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Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton. The Noggin, aka Skull. Thoracic Cage. That’s axial not axle!. Vertebral Column. Potpourri. $100. $100. $100. $ 100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500. $500. $500. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Chapter 7Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton $100$200$300$400$500$100$100$100$100$200$200$200$200$300$300$300$300$400$400$400$400$500$500$500$500The Noggin, aka Skull Thoracic Cage Vertebral ColumnThats axial not axle! Potpourri FINAL ROUND

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $100 QuestionThe three stepped cavities at the base of the skull are __________ fossae.

    a. anterior, medial, dorsal b. anterior, middle, back c. front, middle, back d. anterior, middle, posterior BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $100 AnswerThe three stepped cavities at the base of the skull are __________ fossae.

    a. anterior, medial, dorsal b. anterior, middle, back c. front, middle, back d. anterior, middle, posterior BACK TO GAME

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $200 QuestionThe paired cranial bones are __________.

    a. frontal b. parietal c. temporal d. both b and c BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $200 AnswerThe paired cranial bones are __________.

    a. frontal b. parietal c. temporal d. both b and c BACK TO GAME

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $300 QuestionWhich bone spans the width of the cranial floor, and has been said to resemble a bat with its wings spread?

    a. lacrimal b. sphenoid c. maxilla d. ethmoid BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $300 AnswerWhich bone spans the width of the cranial floor, and has been said to resemble a bat with its wings spread?

    a. lacrimal b. sphenoid c. maxilla d. ethmoid BACK TO GAME

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $400 QuestionWhich special sensory components are housed in the petrous region of the temporal bone?

    a. smell b. balance c. hearing d. both b and cBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $400 AnswerWhich special sensory components are housed in the petrous region of the temporal bone?

    a. smell b. balance c. hearing d. both b and cBACK TO GAME

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $500 QuestionWhich of the following are commonly called the cheekbones?

    a. temporal bones b. zygomatic bones c. palatine bones d. vomerBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • The Noggin, aka Skull: $500 AnswerWhich of the following are commonly called the cheekbones?

    a. temporal bones b. zygomatic bones c. palatine bones d. vomer BACK TO GAME

  • Thoracic Cage: $100 QuestionRibs possess __________.

    a. a headb. a neckc. an angled. all of the aboveBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thoracic Cage: $100 AnswerRibs possess ___________.

    a. a headb. a neckc. an angled. all of the aboveBACK TO GAME

  • Thoracic Cage: $200 QuestionWhich structures articulate with rib tubercles?

    a. superior costal facetsb. inferior costal facetsc. transverse costal facetsd. spinous costal facetsBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thoracic Cage: $200 AnswerWhich structures articulate with rib tubercles?

    a. superior costal facetsb. inferior costal facetsc. transverse costal facetsd. spinous costal facetsBACK TO GAME

  • Thoracic Cage: $300 QuestionWhich area makes up the bulk of the sternum?

    a. sternal angleb. bodyc. manubriumd. xiphoid processBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thoracic Cage: $300 AnswerWhich area makes up the bulk of the sternum?

    a. sternal angleb. bodyc. manubriumd. xiphoid processBACK TO GAME

  • Thoracic Cage: $400 QuestionTrue ribs __________.

    a. are connected to the sternum directly with costal cartilageb. include the rib pairs 210c. are also called vertebrosternal ribsd. both a and cBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thoracic Cage: $400 AnswerTrue ribs __________.

    a. are connected to the sternum directly with costal cartilage b. include the rib pairs 210c. are also called vertebrosternal ribsd. both a and cBACK TO GAME

  • Thoracic Cage: $500 QuestionRib 1 and Ribs 1012 __________.

    a. articulate with only one vertebral bodyb. form synovial joints at the angle of the ribsc. form the sternal angle d. do all of the above BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thoracic Cage: $500 AnswerRib 1 and Ribs 1012 __________.

    a. articulate with only one vertebral bodyb. form synovial joints at the angle of the ribsc. form the sternal angle d. do all of the above BACK TO GAME

  • Vertebral Column:$100 QuestionWhich feature is not a recognized structural difference found in the different regions of the vertebral column?

    a. size of body b. allow lateral flexion c. shape of spinous process d. direction of articular processes BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Vertebral Column: $100 AnswerWhich feature is not a recognized structural difference found in the different regions of the vertebral column?

    a. size of body b. allow lateral flexion c. shape of spinous process d. direction of articular processes BACK TO GAME

  • Vertebral Column: $200 QuestionWhich of the structures below is/are in direct contact with the superior articular facets of the atlas?

    a. axis b. spinous process c. formamen magnum d. occipital condyles BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Vertebral Column: $200 AnswerWhich of the structures below is/are in direct contact with the superior articular facets of the atlas?

