Life systems of Resounding and Enunciation Part 6.


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Life structures of Resonation and Articulation Chapter 6 Perry C. Hanavan, Au.D.

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Question The source channel hypothesis: The channel is the: Larynx Pharynx Vocal tract Nose Oral pit

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Question The source-channel hypothesis: The source is the: Larynx Pharynx Vocal tract Nose Oral cavity

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Question The articulators are: Mobile Immobile An and B are genuine All are false

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Question There are ______ skull bones 2 4 6 8 10

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Question The skull sutures are not imperative True False I don\'t know I surrender There is no such thing

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Question Cupid\'s bow Part of the lips Part of the nose Part of the mandible Part of the maxilla Part of the eyebrow

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Source-Filter Theory Source: acoustic source Filter: vocal tract Vocal tract Resonant frequencies Quarter wave resonator

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Articulators Mobile or stationary For discourse, for the most part contact articulator with another

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Bones of the Face Mandible Anatomy Maxillae Nasal bone Palatine Bone Nasal Conchae Vomer Zygomatic Bone Lacrimal Bone Hyoid Bone

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Mandible

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Maxilla

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Skull Temporal bone (2) Occipital bone (1) Frontal bone (1) Parietal bone (2) Sphenoid bone (1) Ethmoid bone (1)

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Skull Sutures

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Skull Sutures 101 Lateral perspective Superior perspective Anatomy of the Newborn Skull Introduction to infant Skull Development Abnormal skulls

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Skull Base Anatomy

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Skull Base Structures

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Nasal Cavity Warms Humidifies Filters

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Face and Lip Landmarks Identify these points of interest with cohort

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Dentition Human dentition Human teeth

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Teeth

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Tooth Anatomy

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Dental Referents

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Developmental

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Occlusion Types

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Dental Conditions

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Tongue Anatomy WebMD Tongue Muscles

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Inferior View of Tongue

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Tongue Muscles Intrinsic Extrinsic

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Genioglossus and Related Muscles

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Facial Muscles Interactive Facial Muscle Orbicularis oris Risorius Buccinator Levator labii superioris Zygomatic minor Levator labii superioris alaequa nasi Levator anguli oris Zygomatic real Depressor labii inferioris Depressor anguli oris Mentalis platysma

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Facial Muscles Facial muscles Facial muscles Human Face Muscles Facial Muscle Practice

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Muscles of Mastication Masseter Temporalis Medial pterygoid Lateral pterygoid Digastricus Mylohyoid Geniohyoid platysma

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Muscles of Mastication Gray\'s Anatomy Mastication Muscles Mastication exam Chewing muscles Function of muscles

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Velum

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Muscles of the Velum Levator veli palatini Musculus uvulae Tensor veli palatini Palatoglossus Palatopharyngeus

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Muscles of the Velum Muscles of the delicate sense of taste Soft Palate Questions Soft sense of taste & pharyngeal muscles Anatomical structures of delicate sense of taste

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Pharyngeal Muscles

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Clefts Fetal Clefts

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