07_ActiveLecturePRS

07_ActiveLecturePRS - The axial skeleton contains...

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The axial skeleton contains approximately __ bones, which include bones of the ___? 1. 126/pelvic girdle and limb bones 2. 80/skull, vertebral column, and thoracic cage 3. 80/pelvic girdle and pectoral girdle 4. 2 and 3
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Bones of the axial skeleton have all of the following functions except _____? 1. Protect brain and spinal cord 2. Provide surface area for attachment of respiratory muscles 3. Contain medullary cavities with yellow bone marrow 4. Protect organs of the ventral body cavity
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In which bone is the foramen magnum located? 1. Sphenoid 2. Occipital bone 3. Ethmoid 4. Parietal bone
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Tomás suffers a blow to the skull that fractures the right superior lateral surface of his cranium. Which bone is fractured? 1. Frontal bone 2. Right temporal bone 3. Right parietal bone 4. Ethmoid
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Which bone contains the depression called the sella turcica? What is located in this depression? 1. Sphenoid bone; pituitary gland 2. Ethmoid; olfactory epithelium 3. Temporal bone; inner ear 4. Lacrimal bone; tear apparatus
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Which of these bones are paired bones of the face? 1. Temporal bones 2. Inferior nasal conchae 3. Parietal bones 4. 1 and 3
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Which suture is not paired with the bones it separates? 1. Lambdoidal/occipital and parietal bones 2. Squamous/temporal bone and sphenoid bone 3. Coronal/frontal from two parietal bones 4. Sagittal/parietal bones
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mental foramen and what structures use that passageway? 1.
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