RA Ori & Nose

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  1. The care of the deceased to recreate a natural, form, color and texture describes the _____ RA

    a) old

    b) new

    c) general
    b
  2. The art and science of rebuilding/reconstructing diseased, mutilated, or missing tissue so as to produce a normal "like-like" apearance to the dead human body describes the _____ RA

    a) old

    b) new

    c) general
    a
  3. These are general incentives for training in RA

    a) it's a general custom of civilized society to view the body

    b) better embalming has created a greater desire in the public to view the deceased

    c) increase in the number of accident cases resulting in death today

    d) disfiguring diseases take a greater toll of lives today

    e) it has become competitive factor-mourner go their way and alk about cases

    f) may affect the types of services selected

    g) a closed casket more often than not does more psychological damage than an open casket due to speculative thoughts (especially if the death was the result of an accident)
    a) it's a general custom of civilized society to view the body

    b) better embalming has created a greater desire in the public to view the deceased

    c) increase in the number of accident cases resulting in death today

    d) disfiguring diseases take a greater toll of lives today

    e) it has become competitive factor-mourner go their way and alk about cases

    f) may affect the types of services selected

    g) a closed casket more often than not does more psychological damage than an open casket due to speculative thoughts (especially if the death was the result of an accident)
  4. These are personal incentives for training in RA

    a) a good restorative artist is a specialist, hence a more valuable asset to his/her employer

    b) personal satisfaction

    c) it's an ennobling, humanitarian act

    note: see what you do as a ministry to help others in overcoming their grief
    a) a good restorative artist is a specialist, hence a more valuable asset to his/her employer

    b) personal satisfaction

    c) it's an ennobling, humanitarian act

    note: see what you do as a ministry to help others in overcoming their grief
  5. T/F: Modern RA as we know it has been around very long
    f - has not
  6. T/F: We have a great deal of information concerning the methods of RA the ancient egyptian's practiced 1000's years ago
    t
  7. At the turn of the 20th century no RA was attempted because of the lack of __________

    a) interest

    b) training

    c) bodies
    b
  8. Which countries is RA practiced primarily in?

    a) U.S. and Brazil

    b) Italy and Canada

    c) U.S. and Canada
    c
  9. Who are the two RA pioneers listed in outline?

    a) Bower and Dhonau

    b) Eckels and Dhonau

    c) Eckels and Grande
    b
  10. Which school is Eckels associated with?

    a) Philadelphia school

    b) Cypress school

    c) Cincinnati school
    a
  11. Which school is Dhonau associated with?

    a) Philadelphia school

    b) Cypress school

    c) Cincinnati school
    c
  12. Who originally founded the Cincinnati school?

    a) Eckels

    b) Dhonau

    c) Clarke
    c
  13. What did Eckels and Dhonau work with and what were the road blocks with their methods?

    a) skin transplanting (incisions showed)

    b) plaster of paris (didn't color well)

    c) clay (couldn't be hidden, visible)

    d) yellow soap (wouldn't accept cosmetics)

    e) paraffin (no color)
    a-e
  14. What is paraffin aka?

    a) clay

    b) wax

    c) cement
    b
  15. What did the 20th century see of the mortuary supply companies with national demostrators?

    a) resistance

    b) opposition

    c) cooperation
    c
  16. When did our school open?

    a) 1999

    b) 1918

    c) 1956
    b
  17. Demi-surgery was previously known as

    a) half surgery

    b) skin surgery

    c) plastic surgery after death
    a
  18. Dermi-surgery was previously known as

    a) half surgery

    b) skin surgery

    c) plastic surgery after deathDermi-surgery was previously known as
    b
  19. Derma-surgery was previously known as

    a) half surgery

    b) skin surgery

    c) plastic surgery after death
    b
  20. Post-mortem plastic surgery was previously known as

    a) half surgery

    b) skin surgery

    c) plastic surgery after death
    c
  21. This is the study of the face and features, it deals only with the surface

    a) RA

    b) Physiognomy

    c) Anatomy
    b
  22. The anatomy that studies the relationship of surface markings with underline structure

