[Anatomy] The Head and Neck Quizzes – Part 6 (20 questions)

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[Anatomy] The Head and Neck Quizzes – Part 6 (20 questions)
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Which of the following is the sensory nerve of the larynx?

The internal laryngeal nerve is the sensory nerve of the larynx



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101. Which of the following is true?
(A) The malleus articulates with the stapes and is moved by the tensor tympani.
(B) The round window is an opening in the medial wall of the tympanic cavity leading to the vestibule of the inner ear and is closed by the base of the stapes.
(C) The tensor tympani assists in preventing damage to the internal ear when one hears loud noises.
(D) The stapedius is innervated by the chorda tympani.
(E) The stapedius pulls the stapes anteriorly and flattens its base, loosening the annular ligament and increasing oscillatory range
102. Which of the following foramina is NOT correctly matched with its function?
(A) cochlear aqueduct . . . allows bony labyrinth to communicate with subarachnoid space; also contains labyrinthine vein
(B) aqueduct of the vestibule . . . transmits endolymphatic duct, an artery, and a vein
(C) internal acoustic meatus . . . transmits vestibulocochlear nerve and vestibular artery

(D) mastoid canaliculus . . . transmits auricular branch of the vagus
(E) tympanic canaliculus . . . tympanic branch of the glossopharyngeal nerve

103. Which of the following is true?
(A) The cochlear labyrinth is composed of the utricle, the saccule, and three semicircular canals.
(B) The membranous labyrinth contains perilymph.
(C) The basilar membrane secures the cochlear duct to the spiral canal of the cochlea.
(D) The spiral membrane forms the floor of the cochlear duct.
(E) The saccule is continuous with the cochlear duct through the ductus reuniens
104. Which of the following is NOT true in respect to typical cervical vertebrae?
(A) They have short, bifid spinous processes.
(B) The inferior facets of articular processes are directed inferoposteriorly, and superior facets are directed superoposteriorly.
(C) The transverse processes contain a foramen transversarium, which transmits the vertebral vein and artery except for C7, where it transmits only the vertebral artery.
(D) The vertebral foramen is large and triangular.
(E) The vertebral body is small, with a concave superior surface and a convex inferior surface.
105. Which fascial layer is NOT correctly matched with the structures it encloses?
(A) superficial cervical fascia . . . platysma
(B) investing layer of deep cervical fascia . . . trapezius and sternocleidomastoid
(C) pretracheal layer of deep cervical fascia . . . suprahyoid muscles
(D) prevertebral layer of deep cervical fascia . . . longus colli, longus capitis, scalenes, deep cervical muscles
(E) carotid sheath . . . carotid arteries, internal jugular vein, vagus
106. Which of the following is NOT a superior attachment of the trapezius?
(A) lateral surface of mastoid process
(B) medial third of superior nuchal line
(C) external occipital protuberance
(D) ligamentum nuchae
(E) spinous processes of C7–T12
107. Which of the following is NOT correct in respect to the posterior triangle of the neck?
(A) Its anterior boundary is formed by the posterior border of the SCM.
(B) Its posterior boundary is formed by the anterior border of the trapezius.
(C) Its inferior boundary is formed by the middle third of the clavicle.
(D) Its roof is formed by the platysma.
(E) Its floor is formed by the muscles covered by the prevertebral layer of deep cervical fascia
108. The anterior triangle of the neck does NOT contain which of the following smaller triangles?
(A) supraclavicular triangle
(B) submandibular triangle
(C) submental triangle
(D) carotid triangle
(E) muscular triangle
109. Which of the following muscles is NOT contained in the posterior cervical triangle?
(A) splenius capitis
(B) levator scapulae
(C) middle scalene
(D) posterior scalene
(E) stylohyoid
110. Which of the following is a suprahyoid muscle?
(A) mylohyoid
(B) sternohyoid
(C) omohyoid
(D) sternothyroid
(E) thyrohyoid
111. Which of the following is innervated by the trigeminal nerve?
(A) mylohyoid
(B) geniohyoid
(C) stylohyoid
(D) posterior belly of the digastric
(E) thyrohyoid
112. Which of the following is NOT an anterior vertebral muscle?
(A) longus colli
(B) longus capitis
(C) splenius capitis
(D) rectus capitis anterior
(E) rectus capitis lateralis
113. Of the following, which is innervated by the dorsal rami?
(A) splenius capitis
(B) levator scapulae
(C) posterior scalene
(D) middle scalene
(E) anterior scalene
114. Which of the following NEVER exists?
(A) middle thyroid artery
(B) middle thyroid vein
(C) thyroid ima artery
(D) parathyroid veins
(E) anterior jugular vein
115. Which of the following contains PAIRED laryngeal cartilages?
(A) thyroid, cricoid, epiglottic
(B) arytenoid, corniculate, cuneiform
(C) arytenoid, cricoid, epiglottic
(D) corniculate, cricoid, cuneiform

(E) cuneiform, corniculate, epiglottic

116. Which of the following intrinsic laryngeal muscles is NOT innervated by the recurrent laryngeal nerve?
(A) transverse arytenoids
(B) oblique arytenoids

(C) cricothyroid
(D) posterior cricoarytenoid
(E) lateral cricoarytenoid

117. Which of the following is the primary tensor of the vocal fold?
(A) cricothyroid
(B) thyroarytenoid
(C) vocalis
(D) aryepiglottic
(E) posterior cricoarytenoid
118. Which of the following abducts the vocal fold?
(A) vocalis
(B) transverse arytenoids
(C) oblique arytenoids
(D) thyroarytenoid
(E) posterior cricoarytenoid
119. Which of the following is the sensory nerve of the larynx?
(A) external laryngeal nerve
(B) recurrent laryngeal nerve
(C) internal laryngeal nerve
(D) paratracheal nerve
(E) inferior thyroid nerve
120. Which of the following are commonly referred to as the adenoids?
(A) pharyngeal tonsils
(B) submandibular glands
(C) palatine tonsils
(D) lingual tonsils
(E) sublingual glands

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