland, innervation and blood supply of the face.

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Facial muscles

Anatomy of the muscles that provide facial expressions.

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Muscles of mastication

Temporalis, masseter, medial and lateral pterygoids. Accessory masticatory muscles.

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Palatine muscles

Anatomy of the muscles that form the soft palate.

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Muscles of the neck

Superficial, suprahyoid, infrahyoid, lateral, prevertebral, suboccipital muscles of the neck.

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Ligaments of the neck

Ligaments that are found in the neck and strengthen the cervical spine.

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Triangles of the neck

Topographical regions known as triangles of the neck, their borders and contents.

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Arteries of the head and neck

Most important blood vessels providing arterial blood supply to the head and neck.

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Veins of the head and neck

Course and topography of major veins providing drainage from the head and neck.

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