human anatomy chapter 6 part 2

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1

The bones that form the nasal septum are the

ethmoid and vomer

2

Which of the following bones does NOT have a paranasal sinus?

temporal

3

The lambdoid suture is found between which two bones?

parietal and occipital

4

Bones that form the middle cranial fossa include the _____.

sphenoid, temporal, and parietal

5

Of the following features, which is NOT visible using this sagittal view of the skull?

external auditory meatus

6

Looking at the anterior view of the skull in the labeling activity, which of the following features can NOT be seen?

1. foramen magnum
5. foramen rotundum
7. external acoustic meatus

7

Which of following does NOT form the orbit of the eye?

nasal

8

The mandible

has an anterior mental protuberance

9

Which of the following is NOT a facial bone?

ethmoid

10

Which of the following is true?

The middle nasal concha arises from the ethmoid bone.

11

How many total bones are there in the face and cranium?

22

12

If you are feeling pain in your lower back, you are experiencing pain in the _____ region of the vertebral column.

lumbar

13

Scoliosis is an uncomfortable condition that affects the vertebral column. Which of the following describes scoliosis?

an abnormal lateral curvature of the vertebral column

14

Suzette slipped on ice last winter and broke her tailbone, or the most inferior part of her vertebral column. Which bone did she separate from the vertebral column?

coccyx

15

what are the primary curvatures?

cervical and sacral

16

The last two pairs of ribs in the rib cage are called floating ribs. What does that term mean?

The ribs do not have any attachment to the sternum.

17

Shelly has been taking a CPR class and has been warned not to break the xiphoid process when resuscitating an individual. Where is the xiphoid process?

It is the most inferior part of the sternum.