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26 terms
Skull Quiz (sutures, bones, sinuses)
Frontal bone
Parietal bone
Occipital bone
Temporal bone
Cranial bone (1). Forehead.
Cranial bones (2). Top.
Cranial bone (1).
Cranial bone (2)
Frontal bone
Cranial bone (1). Forehead.
Parietal bone
Cranial bones (2). Top.
128 terms
Skull, facial bones, sinuses
orbitomeatal line
infraorbitomeatal line
glabellomeatal line
acanthiomeatal line
Outer eye to EAM
lower eyelid to EAM
point between the brows to EAM
under the nose to EAM
orbitomeatal line
Outer eye to EAM
infraorbitomeatal line
lower eyelid to EAM
40 terms
Skull Bones + Sinuses
Sphenoid Bone
Ethmoid Bone
Sphenoid Bone
Vomer
Nose cartilage sits in
Sphenoid Bone
Ethmoid Bone
Bones and Sinuses of Skull
Temporal Bone
Parietal Bone
Frontal Bone
Occipital Bone
Temporal Bone
Parietal Bone
21 terms
Skull Bones, sutures, and sinuses
Ethmoid
Frontal
Lacrimal
Inferior Nasal Conchae
Ethmoid
Frontal
93 terms
skull, sinuses and facial bones
22
cranial and facial
8
14
the skull is composed of how many bones
what two groups are skull bones divided into
how many cranial bones are there
how many facial bones are there
22
the skull is composed of how many bones
cranial and facial
what two groups are skull bones divided into
46 terms
4: Bones of the Skull (and Sinuses)
frontal
occipital
ethmoid
sphenoid
frontal
occipital
44 terms
Sinuses of the Skull and Bones
1. Frontal Sinus... 2. Ethmoid Sinus... 3. S…
1. Frontal Sinus... 2. Ethmoid Sinus... 3. M…
Frontal Bone
Maxilla Bone
1. Frontal Sinus... 2. Ethmoid Sinus... 3. S…
1. Frontal Sinus... 2. Ethmoid Sinus... 3. M…
8 terms
Sinuses and Composite Bones in the Skull
Frontal sinus
Maxillary sinus
Sphenoidal sinus
Ethmoidal sinus (labyrinth)
*Orange
Frontal sinus
Maxillary sinus
9 terms
SKULL/SINUSES/FACIAL BONES
Skull... Caldwell
Skull... AP Axial Projection (Towne Method)
Skull... Lateral Projection
Skull... Submentovertical Projection
Caldwell Method... Caldwell... Grid: Yes... IR: 10 × 12 inches lengthw…
AP Axial Projection (Towne Method)... Grid: Yes... IR: 10 × 12 inch…
Lateral Projection... Grid: Yes ... IR: 10 × 12 inches crosswise... SI…
Submentovertical Projection... Grid: Yes... IR: 10 × 12 inches leng…
Skull... Caldwell
Caldwell Method... Caldwell... Grid: Yes... IR: 10 × 12 inches lengthw…
Skull... AP Axial Projection (Towne Method)
AP Axial Projection (Towne Method)... Grid: Yes... IR: 10 × 12 inch…
50 terms
Skull,Sinuses,Nasal bone
Name 3 things you can do to protect th…
What is the part position for the late…
What is the IP Size for the lateral sk…
What is the CR Angulation for the late…
Collimate, Shield (esp. thyroid in children, Communicate
MSP II IR, IPL /' IR, IOML II IR to film axis
10x12 L
Perp
Name 3 things you can do to protect th…
Collimate, Shield (esp. thyroid in children, Communicate
What is the part position for the late…
MSP II IR, IPL /' IR, IOML II IR to film axis
102 terms
Skull, Facial bones, Sinuses
What positioning line extends from the…
What positioning landmark is located a…
What positioning landmark is located i…
What positioning landmark is the smoot…
orbitomeatal
acanthion
nasion
glabella
What positioning line extends from the…
orbitomeatal
What positioning landmark is located a…
acanthion
102 terms
Skull Bones, Features, and Paranasal Sinuses
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
Parietal Bone
Parietal Bone
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
32 terms
Skull, Facial bones, and Paranasal Sinuses
glabella
external occipital protuberance
acanthion
mental protuberance
the bony prominence on the frontal bone between the eyebrows
the center outer surface of the occipital bone
the point located at the junction of the nose and the upper lip
the common positioning landmark on the lower chin
glabella
the bony prominence on the frontal bone between the eyebrows
external occipital protuberance
the center outer surface of the occipital bone
43 terms
Lab Practical 2 - Bones of the Skull and Sinuses
Frontal bone
Coronal suture
Mental foramen
Parietal bone
Name the bone indicated by the arrow.
