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5 Matching Questions

  1. Foramen rotundum allows the pterygopalatine fossa to communicate with the
  2. Anterior ethmoidal artery, posterior ethmoidal artery and sphenopalatine arter
  3. Sphenoethmoidal recess is posterior to ____ and receives secretions from ______
  4. The meatuses are named
  5. The greater palatine artery reaches the septum via
  1. a the incisive canal
  2. b superior, middle and inferior
  3. c divide into lateral and medial (septal) branches
  4. d middle cranial fossa
  5. e superior concha; sphenoid sinus

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. lateral nasal, septal and alar
  2. posterior ethmoid air cells
  3. elevation formed by cartilaginous portion of pharyngotympanic tube
  4. the vestibule
  5. -CSF can leak into nasal cavity from fracture of cribriform plate.
    - Injecting dye into CSF will show up on cotton place in nose.

5 True/False Questions

  1. The sphenopalatine branch of the maxillary artery goes through the ____ to the ______ while the descending
    palatine branch travels down to the ____
    pterygopalatine fossa with the nasal cavity

          

  2. Bullalocated in the middle meatus; bulge that receives secretions from middle ethmoid air cells

          

  3. Most of the external nose is supplied by V1 via the _____ and the _____ branch of the _____ nerve. Alae of the nose supplied by _____infratrochlear nerve and the external nasal branch of the anterior ethmoidal nerve; Alae is supplied by the nasal branches of the infratrochlear nerve (from V2)

          

  4. Nasal septum-bones and cartilage that divide nasal cavity into right and left
    - bony septum is mainly from ethmoid bone and vomer

          

  5. The anterior part of the nasal septum is the site of an ______ involving all five arteries supplying the septum called ____divide into lateral and medial (septal) branches

          

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