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Oral Anatomy Test 1

Skeletal

TermDefinition
Name the foramen just inferior to the orbit Infraorbital foramen
Name the large opening that the nose covers Piriform apeture
Name the structures that pass through the optic canal Optic nerve and ophthalmic artery
What structures pass through the superior orbital fissure Cranial nerves III, IV, V1, VI, ophthalmic nerve
What suture joins the parietal and temporal bones Squamous
Which suture joins the frontal and parietal bones Coronal
Which suture joins the parietal and occipital bones Lambdoidal
What is the large opening in the temporal bone External auditory meatus
What is the term for close approximation of the frontal, parietal, temporal and greater wing of the sphenoid pterion or temporal fossa
Name the structure that passes through foramen ovale mandibular nerve
Name the structure that passes through foramen rotundum maxillary nerve
Name the structure that passes through hypoglossal canal hypoglossal nerve
Name the structure that passes through foramen magnum Spinal cord
Name the structure that passes through stylomastoid foramen Facial nerve
Name the structure that passes through jugular foramen Internal jugular
Name the structure that passes through carotid canal internal carotid artery
What are the two types of head and neck bones Viscerocranium and neurocranium
Do more bones comprise the viscerocranium or the neurocranium Viscerocranium
How many bones form the skull 22 (14 viserocranium and 8 neurocranium)
Which of the facial bones is not paired Vomer and mandible
The projection of the medial wall of the pterygoid plate located posterior to the hard palate is known as what Hamular process
Which bone is referred to as the "floating bone" Hyoid bone
The foramen on the external portion of the mandible located near the apex of the 2nd premolar is Mental foramen
Which part of the mandible articulates with the mandibular fossa to form the TMJ Condyle
The piriform aperture (nasal cavity)is formed primarily by what bones Maxillary and nasal bones
In the middle of the inferior surface of the occipital bone is a large opening through which the spinal cord passes. What is this opening Foramen magnum
The suture located between the 2 parietal bones is called what Sagittal
The joining together of two or more bones is known as what Suture
A long tube like opening in a bone is called what Canal
A short opening in a bone is known as what Foramen
A shallow depression in a bone is known as what Fossa
The portion of the maxilla and mandibular bone that forms the sockets for the teeth is known as what Alveolar process
Which bones form the hard palate Maxilla and palatine bones
Where is the largest of the paranasal sinuses Body of the maxilla
What is the area called immediately behind the maxillary third molars Maxillary tuberosity
What are the 3 divisions (parts) of the mandible Ramus, body and alveolar process
What bones make up the orbit Ethmoid, lacrimal, maxilla, frontal, zygomatic, sphenoid
What is the area immediately behind the mandibularthird molars called Retromolar pad
What is the foramen located about midway up the medial side of the ramus Mandibular foramen
What is the bony ridge that runs from the mandibular foramen down and forward on the internal surface of the mandible called Mylohyoid ridge
At midline on the internal surface of the mandible are small bony projections, what are these called Genial tubercules
What is the small bony projection that partially covers the mandibular foramen called Lingula
What bones form the nasal septum Ethmoid and vomer
In addition to the Zygomatic bone, which of the following bones has a process that forms the Zygomatic arch Temporal bones
Foramen Ovale transmits what nerve V3
Foramen Rotundumtransmitswhat nerve V2
The nasopalatine nerve passes through what foramen Incisive
The pterygoid process is found on what bone Sphenoid
The mastoid process and the styloid process are found on what bone Temporal
Sphenoid bone: Neuro or Viscerocranium; paired or unpaired Neurocranium, unpaired
The temperozygomatic suture joins which bones Zygomatic and temporal
Name the process that houses the maxillary teeth Alveolar process
Which bone makes up the medial wall of the orbit Ethmoid
Which bone makes up the inferior wall of the orbit Maxilla
Which bone makes up the superior wall of the orbit Frontal
Which bone makes up the distal wall of the orbit Zygoma
Created by: marirose19