Name this suture.
Name this cavity in the bone.
Name the bone indicated by the arrow.
Frontal bone
Name the bone indicated by the arrow.
Coronal suture
Name this suture.
17 terms
Bone Markings, sutures, sinuses of the SKULL
coronal suture
lamdoid suture
sagittal suture
squamous suture
connects the frontal and parietal
connects the occipital and the parietal
connects parietal to parietal
connects the temporal and the parietal
coronal suture
connects the frontal and parietal
lamdoid suture
connects the occipital and the parietal
105 terms
Skull, Facial bones, and Paranasal Sinuses
glabella
external occipital protuberance (INION)
acanthion
mental protuberance
the bony prominence on the frontal bone between the eyebrows
the center outer surface of the occipital bone
the point located at the junction of the nose and the upper lip
the common positioning landmark on the lower chin
glabella
the bony prominence on the frontal bone between the eyebrows
external occipital protuberance (INION)
the center outer surface of the occipital bone
12 terms
Skull, Facial Bones, and Sinuses Positioning
Towne Method
Left or Right Lateral Skull
Caldwell Method
PA Skull
Anteroposterior Axial Projection... Angle 30 degrees caudad for…
Right or Left Lateral projection... No angle... CR is 2" above the…
Posteroanterior Axial Projection... Angle 15 degrees caudad ... CR…
Posteroanterior projection... No angle... CR exits the glabella... Pt…
Towne Method
Anteroposterior Axial Projection... Angle 30 degrees caudad for…
Left or Right Lateral Skull
Right or Left Lateral projection... No angle... CR is 2" above the…
151 terms
Chapter 20 Skull, Facial Bones, Paranasal Sinuses
22
8
14
calvaria and floor
How many bones make up the skull?
How many bones make up the cranial portion of the skull?
How many bones make up the facial portion of the skull?
What are the two subdivisions of the cranial bones?
22
How many bones make up the skull?
8
How many bones make up the cranial portion of the skull?
67 terms
Axial Skeleton (Skull, Sinuses, Mandible, Facial Bones)
Frontal Bone
Supraorbital Foramen
Superciliary Arch
Parietal Bone
Frontal Bone
Supraorbital Foramen
32 terms
Radiographs: Skull, Facial Bones, Arches, Sinuses
Cranial Landmarks... Glabella... Nasion... Aca…
Which projection demonstrates:... occipi…
Which projection demonstrates superimp…
Which projection demonstrates frontal…
AP Axial Towne
Lateral
PA (no angle)
Cranial Landmarks... Glabella... Nasion... Aca…
Which projection demonstrates:... occipi…
AP Axial Towne
231 terms
test 2 skull, facial bones, and sinuses
PA 0 degrees
Frontal bone, ... ethmoid sinus, ... crista…
Frontal bone
Enter- Occiput... Exit- Glabella
What projection is this?
List all anatomy that should be seen for this projection.
What is the main anatomy for this projection?
What is the CR for this projection?
PA 0 degrees
What projection is this?
Frontal bone, ... ethmoid sinus, ... crista…
List all anatomy that should be seen for this projection.
