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4.4.1 Introduction to the oral cavity and pharynx


In this section we’ll look at all the structures, other than nerves and blood vessels, that are connected with the oral cavity and pharynx. We’ll look at the upper and lower jaw and the muscles of mastication; then we’ll look at the the hyoid bone and the tongue and their muscles; then we’ll see the muscles of the cheek and lips, then the teeth and the salivary glands, and lastly we’ll look at the pharynx. It’s going to be a long section! Don’t aim to watch it all at once.

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