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This lecture highlights the anatomical perspective of Tongue and Palate. In section one, the educator begins with a comprehensive overview of The Tongue and progresses forward to shed light on Mucous Membrane of the Tongue and Papillae of Tongue. After this, the discussion of Specialized Mucosa, Taste Buds, and Tonsils of Tongue takes place. The educator then shifts over to the elucidation of The Lingula Tonsils and Movements of the Tongue.
Muscles of Tongue
Section two is about Muscles of Tongue where the educator talks about Intrinsic Muscles in general and Intrinsic Muscles of Tongue. The educator then shifts towards the discussion of Extrinsic Muscles in general and Extrinsic Muscles of Tongue. Following this, a comprehensive demonstration of various Muscles of Tongue takes place. These muscles include Genioglossus Muscle, Hyoglossus Muscle, Styloglossus Muscle, and Palatoglossus Muscle. At the end of this section, the topic of Blood Supply to the tongue is covered followed by s demonstration of Lymph Drainage and Sensory Innervation.
Section three elaborates on The Palate. The description of Hard Palate and Soft Palate is carried out followed by an explanation of Mucous Membrane. Subsequently, the educator sheds light on Palatine Aponeurosis and Movements of the Soft Palate.
Muscles of Palate
Section four is regarding the Muscles of Palate. In this section, the educator begins by presenting a comprehensive overview of Muscles of Palate and elaborates on them one by one. These muscles include Tensor and Levator Veli Palatini, Palatoglossus Muscle, Palatopharyngeus Muscle, and Muscularis Uvulae. Afterwards, the Nerve Supply of Palate and Blood Supply of the Palate are brought under consideration. At the end of this section, the educator highlights Lymph Drainage of the Palate.
Section five sheds light on Clinical Notes. The prime focus of the educator in this section is the discussion of various Clinical Notes of Tongue and Palate such as Laceration of Tongue. The educator also highlights Angioedema of the Uvula (Quincke's Uvula) and Cleft Palate. At the end of this section, the topic of Cleft Lip and Palate is addressed.