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5. What bone is highlighted in blue in the figure below? (superior/internal view)Sphenoid bone
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1. Label the following bones of the skeleton from the figure below:2:nasal bones4:right zygomatic bone6:right inferior concha7:right maxilla bone8:right mandibleAnswer Key1. Label the following bones of the skeleton from the figure below:2:Nasal bone
4:Zygomatic bone6:Inferior nasal concha7:Maxilla8:MandibleExam Page 3
Answer the following three questions:1. Label the following vertebrae as:A= CervicalB= ThoracicC= Lumbar
2. Label the following vertebrae as:A= CervicalB= ThoracicC= Lumbar
3. What is the name of the foramina in the figure below?
Answer KeyAnswer the following three questions:1. Label the following vertebrae as:A= Cervical
2. Label the following vertebrae as:A= CervicalB= ThoracicC= LumbarB (Thoracic)3. What is the name of the foramina in the figure below?1:
Carotid canal2:External acoustic meatus3:Stylomastoid foramenExam Page 41. Label the following bonelandmarks:B:supraspinatus fossaD:acromion process
Answer Key1. Label the following bonelandmarks:B:Supraspinatus fossaD:Acromion
E:NeckH:Lateral borderI:Inferior angleExam Page 5Answer the following three questions:
1. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the scapula?
2. Which of the following statements is FALSE about the humerus?
3. What two bones meet at the glenohumeral joint? In your own words, why is this joint prone todislocation?
Answer KeyAnswer the following three questions:

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sphenoid bone, Nasal bone, irregular bone

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