Inferior portion of the pharynx

Clinical Anatomy of Swallowing Mechanism - Hani Shaker

divided, for swallowing, into an oral portion and a pharyngeal portion. o The oral portion includes tip, blade, front, and back that ends at the circumvallate papillae. It is controlled voluntarily. o The pharyngeal portion of the tongue (tongue base) begins at the circumvallate papillae and extends to the hyoid bone.

June 25th,2019

Chapter 23: The Respiratory System

• The nasopharynx is the superior portion of the pharynx. It contains the pharyngeal tonsils and openings to the left and right auditory tubes. • The oropharynx, the middle portion of the pharynx, communicates with the oral cavity. • The laryngopharynx, the inferior portion of the pharynx, extends from the hyoid

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Clinical Anatomy of Swallowing Mechanism - Hani Shaker

divided, for swallowing, into an oral portion and a pharyngeal portion. o The oral portion includes tip, blade, front, and back that ends at the circumvallate papillae. It is controlled voluntarily. o The pharyngeal portion of the tongue (tongue base) begins at the circumvallate papillae and extends to the hyoid bone.

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June 25th,2019

Hypopharynx | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org

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June 25th,2019

6. The Pharynx - Department of Linguistics - UCLA

6. The Pharynx The pharynx, which forms the upper part of the digestive tract, consists of three parts: the nasopharynx, the oropharynx and the laryngopharynx. The principle object of this dissection is to observe the pharyngeal constrictors that form the back wall of the vocal tract. Because

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June 25th,2019

Respiratory System Questions - Academic Computer Center

Respiratory System Questions 15. Which of the following is TRUE? a. The space just superior to the epiglottis is known as the glottis. b. The anterior portion of the hard palate is made of the horizontal plates of the ethmoid bone. c. The entire pharynx is lined by respiratory epithelium d.

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June 25th,2019

CHAPTER 9: RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

The inferior portion of the pharynx, the laryngopharynx or hypopharynx, begins at the level of the hyoid bone. At its inferior end it opens into the esophagus (food tube) posteriorly and the …

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June 25th,2019

ORAL CAVITY AND ORAL PHARYNX - seer.cancer.gov

The oral pharynx (oropharynx) is that portion of the continuity of the pharynx extending from the plane of the inferior surface of the soft palate to the plane of the superior surface of the hyoid bone (or floor of the vallecula) and includes the base of tongue, inferior surface of the soft palate and the uvula, the anterior

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June 25th,2019

Respiratory System Questions - Academic Computer Center

Respiratory System Questions 15. Which of the following is TRUE? a. The space just superior to the epiglottis is known as the glottis. b. The anterior portion of the hard palate is made of the horizontal plates of the ethmoid bone. c. The entire pharynx is lined by respiratory epithelium d. The nasopharynx contains the palatine tonsil. e. None ...

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June 25th,2019

Pharynx and Respiratory Development

Pharynx and Respiratory Development This chapter will introduce you to the key structures and systems that arise from the endodermal linings of the embryonic pharynx. The pharyngeal pouches and the floor of the pharynx give rise to numerous glands, tonsils, and …

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June 25th,2019

Human Anatomy & Physiology – Dr. Sullivan Unit VI ...

e) The Pharynx aka: throat i) The pharynx starts just posterior to the nasal cavities (at the beginning of the soft palate) and runs about 5” down to the cricoid cartilage (the most inferior portion of the larynx below the adam’s apple) ii) Separates into three regions: Nasopharynx, Oropharynx, and Laryngopharynx based on the anatomical level.

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