    a) RA

    b) Physiognomy

    c) Topographical anatomy
    c
  23. This considers the most common characteristic of each feature

    a) norm

    b) asymmetry

    c) symmetry
    a
  24. This looks at both sides of everything that we are able to at the same time like the eyes, the nose, eyebrows but not the ears

    a) norm

    b) asymmetry

    c) symmetry
    a
  25. These are all general subjects studied during the course of instruction in RA

    a) features of the face

    b) bones of the head; how they influence

    c) facial proportions

    d) facial muscles

    e) facial profiles and frontviews

    f) facial markings (natural and acquired)

    g) color theory and cosmetics

    h) restorations (common dilemmas)

    i) hair

    j) death mask, hands, feet
    a) features of the face

    b) bones of the head; how they influence

    c) facial proportions

    d) facial muscles

    e) facial profiles and frontviews

    f) facial markings (natural and acquired)g) color theory and cosmetics

    h) restorations (common dilemmas)

    i) hair

    j) death mask, hands, feet
  26. When dealing with major restoration what must always be obtained from some responsible person before performing it?

    a) money

    b) permission

    c) supplies
    b
  27. According to our lecture notes, does general RA require permission?

    a) absolutely

    b) no

    c) always
    b
  28. These are the restorative treatments that require skill, effort and/or a long period of time

    a) major restoration

    b) general restoration

    c) individual restoration
    a
  29. What are some examples of major restoration?

    a) restoring/cutting hair

    b) excise (removing) tissue

    c) reconstructing/rebuilding

    d) correcting buck teeth
    a-d
  30. There are the restorative treatments that require minimal skill, effort and/or time to complete

    a) major restoration

    b) general restoration

    c) individual restoration
    b
  31. General restoration is aka

    a) major restoration

    b) minor restoration

    c) special restoration
    b
  32. What are some examples of minor restoration?

    a) waxing lips, cuts or abrasions

    b) applying external pressure to reduce swelling

    c) hypodermic tissue building
    a-c
  33. Hypodermically injecting something into the skin to fill it out describes

    a) tissue building

    b) tissue filling

    c) tissue stuffing
    a
  34. Restricting drainage while injecting embaling fluid to allow the skin to fill out describes

    a) tissue building

    b) tissue filling

    c) tissue stuffing
    b
  35. When NOT to do restorative work

    a) when it's against religious beliefs

    b) when permission cannot be obtained

    c) when improvement cannot be made (death due to fire, drowning, excessive decomp)

    d) for long standing disfigurements (scars, birthmarks, protruding teeth, goiter)

    note: perform restorative work if it is the opposite of any of the above
    a) when it's against religious beliefs

    b) when permission cannot be obtained

    c) when improvement cannot be made (death due to fire, drowning, excessive decomp)

    d) for long standing disfigurements (scars, birthmarks, protruding teeth, goiter)

    note: perform restorative work if it is the opposite of any of the above
  36. Which portion of the nose is of primary interest?

    a) internal

    b) external

    c) posterior
    b
  37. In regards to shape of the nose, it is considered to be a ___________ mass

    a) rectangular

    b) pyramid

    c) circular
    b
  38. List the three racial types mentioned in our lecture notes

    a) leptorrhine, mesorrhine, aquarrhine

    b) hectorrhine, mesorrhine, platyrrhine

    c) leptorrhine, mesorrhine, platyrrhine
    c
  39. This race type is known for its long, narrow and high at the bridge nose. It is associated with Caucasians

    a) platyrrhine

    b) leptorrhine

    c) mesorrhine
    b
  40. This race type is known for its intermediate nose and it is associated with Asians

    a) platyrrhine

    b) leptorrhine

    c) mesorrhine
    c
  41. This race type is known for its short, broad and flat bridge with minimum projection. It is associated with Blacks

    a) platyrrhine

    b) leptorrhine

    c) mesorrhine
    a
  42. The most projected surface of the nose is known as the

    a) dorsal

    b) dorsum

    c) dori
    b
  43. Profile classification is done by a _______ marked by the dorsum

    a) circle

    b) square

    c) line
    c
  44. The central area of this profile classification of the nose is depressed

