ANAT 2626 Final Exam Practice Questions (With Answers)

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NASAL 1. Which of the following is not correct regarding olfactory cells a. Central processes Form CN 1 b. Pass through ethmoid bone via cribiform plate c. Enter olfactory bulb d. Enters palatine process of maxilla 2. Which meatus receives the opening of posterior ethmoidal sinus? a. Superior b. Middle c. Inferio 3. Which of the following is NOT a branch of the maxillary artery? a. Lateral Nasal Artery b. Greater Pataline artery c. Superior Labial artery d. Sphenopalatine arter 4. Which of these statements are false regarding Nasal Fractures? a. Common in automobile accicents and sports injuries b. Epistaxix occurs c. Ethmoid bone cannot fracture d. Deformation usually occur 5. True or False ?- Epistaxis is not associated with infections or hypertension. 6. What is the incorrect match of sinus- nerve innervatio a. Frontal sinus – supraorbital nerve b. Ethmoidal sinus- anterior and posterior ethmoidal nerves c. Sphenoid sinus- posterior ethmoidal nerves
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d. Para sinus – anterior ethmoidal cells e. Maxillary sinus- anterior, middle posterior superior alveolar nerves ( maxillar 7. What are the possible complications of an infection of the ethmoidal cells as a result of blocked nasal drainage? a. Blindness, due to ethmoidal cells lying close to the optic canal b. Optic Neuritis, from effects on the dural nerve sheath. c. Sinusitis, inFammation and swelling of the muscosa of the sinuses d. A and B e. All of the above Larynx Questions 1. The Epiglottis is Situated a. Anterior to the root of the tongue and Hyoid b. Posterior to the root of the tongue and hyoid c. Anterior to the tip of the tongue and thyroid d. Posterior to the tip of the tongue and thyroid 2. Rima Vestibuli is the space between these ligaments a. Vestibular Ligaments b. Vocal Ligaments c. Laryngeal Ligaments d. Cricothyroid Ligaments 3. What is the action of the lateral cricoarytenoid a. Abducts the vocal folds b. Adducts the vocal folds c. Retracts the vocal folds d. Stretches the vocal folds
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4. How many cartilages compose the Larynx? a. 9 b. 4 c. 7 d. 3 5. What is the purpose of trachea? a. Transports Fuid to and from the lungs b. Transports blood to and from the lungs c. Secretes Urine to the kidneys d. Transports air to and from the lungs 6. Injury to the laryngeal nerves will cause which of the following a. Paralysis of the vocal fold b. The voice is poor initially c. Vocal folds are motionless d. All of the above 7. Cancer of the larynx Is Not common in smokers? T/ F Pharyngeal Arches 1. The pharyngeal arches begin to develop in what week? a. 3 rd b. 4 th c. 5 th d. 6 th 2. Meckel’s cartilage develops from which arch? a. 1 st
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b. 2 nd c. 3 rd d. 4 th 3. Facial nerve and Reichert’s cartilage come from what pharyngeal arch? a.
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course ANAT 2626 taught by Professor Ronaldg.mayne during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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