Table of Contents

Development of the head and neck.
Basic neuroanatomy and cranial nerves.
The neck.
Scalp and muscles of facial expression.
Parotid bed and gland.
Temporal and infratemporal fossae.
Muscles of mastication.
Temporomandibular joint.
Pterygopalatine fossa.
Nose and nasal cavity.
Paranasal sinuses.
Oral cavity.
Cervical fascia.
Eye and orbit.
Autonomics of the head and neck.
Intraoral injections.
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