Chapter 7 Practice Questions

Answer hyoid topic hyoid bone 58 the bones of the

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Answer: hyoid Topic: HYOID BONE 58) The _____ bones of the skull are involved in each of the four main sutures. Answer: parietal Topic: SUTURES 59) The primary curves of the vertebral column are the _____ and the _____ curves. They are curved so that they are anteriorly _____. Answer: thoracic, sacral, concave Topic: VERTEBRAL COLUMN 60) Paired spinal nerves pass through _____ foramina to carry information between the spinal cord and other parts of the body. Answer: intervertebral Topic: VERTEBRAL COLUMN 61) The _____ of the sacrum provides an inferior entrance into the vertebral canal, a site often used for injection of anaesthetic agents during labor. Answer: sacral hiatus Topic: VERTEBRAL COLUMN 62) The depressions on the superior border of the manubrium are called the _____ notch and the _____ notches. Answer: suprasternal (jugular), clavicular Topic: THORAX MATCHING. Choose the item in Column 2 that best matches each item in Column 1 Match the bone surface markings in Column 1 with their descriptions in Column 2. 63) Column 1: crest Column 2: a prominent border or ridge Answer: a prominent border or ridge Topic: BONE SURFACE MARKINGS 64) Column 1: tuberosity Column 2: a large rounded, usually roughened surface for muscle attachment Answer: a large rounded, usually roughened surface for muscle attachment Topic: BONE SURFACE MARKINGS 65) Column 1: trochanter Column 2: a large projection for muscle attachment on the femur 8
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Answer: a large projection for muscle attachment on the femur Topic: BONE SURFACE MARKINGS 66) Column 1: facet Column 2: a smooth, flat surface Answer: a smooth, flat surface Topic: BONE SURFACE MARKINGS 67) Column 1: condyle Column 2: a rounded articular surface Answer: a rounded articular surface Topic: BONE SURFACE MARKINGS 68) Column 1: epicondyle Column 2: a prominence above a condyle Answer: a prominence above a condyle Topic: BONE SURFACE MARKINGS 69) Column 1: meatus Column 2: a tubelike passageway Answer: a tubelike passageway Topic: BONE SURFACE MARKINGS 70) Column 1: fossa Column 2: a depression Answer: a depression Topic: BONE SURFACE MARKINGS Match the skull bones in Column 1 with their features or descriptions in Column 2. 71) Column 1: nasal Column 2: forms part of the bridge of the nose Answer: forms part of the bridge of the nose Topic: SKULL 72) Column 1: vomer Column 2: inferior and posterior portion of nasal septum Foil: superior portion of nasal septum Answer: inferior and posterior portion of nasal septum Topic: SKULL 73) Column 1: maxilla Column 2: palatine process forms most of the hard palate Foil: lower jaw bone Answer: palatine process forms most of the hard palate Topic: SKULL 74) Column 1: temporal Column 2: contains the carotid and jugular foramina 9
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Answer: contains the carotid and jugular foramina Topic: SKULL 75) Column 1: lacrimal Column 2: contains nasolacrimal ducts Answer: contains nasolacrimal ducts Topic: SKULL 76) Column 1: palatine Column 2: horizontal plate forms the posterior portion of the hard palate Answer: horizontal plate forms the posterior portion of the hard palate Topic: SKULL 77) Column 1: zygomatic
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