Fig. 38.1 Surface anatomy of the skull and nuchal region
Q1: Injecting a bolus of anesthetic two thirds of the way up the posterior border of the sternocleidomastoid would accomplish what task?
Q2: What palpable bony landmark would you use to auscultate the venous blood in the confluence of the sinuses?
Fig. 38.2 Surface anatomy of the face and neck
Q3: What are the boundaries of the lateral cervical triangle (posterior triangle)? Name two structures within this region that supply motor innervation to the muscles of the upper limb.
Q4: What are the boundaries of the carotid triangle? Name one non-vascular component of the vertical neurovascular bundle within the carotid sheath located in the carotid triangle.
Q5: What is the anatomical structure referred to as the “Adam's apple”?