DH 1330 quiz 4 chap3 part II

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  1. Eight bones compose the neurocranium,
    surrounding the brain. Fifteen bones compose the viscerocranium, or the bones of the face.

    Both statements are false
    The first statement is false, and the second statement is true.
    The first statement is true, and the second statement is false.
    Both statements are true
    The first statement is true, and the second statement is false

    RATIONALE: The correct answer is(C); the first statement is true, and the second statement is false. Eightbones compose the neurocranium: the frontal, the sphenoid, the ethmoid, and theoccipital bones, which are single bones. The paired temporal and parietal bonesalso are part of the neurocranium. The second statement is false. There are 14bones, not 15, that make up the viscerocranium, including the single mandibleand the vomer. The paired nasal, lacrimal, zygomatic, inferior nasal conchae,palatine, and maxillae are the remaining bones composing the face. Choices A,B, and D do not accurately reflect the statements.
  2. Which of the following bony features
    increases the surface area within the nasal cavity?

    Perpendicular plate of the ethmoid
    Inferior nasal conchae
    Nasal bones
    Lacrimal bones
    Inferior nasal conchae
  3. Through which bony opening do BOTH the
    right and left nasopalatine nerves exit onto the palate?

    Lesser palatine foramina
    Posterior superior alveolar foramina
    Greater palatine foramina
    Incisive foramen
    incisive foramen
  4. Which of the following landmarks needs
    to be noted during the administration of a local anesthetic agent to the maxillary posterior teeth?

    Zygomatic process of the maxilla
    Infraorbital foramen
    Retromolar pad
    Maxillary tuberosity
    maxillary tuberosity
  5. Which of the following bony landmarks
    is a depression located between the coronoid process and the ramus of the mandible?

    Submandibular fossa
    Mandibular notch
    Coronoid notch
    Mandibular foramen
    Coronoid notch
  6. Which of the following paranasal sinuses have the area over them that can be palpated during an extraoral examination?

    Ethmoidal and maxillary sinuses
    Maxillary and frontal sinuses
    Frontal and sphenoidal sinuses
    Sphenoidal and ethmoidal sinuses
    Maxillary and frontal sinuses
  7. When viewing the medial surface of the mandible, which of the following bony  landmarks CANNOT be observed?

    Mandibular foramen
    Mental foramen
    Internal oblique ridge
    Genial tubercles
    Mental foramen
  8. The U-shaped hyoid bone consists of five parts. The anterior _________  of the hyoid bone.  There is also a pair of projections on each side of the hyoid bone, the __________ and  ___________.
    • body
    • greater cornu
    • lesser cornu
  9. In addition to the zygomatic bone, which of the following bones has a process that forms the other part of the zygomatic arch?

    Sphenoid
    Temporal bone
    Palatine bone
    Maxillae
    Temporal bone
  10. Which of the following bony landmarks is formed by the vertical plates of the palatine bones?

    Inferior wall of the orbit
    Lateral walls of the nasal cavity
    Nasal septum
    Posterior hard palate
    Lateral walls of the nasal cavity
  11. Which of the following processes forms the lateral part of the infraorbital rim?

    Frontal process of the maxilla
    Maxillary process of the zygomatic bone
    Temporal process of the zygomatic bone
    Alveolar process of the maxilla
    Maxillary process of the zygomatic bone
  12. The ______ is resorbed with tooth loss
    and can be noted radiographically on patients?

    body of the maxilla
    body of the mandible
    base of the mandible
    alveolar process of the mandible
    alveolar process of the mandible
  13. Which of the following landmarks is formed by the maxillae?

    Hamulus
    Inferior orbital fissure
    Median palatine suture
    Retromolar triangle
    Median palatine suture
  14. Match the skull fossae with their contents:

    temporal fossa
    infratemporal fossa
    pterygopalatine fossa

    body of the temporalis muscle
    the maxillary nerve
    posterior superior alveolar artery
    • body of the temporalis muscle
    • posterior superior alveloar artery
    • the maxillary nerve
  15. What bony demarcation on the mandible overhangs the mandibular foramen and  serves as an attachment for the sphenomandibular ligament?
    lingula
  16. Which of the following structures forms the floor of each maxillary sinus? 

    Alveolar process of the maxilla
    Facial wall of the maxilla
    Lateral wall of the nasal cavity
    Infratemporal surface of the maxilla
    Alveolar process of the maxilla
  17. Which of the following features is located on the the lateral surface of the mandible?

    Lingula
    Genial tubercles
    Mandibularforamen
    External oblique line
    Submandibular fossa
    external oblique line
  18. Match the following Facial Bone(s) to their descriptors:

    vomer
    nasal
    inferior nasal conchae
    zygomatic
    palatine
    lacrimal

    - forms the anterior lateral orbital wall
    - facial bones project off the maxillae to form the lateral walls of the nasal cavity
    - single facial bone forms the posterior part of the nasal cavity
    - form the bridge of the nose
    - paired facial bones that form a small part of the anterior medial wall of the orbit
    - facial bone consisting of a horizontal and vertical plate
    single facial bone forms the posterior partof the nasal cavity

    paired facial bones fhat form a small part of the anterior medial wall of the orbit

    form the bridge of the nose

    facial bones project off thet maxillae to form the lateral walls of the nasal cavity

    forms the anterior lateral orbital wall

    facial bone consisting of a horizontal and vertical plate
  19. Which of the following is a faint ridge
    noted where the right and left mandibular processes fused together in early
    childhood?

    Mylohyoid line
    External oblique line
    Mandibular symphysis
    Mental protuberance
    mandibular symphysis
  20. Which area is immediately posterior to the most distal tooth in the upper arch of the dentition?

    Postglenoid process
    Hamular process
    Maxillary Tuberosity
    Cribiform plate
    Retromolar triangle
    maxillary tuberosity
  21. What is an eight word mnemonic that may help you to remember the bones of the viserocranium or bones of the face
    vicky can not make my pet zebra laugh
  22. The surface on the mandible that articulates with the articular fossa of the squamous part of the temporal bone, is known as the condyloid process which consists of the _______   and ________
    • mandibular condyle
    • neck of the mandibular condyle
  23. MULTIPLE RESPONSES POSSIBLE

    Normal variations of bone in the orofacial region that involve bony enlargement include:

    Ameloblastoma
    Palatal torus
    Acromegaly
    Manciblar tori
    • palatal torus
    • mandiblular tori
  24. MULTIPLE RESPONSES

    From the following list of skull bones, select which skull bones are associated with the paranasal sinuses

    Ethmoid bone
    Sphenoid bone
    Maxillary bone
    Mandible
    Occipital bone
    Ethmoid bone, Sphenoid bone, Maxillary bone
  25. From the following list of skull bones, select which skull bones articulate with the ethmoid bone.


    Lacrimal bones
    Occipital bones
    Frontal bone
    Parietal bones
    Sphenoid bone
    lacrimal, frontal, sphenoid

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