Ch. 7 The Axial Skeleton

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The Axial Skeleton 1
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Collaborative Learning: Which is the only bone of the skull with a large range of motion? Mandible Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) 2
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TMJ Etiology: Improperly aligned teeth Grinding or clenching teeth Trauma to head and neck arthritis 3
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TMJ Characteristics: Dull pain around ear Tenderness of jaw mm. Clicking or popping noise when opening mouth Headache Tooth sensitivity Abnormal wearing of teeth 4
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TMJ Treatment: Heat/ice Limiting diet to soft foods Pain relievers Muscle restraining Splint or bite plate to reduce clenching of teeth grinding Adjustment/reshaping of teeth Surgery 5
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Concha Increase surface area Vascular Mucous membrane Warms, moistens, humidifies inhaled air Swirling motion cleanses inhaled air Traps particles in mucous 6
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A “Broken Nose” is damage to what facial structure? Damage to
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