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Midterm positioning

All of the following are facial bones except. ( ethmoid, mandible, maxillae, zygomatic) Ethmoid
What bones contain air cells Ethmoid, frontal, sphenoid
Which bones have condyles that articulate with the atlas of the cervical spine Occipital
Zygomatic arches are part of which bone Temporal bone
Which bone of the skull contains the auditory organs( organs of hearing) Temporal bone
The vestibular cochlear organ is the organ of what Hearing and balance
Which of the following is located in the middle ear Tympanic membrane
Which of the following is located in the inner ear Semicircular canals
This is the largest most dense bone n the face Mandible
Small u shaped structure situated at the base of the tongue is the Hyoid bone
Typically shaped head at the Petrous pyramids projected anteriorly and medially at what angle 47 degrees from the midsagittal plane of the skull
What is the typically shaped head called Mesocephalic skull
The type of skull hat is short front to back, broad side to side, and has a shallow vertex to base Brachycephalic skull
The type of skull that is long front to back, narrow side to side, and deep vertex to base is Dolichocephalic skull
Which plane f the head is placed parallel to the plane of the IR for he lateral projection of the skull Midsagittal
For a lateral skull projection the IR and central ray are placed in what relation to the EAM 2 inches above
What is true regarding the lateral projection of the skull Interpupillary line is perpendicular to the IR and the midsagittal plane is placed parallel to the IR
What should be superimposed on the lateral projection of the skull Orbital roofs, EAMs, and temporal mandibular rami joint
What is the angle for a PA axial Caldwell projection 15 degrees caudal
What is perpendicular to the plane of the IR on the Caldwell projection of the skull Orbitalomeatal line
If you can not turn the patient the typical way for the Caldwell and you put them in the supine position what would the CR angle be 15 degrees cephalad
What line is perpendicular to the IR in the Townes projection OML
If you can not get the neck flexed enough in the Townes projection what line should be placed perpendicular to the IR IOML 37 degree angle
What is true regarding the AP axial skull projection on where you place the IR Level of cranium
If the IOML line is perpendicular during the Townes what is the CR angle 37 degree caudal
What is demonstrated on the AP axial Townes projection Dorsae sellae, posterior cliniod process
What is the CR angle during an AP axial Townes to demonstrate the entire foremen magnum 40-60 degrees caudal
Which method will clearly demonstrate he petrous ridges, dorsa sellae, posterior cliniod processes Haas, Townes
How many bones are in the skull 22
The bony orbits are composed of how many bones 7(3 cranial, 4 facial)
For the SMV projection of the cranial base the CR should always be perpendicular to what IOML
The PA axial Caldwell projection what part of the patient should be touching the table Nose and forehead
For the AP axial Townes projection what is demonstrated Petrous ridge, occipital bone, posterior portion of the foremen magnum
Which line should be placed parallel to the plane of the IR during the SMV projection at the cranial base IOML
What s the CR angle for the SMV projection of the skull Perpendicular /0 degrees
Which radiographic demonstrates the mastoid process, sphenoid process, and carotid canals SMV
Which projection demonstrates the cranial base SMV
Which bone contains the pituitary gland Sphenoid
Which of the following foramina is found in the sphenoid bone Foramina rotundum, and optic foramina
What forms the roof of the mouth Palentine and maxillae
What type of joint is the TMJ Synovial, hinge and gliding
Superior aspect which contains deep depressions called sellae turica is the Sphenoid bone
Large aperture in the occipital bone that allows the medulla oblongta and spinal cord to exit is Foremen magnum
The base anterior portion of the occipital bone contains two large openings that allow blood vessels to pass through are called Jugular foremen
Thickest and densest portion of bone in the cranium is Petrous portion of the temporal bones
The base of the temporal bone contains an opening in which the net renal corodid artery passes through is the Foremen lacerum
Which of the facial bone contains the foremen in which the tear duct passes Lacrimal bone
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