CDO 335 Study Guide for Exam Four
CDO 335 Study Guide for Exam Four CDO 335
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Study Guide for Exam Four 0 What is the primary purpose of Phonatory structures 0 What is the secondary purpose of Phonatory structures 0 Match up each bonecartilage with its corresponding landmark Hyoid Bone Epiglottis Thyroid Cricoid Arytenoid Petiolus Superior HornsCornua Greater HornsCornua Thyroid Notch Lesser HornsCornua Triticial Cartilage Posterior Lamina Vocal Process Oblique Line Valleculae Laminae Muscular Process Angle BodyCorpus Inferior HornsCornua Apex Anterior Arch Intrinsic Muscles of the Larynx 0 Match the following landmarks of the larynx with their de nition Epiglottis Aryepiglottic Folds Laryngeal Aditus Laryngeal Vestibule Laryngeal Ventricle Ventricular FoldsFalse Vocal Folds True vocal Folds Cricothyroid Membraneligament Glottis Pyriform Sinuses Lateral space between true and false vocal folds Space between the true vocal folds Opening of larynx below epiglottis and aditus but above the false vocal folds leaflike structure with folds over the laryngeal aditus during swallowing Shallow depressions lateral to aryepiglottic folds at level of vocal folds located between the laryngeal vestibule and the laryngeal ventricle Helps to close off the airway Also known as the Thyroarytenoid muscles which sits right on top of the airway Membrane extending from arytenoid cartilage to epiglottis Attaches cricoid cartilage to the thyroid Uppermost superior space which is the entryway into larynx Label the following layers of the True Vocal Folds in the correct order from super cial to deep 1most super cial 5most deep Intermediate Layer of Lamina Propria Thyrovocalis Muscle Squamous Epithelium Super cial Layer of Lamina Propria Deep Layer of Lamina Propria What are the two parts of the Thyroarytenoid Muscle Make sure you know the Function and Innervation for the two parts of the Thyroarytenoid Muscle 0 Know the Origin Course Insertion Function and Innervation for the following muscles Posterior Cricoarytenoid Muscle Lateral Cricoarytenoid Muscle Interarytenoid Muscles 2 Cricothyroid Muscles Extrinsic Muscles of Larynx 0 Know just the Function and Innervation of the following muscles Sternothyroid Muscles Thyrohyoid Muscles Sternohyoid Muscles Omohyoid Muscles Digastric Muscles Styloid Muscles Mylohyoid Muscles Geniohyoid Muscles Note that all of the following muscles have different innervations Match the following muscles with their courses Sternohyoid Thyrohyoid Sternohyoid Omohyoid Digastric Stylohyoid Mylohyoid Geniohyoid Runs from mandible to the hyoid bone Superior belly runs vertically inferior belly courses from scapula medially and upward to meet superior via the intermediate tendon Runs from the thyroid to the hyoid bone Runs from the sternum to the thyroid cartilage Anterior belly runs from mandible posterior belly runs from stonid process to meet the anterior beIIy at the intermediate tendon Also runs from mandible to hyoid Runs from the sternum to the hyoid bone Runs from styloid process to the hyoid bone Runs parallel to posterior belly of digastric muscle
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