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Chapter 13bontrager

Facial bones and paranasal sinuses

QuestionAnswer
The largest immovable bone of the face Maxilla
Four processes of the maxilla Frontal, palatine, alveolar, zygomatic
Most superior process of last mentioned ? Frontal process
Which soft tissue landmark is found at the base of the anterior nasal spine Acanthion
Which facial bone form the posterior aspect of the hard plate Horizontal potion of palatine bone
Which two cranial bones articulate with maxilla Frontal and ethmoid
Which facial bone are sometimes called " cheek bone" Zygomatic
Which facial bone is associated with tear duct Lacrimal bone
The purpose of the ...... ,or ........., is to divide the basal cavity into compartments and circulate air coming into the vassal cavities. Conchae, turbinate
The if the nose is formed by the right and left nasal conchae T/F False: most of nose is formed by cartilage
A deviated nasal septum is most likely to occur at the junction between ........, .......... Septal cartilage and vomer.
Matching next 8 question: mandibular terms Gonion: Mandibular angle
Mandibular notch U-shaped notch
Body Horizontal portion of mandible
Condyloid process Posterior process of upper ramus
Coronoid process Biny process located anterior to mandibular notch
Ramus Vertical portion of mandible
Mentun The chin
Symphysis menti The point of union between both halves of the mandible
From anterior to posterior the cone shaped orbits project upward at an angle ........... and toward midsagital plane at an angle of ......... 30degree, 37 degree
Which facial bone opening has the maxillary branch of the fifth cranial nerve passing through it Inferior orbital fissure
Which One of the facial bone openings is formed bully a cleft between the greater and lesser wing of the aphenoidbobe Superior orbital fissure
What is anotherterm for the secOnd cranial nerve Optic nerve
What is the older term for the second cranial nerve Antrum if highmore
"free floating" zygomatic bon is the result if what fracture Tripod fracture
an infection of the teeth may travel upward and involve the ...... Sinus Naxillary sinus
What is the major disadvantage if performing a straight PA projection for facial bones, with no angle or neck extension, as compared with other projection Tge dense petrous ridges will superimpose the orbits and Obsure facial bones
Where is te CR centers for lateral facial bone Zygoma
What us the proper method name for the parietoacanrhial projection of the facial bone Waters
Which facial bone structure are best seen with a parietoacanthial projection Infraorbiral rims, maxilla, zygomatic bone, bony nasal septum
The common basic PA axial projection for facial bones require a 15defree caused angle which projects the dense petrous ridges into the lower one-third of the orbits T/F True
Nuclear medicine is not helpful in diagnosing occult facial bone fracture False: it us used for that
What us the name of the fracture that result from a direct blow to the orbits leading to a disruption of the inferior orbital margin Blow-out fracture
A "free -floating" zygomatic bone is the frequent result of a ...... Fracture Tripid fracture
What CR angle must bemused to project the petrous ridges just below the orbital flOor with the PA axial (Caldwell method) projection 30degree
Whic structures specifically are visualized better on the modified parietoacanthial (water) projection as compared with the basic waters projection? Orbital rims, orbital floors
Created by: zidox