B floating ribs C vertebrosternal ribs D true ribs E vertebrochondral ribs

B floating ribs c vertebrosternal ribs d true ribs e

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B) floating ribs.C) vertebrosternal ribs.D) true ribs.E) vertebrochondral ribs.Answer: BLearning Outcome: 6-7Bloom's Taxonomy: Remembering
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73) The bony compartment that supports the brain is called the74) The occipital bone articulates with the first cervical vertebra at the75) The frontal and parietal bones articulate at the ________ suture.76) The posterior surface of the bony roof of the mouth is formed by theA) palatine bones.B) vomer.C) maxillae.D) sphenoid bone.E) zygomatic bones.Answer: ALearning Outcome: 6-7Bloom's Taxonomy: Remembering
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77) Which suture connects the occipital bone to the parietal bones?78) The primary curves of the vertebral column that develop before birth are the79) Which facial bone articulates with the frontal bone and the maxilla to complete the lateral wall of the orbit?80) Which feature of the ethmoid bone contributes to the nasal septum?A) perpendicular plateB) cribriform plateC) superior nasal conchaeD) crista galliE) middle nasal conchaeAnswer: ALearning Outcome: 6-7Bloom's Taxonomy: Remembering
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81) Which feature is an important landmark in females during pelvic examinations, and during labor and delivery?82) The point of attachment for muscles that extend and rotate the head is the83) The hyoid bone84) Which feature is the attachment point for the temporalis muscle, a powerful muscle that closes the jaw?
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