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What are the fibrous joints that join the cranium sutures
How many facial bones are in the group? 14
Lambdia is the junction of what? the lambdodial and sagittal suture
The sagittal suture is located between what? the parietals bones and behind the coronal suture
how many bones are in the skull 22
what are the names of the bones in the calvari frontal bone, left and right parietal bones and the occipital bone
How many bones are in the cranial 8
What are the areas of the skull that have not completely ossified in newborns Font angels
The bregma is the junction between what Sagittarius and coronal sutures
What is the suture between the temporal and parietal bones Squamosal
The Petronius is the junction between what Parietal bone, squamosal suture, and the greater wing of the sphenoid
The junction between the occipital bone, parietal bone, mastoid bone, and process of the temporal bone is called Asterion
The coronal suture separates what The frontal bone and parietal bone
What bones make up the floor of the skull Ethmoid, sphenoid, and temporal bones
What is the CR angle for a PA ( Haas) method of the skull 25 degrees cephalad
In the lateral projection of the skull what line is perpendicular to the front edge of the cassette IOML
In a lateral projection of the skull what plane is parallel to the IR Midsagittal plane
In the lateral projection what line is perpendicular to the IR Interpupillary line
In an PA axial(caldwell) projection of the skull where does the CR exit Nasion
In a Pa projection where does the CR exit with no angle Nasion
In the SMV projection where does the CR enter Perpendicular to IOML midway between angles of the mandible and approximately 3/4 inches anterior to the level of the EAMs
If the IOML is perpendicular to the IR in the Townes method then what is the angle of the CR 37 degrees caudal
How is the midsagittal plane centered to the midline of the IR in the SMV projection Parallel
The CR passes through the EAMs in what projection of the skull AP Axial Townes
What is the CR and IR position for the lateral projection of the skull They are 2 inches superior to the EAMs
What is the CR angle for the PA Axial Caldwell projection 15 caudal
In the SMV projection the cranial base, the CR should always be perpendicular to what line IOML
If the patient can not flex the neck to place the OML perpendicular to the IR in the Townes projection the what should be done The IOML should be placed perpendicular with a 37 degree caudal angle
What line should be place parallel to the plane of the IR in the SMV projection IOML
What line is perpendicular to the IR in the Caldwell projection OML
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