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skull test

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What 4 thngs does the caldwell of skull demonstrate petrous ridges ethmoid frontal sinus crista galli
which facial bones have air cells ethmoid and tempporal
where does the petuitary gland sit sella turcica of he sphenoid bone
fibous portion of the mandible ossifies when? 1st year of life
what 4 bones make up the calvara occipital, 2 parietal, frontal
Name the 3 regions of the cranial floor: anterior, middle and posterior cranial fossa
Name 4 structures are shown in a Towne's Method projection1 .) petrous pyramids, 2.) foramen magnum, 3.)occipital bone, and 4.) parietal bone
this part of the temporal bone contains the organs of hearing and balancethe petrous portion or petrous pyramid
What is the widest part of the skull called. Parietal eminence
what is superimposed on te lateral projectionof the orbital roofs (2) eam tmj
entire foraman magnum for AP towne method would use what angle? 40-60 caudad
what two things are clearly demonsrated on SMV mastoid carotid
what bones are on the floor of the cranium ethmoid sphenoid temperal
opening into apex for transmissiono f optic nerve and opthalmic artery is ? optic canal
what tyupe of joint is TMJ synovial hing and gliding
thickest portiion of cranium glabella
for a waters of the facial bones. if you want to use less angulation and use the OML adjust the angle to ____ degrees 55
Which of followig are true for lateral proj of basal bone a) msp is parrallel to IR b)both sides done for comparison c) IPL perp to IR d) IPL parrallel to IR a, b, c
what projection demonstrates lateral or medial displacemnet of the rami of mandible a) pa b) pa axial c) lateral PA or PA axial
in order to demonstrate the syumphsis, body an ramus of the madible, wha tis the cr angle 25 cephalic
where does petuitray gland sit? in sella turcica
where does the sphenoid sit? below sella turcica
which projection or projections demonstrates the ethmoidal sunus a) lateral b)pa axial c)SMV all of above
to demonstrate the ethmoidal, sphenoidal in a SMV projection the IOML is _____ to the ir parrallel
to demonstrate the ethmoidal, sphenoidal in a SMV projection the cr is perp to ioml and horizontal
bilateral horizonal fractures of the maxialla le fort
fracture of te zygomatic arch and orbital floor or rim and dislocation of the frontozygomatic suture tripod
what is the juntion called where the squamosal meets the coronal lines pterion
wehre the squamosal suture meets the occipital is called asterion
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