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Monahan

Cranial Bones and Sutures (Skull)

QuestionAnswer
Name the forehead bone. frontal bone
Name the three cranial bones that contain sinuses. frontal, sphenoid, and ethmoid
Name the bone at the back of the head. occipital bone
The foramen magnum and occipital condyles are features of which bone? occipital bone
The supraorbital foramina are features of which bone? frontal bone
Name the bat-shaped bone that forms the floor of the cranium. Holy skull bone, Batman! sphenoid bone
The sella turcica is a feature of which bone? sphenoid bone
Name the two bones that form the "wall" of the cranium. parietal bones
What does pariet- mean? wall
The external auditory meatus is a feature of which bone? temporal bone
The mastoid and styloid processes are features of which bone? temporal bone
The mandibular fossa is a feature of which bone? temporal bone
The zygomatic process is a feature of which bone? temporal bone
How many cranial bones are there? 8 (sphenoid, 2 temporal, 2 parietal, frontal, occipital, and ethmoid)
The perpendicular plate is a feature of which bone? ethmoid bone
The crista galli and cribriform plate are features of which bone? ethmoid bone
The frontal bone is joined to the parietal bones by which suture? coronal suture
The parietal bones are joined together by which suture? sagittal suture
The parietal bones are joined to the occipital bone by which suture? lambdoidal suture
The temporal bones are joined to the parietal bones by which sutures? squamosal sutures
Created by: smonahan