FSP Cranial - Sinuses

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FSP Cranial - Sinuses
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  1. ______ sinuses begin to develop around the
    age of 2
    frontal
  2. Development maturity of _____ sinuses achieved by about 12 years of age
    frontal
  3. Up to 5% of the population have congenitally absent ____ sinuses
    frontal
  4. Development maturity of frontal sinuses achieved by about ___
    12 years of age
  5. Frontal sinuses begin to develop around the ___
    age of 2
  6. These sinuses are absent at birth
    frontal sinuses

  7. ?
    The coronal CT image of frontal sinuses
  8. ___ begin to develop in the second trimester of fetal life
    ethmoid air cells
  9. ___ first to reach their mature, adult size
    ethmoid air cells
  10. Sinus problems in children most often occur in the ___
    ethmoid air cells
  11. Ethmoid air cells commonly divided into 3 groups:
    anterior, middle, and posterior
  12. Ethmoid air cells begin to develop ___
    in the second trimester of fetal life

  13. ?
    coronal CT image of ethmoid air cells
  14. ___ are the first to begin to develop during fetal life
    maxillary sinuses
  15. ___ as early as the 17th day of gestation
    maxillary sinuses
  16. Maxillary sinuses are developed at ___
    the 17th day of gestation
  17. Maxillary sinuses are ___ to begin to develop during fetal life
    first
  18. The ___ sinuses are not fully developed until early adulthood
    maxillary

  19. ?
    coronal CT image of maxillary sinuses
  20. The ___ usually begins to develop around 2 years of age
    sphenoid sinus
  21. The sphenoid sinus usually begins to develop   ___
    around 2 years of age
  22. The ___ may occasionally begin during fetal life without pneumatization
    sphenoid sinus
  23. ___ is often the last to reach its full size
    sphenoid sinus
  24. The sphenoid sinus is often the ___ to reach its full size
    last
  25. The sphenoid sinus reaches its full size usually ___
    in the second decade of life
  26. The ___ reaches its full size usually in the second decade of life
    sphenoid sinus

  27. ?
    coronal CT image of sphenoid sinus
  28. osteomeatal complex
    region where the drainage channels of the paranasal sinuses come together
  29. The ___ is the best to assess the
    osteomeatal complex
    coronal view

  30. 1
    posterior ethmoids and sphenoid sinuses drain into the superior meatus

  31. 2
    maxillary sinuses drain into the middle meatus

  32. 3
    nasal lacrimal duct drains into the inferior meatus

  33. 6
    posterior ethmoid air cell

  34. 5
    anterior ethmoid air cells

  35. 4
    uncinate process of the ethmoid

  36. ?
    ethmoid air cells and the sphenoid sinus

  37. 1
    frontal sinuses

  38. 2
    middle nasal concha

  39. 3
    ethmoid air cells

  40. 4
    maxillary sinuses

  41. 5
    inferior nasal concha

  42. 1
    middle (ethmoid air cells)

  43. 2
    sphenoid sinus

  44. 3
    anterior (ethmoid air cells)

  45. 4
    maxillary sinus

  46. 5
    posterior (ethmoid air cells)

  47. 6
    ethmoid air cells

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