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RAD 1206 Skull

Skull, Sinus, Facial

Which of the following is the part of the skull that surrounds and protects the brain? Cranium
Where is the exact location of the optic foramen? Apex of the orbit
What i the area between the eyebrows and above the bridge of the nose called? Glabella
Which of these anatomical structures would not be found in the petrous portion of the temporal bone? Ossicles, Auricle, Cochlea,Tympanic cavity Auricle
What is the point called where the nose and upper lip join together called? Acanthion
What is the point where the two parietals articulate with the occipital bone? Lambda
What is the point where the two nasal bones and the frontal bone join together called? Nasion
What is the name of the membrane that separates the EAM from the middle ear Tympanic Membrane
What is the posterior portion of the sella tursica called The Dorsum Sellae
A line drawn between the two pupils of the eye Interpupillary line
A line drawn between the orbit and the EAM Orbitalmeatal line
The master gland of the endocrine system Pituitary
A line between the Infraorbital margin and the EAM Infraorbitomeatal line
What is the superior most aspect of the skull called The Vertex
Which topographical landmark corresponds to the floor of the cranium? Supraorbital groove
For a true lateral of the skull, the midsaggital plane must be _____with the image receptor paralell
What is the proper anatomical name for the skullcap Calvarium
The perpendicular plate of the Ethmoid articulates with which facial bone? The vomer
What is the name of the large opening in the skull where the spinal and cranial nerves pass? The foramen magnum
In order to best demonstrate fluid levels in the sinus cavity, the patient must be____________________ Erect
The bregma in an adult would be the ____________fontanel in an infant. Anterior fontenel
Which of the following bones form the base of the cranium? Sphenoid, Parietal, Occipital or frontal? Sphenoid
Where will the petrous ridges appear on a properly positioned Caldwell view In the lower 1/3 of the orbits
What structure houses the Pituitary Gland? Sella Tursica
What two parts of the patient's anatomy will touch the IR in a Caldwell view? Forehead and Nose
In a Submentovertex projection which line is parallel to the plane of the IR? Infraorbital meatal line
In the Towne's projection, which structure will be projected in the shadow of the foramen magnum? Dorsum Sellae
The OML is perpendicular to the IR and the CR is angles 15 degrees cephalad. What is the projection? AP Caldwell
What is the flat major portion of the parietal bone called? Squamous portion
What suture separates the two parietal bones? Sagittal
Which of the following does NOT compose the calvarium? Frontal, Temporal, Occipital, Parietal Temporal
Created by: cjweaks