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skull anatomy 2

skull anatomy set 2 for comp

Name the cranial bones frontal, occipital, R and L parietal, R and L temporal, ethmoid and sphenoid
How many cranial bones are there? 8
How man facial bones are there? 14
How many bones make up the skull total? 22
Which of the cranial bones make up the floor? ethmoid, sphenoid, right temporal
Name the facial bones nasal (2), lacrimal (2), maxillary (2), zygomatic (2), palatine (2), inferior nasal conchae (2), vomer and mandible
What kind of marrow is found in flat bones? red
What is the function of the skull? protective housing for the brain and eyes
Name the sutures of the skull coronal, sagittal, squamosal, lambdoidal
Name the divisions of the cranial floor anterior, middle, and posterior cranial fossae
Where is the coronal suture located? between the frontal and parietal bones
Where is the sagittal suture located? between the two parietal bones and behind the coronal suture
The junction of the sagittal and coronal sutures is called: the Bregma
The squamosal suture is located where? between the temporal and parietal bones
The lambdoidal suture is found where? between the parietal and occipital bones
The junction between the lambdoidal and sagittal sutures is termed: lambda
Pterion junction point for the parietal bone, squamosal suture and greater wing of sphenoid
Asterion junction point for the occipital bone, parietal bone, and mastoid portion of temporal bone
An area of incomplete ossification in infants is called: a fontanel
The sella turcica is part of what bone? sphenoid
Major anatomy of the ethmoid bone includes: horizontal plate, vertical plate, perpendicular plate
Piece of anatomy found just anterior to the sella turcica: tuberculum sellae
Piece of anatomy found just posterior to the sella turcica: dorsum sellae
Major anatomy of the sphenoid bone: sella turcica, greater wings, lesser wings
Major anatomy of the occipital bone occipital condyles, basilar portion, foramen magnum, EOP
Created by: annaluz87