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1

Which of the following features is located on the Temporal Bone?

External Acoustic Meatus

2

Which area is immediately posterior to the most distal tooth in the upper arch of the dentition?

Maxillary Tuberosity

3

In addition to the Zygomatic bone, which of the following bones has a process that forms the other part of the zygomatic arch?

Temporal Bone

4

Which of the following is the location of the articulation of the parietal bone and the occipital bone?

Lambdoidal Suture

5

Which of the following bony landmarks form an articulation with each other?

Occipital Condyles with Atlas

6

Which of the following features is located on the lateral surface of the mandible?

External Oblique Line/Ridge

7

The Orbital Apex is composed of the Lesser Wing of the Sphenoid bone and the

Palatine Bone (a small inferior part)

8

Which of the following landmarks is formed by the maxillae?

Median Palatine Suture

9

Which of the following structures is located or travels within the infratemporal fossa?

Maxillary division of the fifth Cranial Nerve

10

The concavity noted on the anterior border of the coronoid process of the ramus is the

Coronoid Notch

11

Which of the following landmarks serves to locate the Hyoid bone?

Superior and Anterior to the Thyroid Cartilage

12

Which of the following structures forms the floor of each maxillary sinus?

Alveolar Process of the Maxilla

13

Which of the following processes is located just inferior and medial to the external acoustic meatus?

Styloid Process

14

The spaces under the three conchae of the lateral walls of the nasal cavity art the

Meatus

15

Which of the following bones and their processes form the hard palate?

Horizontal plates of the palatine bones and palatine processes of the maxillae

16

Which of the following cranial nerves is associated with the Stylomastoid Foramen?

Cranial Nerve VII (7)

17

Which of the following bones of the skull is paired?

Parietal Bones

18

Which of the following bony plates is perforated to allow the passage of the Olfactory Nerves for the sense of smell?

Cribriform Plate of Ethmoid Bone

19

Which of the following bones of the skull is considered a cranial bone?

Sphenoid Bone

20

In which part of the Temporal Bone is the temporomandibular joint located?

Squamous

21

Which is a single bone located at the midline of the skull?

Sphenoid Bone

22

Which of the following structures is a short, windowlike opening normally found in bone?

Foramen

23

Which of the following bones forms the jugular foramen along with the jugular notch of the temporal bone?

Occipital Bone

24

Which of the following is a faint ridge noted where the right and left mandibular processes fused together in early childhood?

Mandibular Symphysis

25

In which bone are both the infraorbital foramen and canal located?

Maxillae

26

Which of the following structures is a large, roughened projection on the petrous part of the Temporal Bone?

Process

27

Which of the following landmarks is an anterior process located on the sphenoid bone?

Wing

28

The Lacrimal Gland is located just inside the lateral part of the

Supraorbital Ridge

29

The Occipital condyles are located ____and ____to the Foramen Magnum

Lateral, Anterior

30

Which bone forms both the Superior and Middle Nasal Conchae?

Ethmoid Bone