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Neck, cervical viscera, neurovascular bundle, posterior triangle, anterior triangle, hyoid muscles, hyoid bone, infrahyoids, suprahyoids

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Department
Biomedical Science
Course
BMS 301
Professor
Mark Frasier
Semester
Fall

Description
26 October Neck “Core” – cervical vertebrae Anterior and posterior set of deep muscles surround Run from ribs/vertebral column to cervical column/head Anterior receive motor supply from ventral rami Posterior receive motor supply from dorsal rami Cervical Viscera Endocrine system – thyroid gland, parathyroid glands Respiratory system – nasal cavity → pharynx → larynx/trachea GI system – oral cavity → pharynx → esophagus Immune system – thymus gland, lymphatic – lymph nodes/vessels Vessels Carotids Common Internals Externals Jugulars Internals Externals Subclavian arteries and veins Nerves VIII, IX, XI, XII Vagus Sympathetic trunks Phrenics Cervical plexus Brachial plexus Superficial muscles Neurovascular bundle Vagus nerve Common carotid Internal jugular vein Surrounded by connective tissue Sternocleidomastoid XI Together: flex cervical column (look down) Separately: laterally flex neck (slightly upwards) Posterior Triangle Floor – scalene muscle group Anterior, middle, posterior
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