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Unit 6 Skull


The skull is made up of _____ parts 2
How many facial bones are there 14
The FORAMEN MAGNUM is a large hole in the _____ _____ bone, where the spinal cord passes into the brain Anterior Occiptal Bone
What bones make up the lateral outer part of the calvarium and also the lateral portion of the base? 2 Temporal Bones
What bones contain the delicate structures of hearing and balance? Temporal Bones
The fontal, occipital and 2 Parietals are classified as what type of bones? Flat Bones
The sphenoid, ethmoid and 2 temporal are classified as what type of bones? Irregular Bones
What bone forms the cheek bone and parts of the orbit 2 zygomas
The 14 facial bones are classified as what kind of bones Irregular Bones
The TMJ allows for what kind of movement? Hinge and Gliding
The smooth, slightly raised area just superior to the eyebrows and bridge of the nose is called what? Glabella
The depression at the bridge of the nose between the orbits is called what? Nasion
The midline point at the junction of the upper lip and nasal septum is called what? Acanthion
The mentum of the mandible that corresponds to the anterior chin is called the? The Mental Point
The _______ refers to the angle formed by the ramus and body of the mandible. Gonion
The opening of the ear canal is called the ______? EAM - External Auditory Meatus
The ____ is the top of the ear attachment. TEA
The _______ is where the eye meets the nose medially. Inner Canthus
The ______ is where the eyelids meets laterally. Outer Canthus
The _____ is the superior bony rim of the orbit. Superior Orbital Margin
The _______ is the inferior bony rim of the orbit. Inferior Orbital Margin
The MSP divied the head into the right and left halves. Midsagittal Plane
The IPL is a plane through the outer canthus of each eye? Interpupillary Line
In the AP Axial (REVERSE CALDWELL) the patient is facing the tube, head adjusted to place ____ perpendicular to the IR. Perpendicular
In the AP Axial (reverse caldwell) the CR angled is ____* Cephald to _____. 15* - Nasion
Why is the AP Axial done (Towns)? To domstraight occipital posterior - Foramen Magnum-Petrous portions of the temporal bone
For the Townes the CR is angled _____* Caudial if IOML> 37*
In the lateral position the CR is to a point of 2" _____ to th EAM. SUPERIOR OR ABOVE
For the lateral position the head is adjusted to place interpuillary line is _____to the IR. Perpendicular
To image the Sinuses the ______ is used. Buckey
The PA AXIAL (Caldwell View) is done to demonstrate the _______ and the _____ Sinuses. Frontal and Ethmoid
When using the waters view adjust the head (chin extended) to place MML (Mentomeatal Line) is ____ to the IR. Perpendicular
What is the most common facial fracture? The Nasal Bone
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