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5 Matching questions

  1. Sensation from external nose
  2. CSF rhinorrhea
  3. Anterior ethmoidal artery, posterior ethmoidal artery and sphenopalatine arter
  4. Foramen rotundum allows the pterygopalatine fossa to communicate with the
  5. The nasal cavity is lined with mucosa except for
  1. a divide into lateral and medial (septal) branches
  2. b middle cranial fossa
  3. c carried by infratrochlear, external nasal and infraorbital nerves
  4. d the vestibule
  5. e -CSF can leak into nasal cavity from fracture of cribriform plate.
    - Injecting dye into CSF will show up on cotton place in nose.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. middle ear (tympanic) cavity and nasopharynx
  2. olfactory nerve (CN I)
  3. maxillary nerve; nasopalatine nerve; posterior superior lateral nasal; inferior lateral nasal; greater palatine nerve
  4. -anterior ethmoidal artery (from ophthalmic artery)
    - posterior ethmoidal artery (from ophthalmic artery)
    - sphenopalatine artery (from maxillary artery)
    - greater palatine artery (from maxillary artery)
    - septal branch of superior labial artery (from facial artery)
  5. anastomotic arterial plexus; Kiesselbach area

5 True/False questions

  1. The nasal cavity communicates with surface of _____ via nasolacrimal ductthe vestibule

          

  2. What are the three functional areas of the nasal cavity- bulla
    - semilunar hiatus

          

  3. Inferior meatus receives secretions (tears) fromsurface of eye through nasolacrimal duct

          

  4. Once the maxillary artery travels through the infratemporal fossa (from posterior to anterior) it dives into thepterygopalatine fossa.

          

  5. What allows the infratemporal fossa, middle cranial fossa, nasopharynx, nasal
    cavity and oral cavity to communicate?
    1. vestibule
    2. respiratory area
    3. olfactory area

          

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