98 terms
Lab: The Skull - Cranium, Facial Bones, Sinuses
temporal bones (2)
parietal bones (2)... *form the bulk of…
frontal (1)
nasal bone
temporal bones (2)
parietal bones (2)... *form the bulk of…
12 terms
Spenoid bone & skull w/ Ethemoid & Sinuses
Greater wing
Lesser wing
Sphenoid sinus
Pterygoid processes
Greater wing
Lesser wing
72 terms
skull, facial bones, TMJ & Paranasal sinuses
How many bones comprise the skull?
Which of the following bones are categ…
Which of the following cranial bones a…
The bony prominence on the frontal bon…
22
Ethmoid & Parietal
Temporal and Parietal
Glabella
How many bones comprise the skull?
22
Which of the following bones are categ…
Ethmoid & Parietal
139 terms
Skull, cranial, and facial bones and sinuses Positioning
Average kV range for skull radiography
______ skull results in about 10 times…
List the 5 most common errors made dur…
Of the 5 causes listed in the previous…
75-85 kV
AP Axial (Towne) ; PA Axail (Haas)
Rotation... Tilt... Excessive Flexion... Excessive Extension... Incorrect…
Rotation... Tilt
Average kV range for skull radiography
75-85 kV
______ skull results in about 10 times…
AP Axial (Towne) ; PA Axail (Haas)
41 terms
Lab Practical 2 - Bones of the Skull and Sinuses
Frontal bone
Coronal suture
Mental foramen
Parietal bone
Name the bone indicated by the arrow.
Name this suture.
Name this cavity in the bone.
Name the bone indicated by the arrow.
Frontal bone
Name the bone indicated by the arrow.
Coronal suture
Name this suture.
8 terms
Ch 8 sinuses, bones together, infant skull
Sinuses
Paranasal sinuses
Suture
Fontanels
Air filled cavities located several locations of skull
Surround and connect with nasal structures
Join bones of the skull, much like a zipper
Baby's soft spots, baby's pulse felt from soft spots; little…
Sinuses
Air filled cavities located several locations of skull
Paranasal sinuses
Surround and connect with nasal structures
246 terms
Chapter 20: Skull, Facial Bones, & Paranasal Sinuses
The nasion is found on which cranial b…
The glabella is found on which cranial…
The four angles are found on which cra…
The lesser wing is found on which cran…
frontal
frontal
parietal
sphenoid
The nasion is found on which cranial b…
frontal
The glabella is found on which cranial…
frontal
93 terms
skull/sinuses/facial bones summed up
blowout
le fort
tripod
contre-coup
a fracture on the floor of an orbit
bilateral, horizontal fracture to the maxillae
fracture of the zygomatic arch and orbital floor/rim and disl…
this is a fracture on one side of a structure caused by traum…
blowout
a fracture on the floor of an orbit
le fort
bilateral, horizontal fracture to the maxillae
108 terms
review test Facial bones, paranasal sinuses, skull
With reference to the patient, where s…
with reference to the IR, how should t…
where should the petrous ridges be see…
which positioning line and angle indic…
zygomatic bone
perpendicular
below the maxillary sinuses
OML, 37 degrees to the IR
With reference to the patient, where s…
zygomatic bone
with reference to the IR, how should t…
perpendicular
108 terms
Review Test Facial Bones, Paranasal Sinuses, Skull
With reference to the patient, where s…
with reference to the IR, how should t…
where should the petrous ridges be see…
which positioning line and angle indic…
zygomatic bone
perpendicular
below the maxillary sinuses
OML, 37 degrees to the IR
With reference to the patient, where s…
zygomatic bone
with reference to the IR, how should t…
perpendicular
23 terms
Ch. 17 Skull, facial bones, and paranasal sinuses
Acanthion
Blowout fracture
Cerebral concussion
Contrecoup injury
The junction of the nose and the upper lip. A positioning lan…
Fracture of the orbital floor. Bone fragments n soft tissues…
Blow to the head causing unconsciousness or disorientation
Brain injury on opposite side of the location of the blow
Acanthion
The junction of the nose and the upper lip. A positioning lan…
Blowout fracture
Fracture of the orbital floor. Bone fragments n soft tissues…
23 terms
Ch. 19 Skull, facial bones, and paranasal sinuses
Acanthion
Blowout fracture
Cerebral concussion
Contrecoup injury
The junction of the nose and the upper lip. A positioning lan…
Fracture of the orbital floor. Bone fragments n soft tissues…
Blow to the head causing unconsciousness or disorientation
Brain injury on opposite side of the location of the blow
Acanthion
The junction of the nose and the upper lip. A positioning lan…
Blowout fracture
Fracture of the orbital floor. Bone fragments n soft tissues…
51 terms
Ch. 17: Skull, Facial bones, and Paranasal sinuses
How many bones comprise the skull?