    a) straight

    b) convex

    c) concave
    c
  45. Snub, pug, infantine, retrouse (retrousse) are all examples of this nose profile classification

    a) straight

    b) convex

    c) concave
    c
  46. This is the most common profile classification of the nose. It is a straight line from root to tip for the nose

    a) straight

    b) convex

    c) concave
    a
  47. Balanced, vertical and greshon are all examples of this nose profile classification

    a) straight

    b) convex

    c) concave
    a
  48. This is profile classification of the nose is where the center will project

    a) straight

    b) convex

    c) concave
    b
  49. Hooked, Roman and aqualine are all examples of this nose classification

    a) straight

    b) convex

    c) concave
    b
  50. List the two division of the nose

    a) posterior and internal

    b) external and anterior

    c) external and internal
    c
  51. This division of the nose is created by tissue and muscle which covers bone

    a) internal

    b) external

    c) posterior
    b
  52. This division of the nose is created by bone and cartilage

    a) internal

    b) external

    c) posterior
    a
  53. This is the superficial partition between the nostrils and it is the most inferior part of the nose

    a) glabella

    b) bridge

    c) columna nasi
    c
  54. Form of the inferior view of the external nose reveals 3 fused __________

    a) circles

    b) squares

    c) spheres
    c
  55. Two small elongated bones that form the bridge of the nose

    are easy to break

    have a very thin covering of tissue

    a) nasal bones

    b) lip bones

    c) tongue bones
    a
  56. What are the borders of the nose composed of?

    a) muscle and cartilage

    b) bone and cartilage

    c) bone and buggers
    b
  57. The maxilla bone forms the sides and floor nasal bones from the top describe this border of the nose:

    a) internally

    b) externally

    c) interstitially
    b
  58. The cribiform plate of the ethmoid bone forms the roof/superior/top portion

    internal nasal conchae form the sides

    palatine portion (roof) of the mouth the floor/interior/bottom portion describe this border of the nose:

    a) internally

    b) externally

    c) interstitially
    a
  59. T/F: The opening/orifice in the body face is bounded by the margins of the nasal bones and the maxilla
    t
  60. T/F: The maxilla is a paired bone
    t
  61. This feature marks exactly where the columna nasi goes

    it projects out from the lowermost border of the nasal cavity

    it marks the lower surface of the base of the nose and articulates with the lower margin of the septum

    a) nasal bone

    b) border of the nose

    c) nasal spine of the maxilla
    c
  62. List the two cartilates of the nose:

    a) maxilla and lateral cartilages

    b) septum and lateral cartilages

    c) septum and glabella
    b
  63. The septum is aka

    a) cartilage partition

    b) nasal spine

    c) lateral cartilage
    a
  64. This feature of the nose is anterior to the bony septum and is the deep partition between the nostrils

    a) septum

    b) cartilage partition

    c) lateral cartilages
    a & b
  65. Where is the septum located?

    a) on the right

    b) on the left

    c) on the midline
    c
  66. What does the septum's alingment affect?

    a) the size and shape of mouth

    b) the size and shape of nostrils

    c) the size and shape of eyes
    b
  67. If the septum is imperfect what does it create?

    a) a beautiful nose

    b) a crooked nose

    c) a turquoise nose
    b
  68. This feature of the nose is held in place by the vomer bone and perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone (which make up the bony septum internally)

    a) septum

    b) cartilage partition

    c) lateral cartilages
    a
  69. The paired inferior of these create the planes of the tip of the nose

    These make the wings of the nose

    a) septum

    b) cartilage partition

    c) lateral cartilages
    c
  70. The paired superior of these create the planes of the sides and area superior to the tip of the nose

    a) septum

    b) cartilage partition

    c) lateral cartilages
    c
  71. T/F: The grabella is part of the nose
    f - it is not
  72. This is a single eminence on the frontal bone and is a reference point for the nose

    a) forehead

    b) glabella

    c) eyebrows
    b
  73. These are the 7 parts of the nose:

    1) dorsum

    2) wings

    3) columna nasi

    4) nostrils

    5) base

    6) sides of the nose

    7) nasal sulcus
    These are the 7 parts of the nose:

