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  1. The skull is made up of __ bones, including __ cranial bones and __ facial bones, and the __.
    • 22
    • 8
    • 12
    • mandible
  2. B. Cranium
    1) What does the cranium do?
    2) Features of the frontal bone include the __ and __.
    • encloses and protects teh brain, provides attachments for muscles and contains air-filled sinuses that reduce its weight
    • supraorbital foramina/ frontal sinuses
  3. B. Cranium
    3) __ lie at the sides of the skull and join at the __.
    4) Features of the occipital bone include the __, __, and __.
    • 3) parietal bones/ sagittal suture
    • 4) lambdoidal suture, foramen magnum, occipital condyles
  4. B. Cranium
    5) Features of each temporal bone include the __, __, __, __, __, and __.
    6) Features of the winged sphenoid bone include the __ and __.
    7) Features of the ethmoid bone include the __, __, __, __ and __.
    • 5) squamosal suture, external auditory meatus, mandibular, fossae, mastoid process, styloid process, zygomatic process
    • 6) sella turcica, sphenoidal sinuses
    • 7) cribriform plates, a perpendicular plate, superior and middle nasal conchae, ethmoidal sinuses, crista galli
  5. C. Facial Skeleton
    1) The __ faciable bones and __ form the basic face and provide __ for __ of __.
    2) What do the maxillae do?
    • 1) 13 immovable/ mandible/ attachments/ muscles/ mastication/ expression
    • 2) form the upper jaw, hard palate, floor of the orbits, sides of the nasal cavity, house the upper teeth and contain large maxillary sinuses
  6. C. Facial Skeleton
    3) What are palatine bones?
    4) What zygomatic bones do?
    • 3) L-Shaped bones located behind the maxillae that form the floor of the nasal cavity and hard palate
    • 4) make up the cheekbones and join with the temporal bones to form the zygomatic arches
  7. C. Facal Skeleton
    5) Whta do the lacrimal bones form?
    6) What do nasal bones form?
    7) What does the vomer make up?
    • 5) form part of the medial walls of the orbit
    • 6) form the bridge of the nose
    • 7) a portion of the nasal septum
  8. C. Facial Skeleton
    8) Describe inferior nasal conchae.
    9) WHat does the mandible do?
    • 8) fragile, scroll-shaped bones that support mucous membranes within the nasal cavity
    • 9) (lower jawbone) supports the lower teeth and includes a mandibular condyle, coronoid process, and alveolar arch
  9. D. Infantile Skull
    1) Explain the infantile skull.
    2) What are some other features?
    • 1) Is incompletely developed and features fontales, or soft spots, to aid passage through the birth canal
    • 2) small face with prominent forehead and large orbits

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