    a. axis b. spinous process c. formamen magnum d. occipital condyles BACK TO GAME

  • Vertebral Column: $300 QuestionWhich structure connects the laminae of adjacent vertebrae?

    a. ligamentum flavum b. supraspinous ligamentc. posterior longitudinal ligament d. anterior longitudinal ligament BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Vertebral Column: $300 AnswerWhich structure connects the laminae of adjacent vertebrae?

    a. ligamentum flavum b. supraspinous ligamentc. posterior longitudinal ligament d. anterior longitudinal ligament BACK TO GAME

  • Vertebral Column: $400 QuestionAn abnormal spinal curvature of more than 10 laterally is called ________.

    a. kyphosisb. scoliosisc. lordosisd. abnormal cervical curvatureBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Vertebral Column: $400 AnswerAn abnormal spinal curvature of more than 10 laterally is called ________.

    a. kyphosisb. scoliosisc. lordosisd. abnormal cervical curvatureBACK TO GAME

  • Vertebral Column: $500 QuestionThe ligament that connects vertebral spinous processes is the ________.

    a. supraspinous ligament b. costospinous ligament c. posterior longitudinal ligamentd. ligamentum flavumBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Vertebral Column: $500 AnswerThe ligament that connects vertebral spinous processes is the ________.

    a. supraspinous ligament b. costospinous ligament c. posterior longitudinal ligamentd. ligamentum flavumBACK TO GAME

  • Thats axial not axle!: $100 QuestionMost skull bones are flat bones firmly united by ________.

    a. sutures b. synchondroses c. gomphoses d. synovial jointsBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thats axial not axle!: $100 AnswerMost skull bones are flat bones firmly united by ________.

    a. sutures b. synchondroses c. gomphoses d. synovial jointsBACK TO GAME

  • Thats axial not axle!: $200 QuestionWhich bone(s) does/do not belong to the axial skeleton?

    a. skull b. pelvis c. vertebral column d. thoracic cage BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thats axial not axle!: $200 AnswerWhich bone(s) does/do not belong to the axial skeleton?

    a. skull b. pelvis c. vertebral column d. thoracic cage BACK TO GAME

  • Thats axial not axle!: $300 QuestionWhich structures transmit the ventral rami of sacral spinal nerves?

    a. intervertebral foraminab. intersacral notchesc. posterior sacral foraminad. anterior sacral foraminaBACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thats axial not axle!: $300 AnswerWhich structures transmit the ventral rami of sacral spinal nerves?

    a. intervertebral foraminab. intersacral notchesc. posterior sacral foraminad. anterior sacral foraminaBACK TO GAME

  • Thats axial not axle!: $400 QuestionWhich of the structures below has circular vertebral foramina and long, sharp spinous processes?

    a. lumbar vertebraeb. thoracic vertebraec. sacrumd. cervical vertebraeANSWERBACK TO GAME

  • Thats axial not axle!: $400 AnswerWhich of the structures below has circular vertebral foramina and long, sharp spinous processes?

    a. lumbar vertebraeb. thoracic vertebraec. sacrumd. cervical vertebraeBACK TO GAME

  • Thats axial not axle!: $500 QuestionWhat bony structures constitute the vertebral foramen?

    a. the vertebral arches b. the laminae and pediclesc. the body d. all of the above BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Thats axial not axle!: $500 AnswerWhat bony structures constitute the vertebral foramen?

    a. the vertebral arches b. the laminae and pediclesc. the body d. all of the above BACK TO GAME

  • Axial Potpourri: $100 QuestionThe intervertebral discs __________.

    a. act as shock absorbers b. account for ~25% of spinal column lengthc. bind successive vertebrae together d. all of the above BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Axial Potpourri: $100 AnswerThe intervertebral discs __________.

    a. act as shock absorbersb. account for ~25% of spinal column lengthc. bind successive vertebrae togetherd. all of the above BACK TO GAME

  • Axial Potpourri: $200 QuestionA slipped or herniated disc __________.

    a. usually involves a rupture of the annulus fibrosusb. pushes nucleus pulposus contents anterolaterallyc. pushes the nucleus pulposus contents anteriorlyd. both a and c BACK TO GAMEANSWER

  • Axial Potpourri: $200 AnswerA slipped or herniated disc __________.

    a. usually involves a rupture of the annulus fibrosusb. pushes nucleus pulposus contents anterolaterallyc. pushes the nucleus pulposus contents anteriorlyd. both a and c BACK TO GAME

  • Axial Potpourri: $300 QuestionThe three distinct features of the cervical vertebrae include __________.

    a. t