the bony prominence of the frontal bon…
What is the medical term for the bony…
Which cranial bone is most posterior?
22
Glabella
Orbits
Occipital bone
How many bones comprise the skull?
22
the bony prominence of the frontal bon…
Glabella
102 terms
RAD: Positioning II Skull, Facial bones, Sinuses
What positioning line extends from the…
What positioning landmark is located a…
What positioning landmark is located i…
What positioning landmark is the smoot…
orbitomeatal
acanthion
nasion
glabella
What positioning line extends from the…
orbitomeatal
What positioning landmark is located a…
acanthion
72 terms
Radiographic Essentials (skull, facial bones, &Paranasal sinuses)
How many bones comprise the skull?
Which of the following bones are categ…
Which of the following cranial bones a…
The bony prominence on the frontal bon…
22
Ethmoid & Parietal
Temporal and Parietal
Glabella
How many bones comprise the skull?
22
Which of the following bones are categ…
Ethmoid & Parietal
45 terms
Positioning II Skull/ Facial Bones/Sinuses Test
Ethmoids
2 inches superior to the EAM
Nasion
37°
The paranasal sinus is that are arranged in a series of air c…
For the lateral projection of the skull the central ray is
For the PA axial Caldwell projection of the facial bones the…
For the PA waters projection the OML is placed at an angle to…
Ethmoids
The paranasal sinus is that are arranged in a series of air c…
2 inches superior to the EAM
For the lateral projection of the skull the central ray is
51 terms
Ch. 17: Skull, Facial bones, and Paranasal sinuses
How many bones comprise the skull?
the bony prominence of the frontal bon…
What is the medical term for the bony…
Which cranial bone is most posterior?
22
Glabella
Orbits
Occipital bone
How many bones comprise the skull?
22
the bony prominence of the frontal bon…
Glabella
161 terms
Skull, cranial, and facial bones and sinuses Positioning
Average kV range for skull radiography
______ skull results in about 10 times…
List the 5 most common errors made dur…
Of the 5 causes listed in the previous…
75-85 kV
AP Axial (Towne) ; PA Axail (Haas)
Rotation... Tilt... Excessive Flexion... Excessive Extension... Incorrect…
Rotation... Tilt
Average kV range for skull radiography
75-85 kV
______ skull results in about 10 times…
AP Axial (Towne) ; PA Axail (Haas)
163 terms
Skull Chapter 11 (Cranium, Facial Bones, & Paranasal Sinuses)
Blowout Fracture
Diplopia
Diplopia in Blowout fractures
Tripod Fracture
Fracture to floor of orbit caused by an object striking the e…
Perception of two images. Seeing double.
Caused when the orbit ruptures the inferior rectus muscle is…
Blow out in the cheek, resulting in fracture of zygoma in 3 p…
Blowout Fracture
Fracture to floor of orbit caused by an object striking the e…
Diplopia
Perception of two images. Seeing double.
