Vasculature and Lymphatics
Regions and Spaces of the Head
Nasal Cavity & Paranasal Air Sinuses
Pharynx and Esophagus
Layers, Regions and Triangles of the Neck
Larynx, Trachea, and Thyroid Gland
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The syllabus will be updated once the university will post the 2018-2019 syllabus.
The examination consists of an oral exam at the end of the semester and is split to splanchnology-1 and splanchnology-2.
A large part of splanchnology-1 is covered in this course, the rest of it is covered in the Anatomy of the Thorax course.
|1||Nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses||Nasal Cavity
Paranasal Air Sinuses
|2||Laryngeal cartilages and their connections, cavity of the larynx||Larynx – Introduction
Laryngeal Membranes, Ligaments and Folds
|3||Muscles of the larynx, their function and innervation||Muscles of the Larynx
Larynx – Vasculature, Innervation and Lymphatics
|4||Oral cavity (except the teeth). The palate and the floor of the oral cavity||Oral Cavity
Muscles of the Soft Palate
|6||Description of the teeth, their types, blood supply and innervation.||Teeth|
|7||Lymphatic drainage of the oral and nasal cavities, pharynx and larynx||Lymphatics|
|8||Cavity and parts of the pharynx||Pharynx
|9||Muscles and wall of the pharynx. Clinical importance of para- and retropharyngeal spaces||Muscles of the Pharynx|