    1) dorsum

    2) wings

    3) columna nasi

    4) nostrils

    5) base

    6) sides of the nose

    7) nasal sulcus
  74. This is the back (backbone) of the nose

    this is the most protruding/projecting surface of the nose

    it is the anterior plane of the nose and it gives us the length of the nose

    a) columna nasi

    b) dorsum

    c) base
    b
  75. What are the 3 components of the dorsum?

    a) root, bridge, base

    b) nasal sulcus, bridge, tip (lobe)

    c) root, bridge, tip (lobe)
    c
  76. The concave area below the forehead (glabella)

    it is the true beginning of the nose

    a) root

    b) bridge

    c) tip (lobe)
    a
  77. The bony projection formed by the nasal bones

    a) root

    b) bridge

    c) tip (lobe)
    b
  78. The most projecting point/part of the lobe of the nose

    a) root

    b) bridge

    c) tip (lobe)
    c
  79. Wings of the nose are aka

    a) anterior nares

    b) lateral lobes

    c) nasal sulcus
    b
  80. The widest part of the nose

    located superior to the columna nasi

    made of inferior cartilage

    a) nasal sulcus

    b) sides of the nose

    c) wings
    c
  81. The most inferior (lowest) part of the nose

    the fleshly column between the anterior nares

    it forms the superficial partition between the nostrils

    the septum forms the deep partition between the nostrils

    a) columna nasi

    b) nasal sulcus

    c) sides of the nose
    a
  82. Nostrils are aka

    a) anterior nares/naris

    b) nasal sulcus

    c) tip (lobe)
    a
  83. The oblique and oblong external openings to the nose

    the external openings into the nasal cavity

    a) columna nasi

    b) dorsum

    c) nostrils
    c
  84. The lowest border of the nose

    it is not an anatomical part but rather a reference point

    its an imaginary line drawn at the base of the nose on the bony spine (second lowest part)

    a) dorsum

    b) bridge

    c) base
    c
  85. The lateral walls of the nose extending from the dorsum outward to the cheek

    made of lateral cartilage

    a) lateral lobes

    b) sides of the nose

    c) anterior nares
    b
  86. The depression between the posterior margin of the wing and the anterior border of the cheek/sides of the nose

    a) anterior nares/naris

    b) nasal sulcus

    c) tip (lobe)
    b
  87. Furrow, wrinkle groove

    an elongated depression on a relatively level plane

    a) sulcus

    b) fossa

    c) cave
    a
  88. depression, concave recess

    a) sulcus

    b) fossa

    c) cave
    b
  89. As a restoration technique for the nose when it is there but it is distorted, apply ____________ pressure while embalming. This is used when nose is not aligned in the middle

    a) external

    b) internal

    c) suture
    a
  90. As a restoration technique for the nose when it is there but it is distorted, apply ____________ pressure: insert a cotton plug in the nares. Used when sides are indented

    a) external

    b) internal

    c) suture
    b
  91. As a restoration technique for the nose when it is there but it is distorted, use a _____________ wedge into the nares which will apply pressure internally

    a) hair pin

    b) splint

    c) straight needle
    b
  92. As a restoration technique for the nose when it is there but it is distorted, insert a _________ _________ into the septum. This is used when the septum is damaged

    a) hair pin

    b) splint

    c) straight needle
    c
  93. As a restoration technique for the nose when it is there but it is distorted, insert a ___________ __________ into the inferior nasal concha

    a) hair pin

    b) splint

    c) straight needle
    a
  94. What is the plural of concha

    a) conchai

    b) conchae

    c) conchau
    b
  95. What are the nasal conchae known as?

    a) superorbital bones

    b) turbinate bones

    c) organite bones
    b
  96. As a restoration technique for the nose when it is there but it is distorted, use this method which is done inter dermally. Used when the nose has a cut

    a) sow

    b) suture

    c) glue
    b
  97. When modeling the nose, a framework may be built with the use of all of the following except:

    a) wire or pipe cleaner

    b) cotton and sealer

    c) wax

    d) cotton and plaster of Paris

    e) clay
    e

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