58 terms
Skull, Facial Bones, Paranasal sinuses, Zygomatic Arches, Nasal Bones / Coseo
Sinuses
Sinuses Lateral Position (what is visu…
Sinuses Lateral Position
Sinuses PA Caldwell (What is visualize…
Ethmoid... Frontal... Maxillary... Sphenoid
All 4 paranasal sinuses are visualized... Clinical indications…
IPL Perp. to IR w/ no tilt... CR midway between outer canthus &…
The Frontal sinuses projected above the frontonasal suture... An…
Sinuses
Ethmoid... Frontal... Maxillary... Sphenoid
Sinuses Lateral Position (what is visu…
All 4 paranasal sinuses are visualized... Clinical indications…
22 terms
Bones of the skull, paranasal air sinuses and the scalp
What is the difference between neuro a…
How many bones does the skull consist…
Can you name the bones that make up th…
Can you name the bones that make up th…
The neurocranium encloses the brain while the viscerocranium…
22
Frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, sphenoid and ethmoid
Vomer, lacrimal, nasal, inferior nasal conchae, zygomatic, ma…
What is the difference between neuro a…
The neurocranium encloses the brain while the viscerocranium…
How many bones does the skull consist…
22
22 terms
Bones of the skull, paranasal air sinuses and the scalp
1. What is the difference between neur…
2. How many bones does the skull consi…
3. Can you name the bones that make up…
4. Can you name the bones that make up…
The neurocranium encloses the brain while the viscerocranium…
22.
Frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, sphenoid and ethmoid
Vomer, lacrimal, nasal, inferior nasal conchae, zygomatic, ma…
1. What is the difference between neur…
The neurocranium encloses the brain while the viscerocranium…
2. How many bones does the skull consi…
22.
252 terms
bontragers chapter 11- skull, cranial bones, facial bones, and paranasal sinuses
How many cranial bones are there?
How many facial bones are there?
what are the 8 cranial bones
list the four cranial bones that compr…
8
14
frontal, right parietal, left parietal, right temporal, left…
Frontal, RT parietal, LT parietal, occipital
How many cranial bones are there?
8
How many facial bones are there?
14
43 terms
skull, sinuses and facial bone review for final
suture located between the occipital b…
the suture located between the frontal…
the suture located between the parieta…
junction between the coronal and saggi…
lambdoidal
coronal
squamosal
bregma
suture located between the occipital b…
lambdoidal
the suture located between the frontal…
coronal
22 terms
Sphenoid bone, Spenoid bone & skull w/ Ethemoid & Sinuses
body
foramen ovale
foramen rotundum
foramen spinosum
body
foramen ovale
7 terms
Sinuses of the skull
Frontal Sinus
Sphenoidal Sinus
Ethmoidal Sinus
Maxillary Sinus
Frontal Sinus
Sphenoidal Sinus
102 terms
Sinuses and Skull
fibrous or cartilaginous
endochondral (thick bone) and intramem…
temporomandibular joint, atlanto-occip…
equine and ruminants; carnivores (a ga…
In skull, bone is joined by what type of joint?
During develop, skull is form by what type of ossification?
What are the three external articulations of the skull?
Orbits are complete in ___ and incomplete in ___?
fibrous or cartilaginous
In skull, bone is joined by what type of joint?
endochondral (thick bone) and intramem…
During develop, skull is form by what type of ossification?
132 terms
Skull Chapter 11 (Cranium, Facial Bones, & Paranasal Sinuses)
Blowout Fracture
Diplopia
Diplopia in Blowout fractures
Tripod Fracture
Fracture to floor of orbit caused by an object striking the e…
Perception of two images. Seeing double.
Caused when the orbit ruptures the inferior rectus muscle is…
Blow out in the cheek, resulting in fracture of zygoma in 3 p…
Blowout Fracture
Fracture to floor of orbit caused by an object striking the e…
Diplopia
Perception of two images. Seeing double.
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