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Page 1: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

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The Noggin, aka Skull

Thoracic Cage

Vertebral Column

That’s axial

not axle! Potpourri

FINAL ROUND

Page 2: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$100 Question

The 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

ANSWER

Page 3: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$100 Answer

The 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

Page 4: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$200 Question

The paired cranial bones are __________.

a. frontal

b. parietal

c. temporal

d. both b and c

BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 5: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$200 Answer

The paired cranial bones are __________.

a. frontal

b. parietal

c. temporal

d. both b and c

BACK TO GAME

Page 6: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$300 Question

Which 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

ANSWER

Page 7: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$300 Answer

Which 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

Page 8: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$400 Question

Which 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

ANSWER

Page 9: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$400 Answer

Which 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

Page 10: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$500 Question

Which of the following are commonly called the cheekbones?

a. temporal bones

b. zygomatic bones

c. palatine bones

d. vomerBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 11: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

The Noggin, aka Skull:

$500 Answer

Which of the following are commonly called the cheekbones?

a. temporal bones

b. zygomatic bones

c. palatine bones

d. vomer BACK TO GAME

Page 12: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$100 Question

Ribs possess __________.

a. a head

b. a neck

c. an angle

d. all of the above

BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 13: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$100 Answer

Ribs possess ___________.

a. a head

b. a neck

c. an angle

d. all of the above

BACK TO GAME

Page 14: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$200 Question

Which structures articulate with rib tubercles?

a. superior costal facets

b. inferior costal facets

c. transverse costal facets

d. spinous costal facetsBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 15: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$200 Answer

Which structures articulate with rib tubercles?

a. superior costal facets

b. inferior costal facets

c. transverse costal facets

d. spinous costal facetsBACK TO GAME

Page 16: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$300 Question

Which area makes up the bulk of the sternum?

a. sternal angle

b. body

c. manubrium

d. xiphoid processBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 17: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$300 Answer

Which area makes up the bulk of the sternum?

a. sternal angle

b. body

c. manubrium

d. xiphoid processBACK TO GAME

Page 18: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$400 Question

True ribs __________.

a. are connected to the sternum directly with costal cartilage

b. include the rib pairs 2–10

c. are also called vertebrosternal ribs

d. both a and cBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 19: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$400 Answer

True ribs __________.

a. are connected to the sternum directly with costal cartilage

b. include the rib pairs 2–10

c. are also called vertebrosternal ribs

d. both a and cBACK TO GAME

Page 20: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$500 Question

Rib 1 and Ribs 10–12 __________.

a. articulate with only one vertebral body

b. form synovial joints at the angle of the ribs

c. form the sternal angle

d. do all of the above BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 21: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Thoracic Cage:

$500 Answer

Rib 1 and Ribs 10–12 __________.

a. articulate with only one vertebral body

b. form synovial joints at the angle of the ribs

c. form the sternal angle

d. do all of the above BACK TO GAME

Page 22: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$100 Question

Which 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

ANSWER

Page 23: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$100 Answer

Which 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

Page 24: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$200 Question

Which 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

ANSWER

Page 25: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$200 Answer

Which 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

Page 26: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$300 Question

Which structure connects the laminae of adjacent vertebrae?

a. ligamentum flavum

b. supraspinous ligament

c. posterior longitudinal ligament

d. anterior longitudinal ligament

BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 27: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$300 Answer

Which structure connects the laminae of adjacent vertebrae?

a. ligamentum flavum

b. supraspinous ligament

c. posterior longitudinal ligament

d. anterior longitudinal ligament

BACK TO GAME

Page 28: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$400 Question

An abnormal spinal curvature of more than 10º laterally is called ________.

a. kyphosis

b. scoliosis

c. lordosis

d. abnormal cervical curvatureBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 29: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$400 Answer

An abnormal spinal curvature of more than 10º laterally is called ________.

a. kyphosis

b. scoliosis

c. lordosis

d. abnormal cervical curvatureBACK TO GAME

Page 30: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$500 Question

The ligament that connects vertebral spinous processes is the ________.

a. supraspinous ligament

b. costospinous ligament

c. posterior longitudinal ligament

d. ligamentum flavumBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 31: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Vertebral Column:

$500 Answer

The ligament that connects vertebral spinous processes is the ________.

a. supraspinous ligament

b. costospinous ligament

c. posterior longitudinal ligament

d. ligamentum flavumBACK TO GAME

Page 32: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$100 Question

Most skull bones are flat bones firmly united by ________.

a. sutures

b. synchondroses

c. gomphoses

d. synovial jointsBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 33: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$100 Answer

Most skull bones are flat bones firmly united by ________.

a. sutures

b. synchondroses

c. gomphoses

d. synovial jointsBACK TO GAME

Page 34: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$200 Question

Which bone(s) does/do not belong to the axial skeleton?

a. skull

b. pelvis

c. vertebral column

d. thoracic cage BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 35: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$200 Answer

Which bone(s) does/do not belong to the axial skeleton?

a. skull

b. pelvis

c. vertebral column

d. thoracic cage BACK TO GAME

Page 36: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$300 Question

Which structures transmit the ventral rami of sacral spinal nerves?

a. intervertebral foramina

b. intersacral notches

c. posterior sacral foramina

d. anterior sacral foraminaBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 37: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$300 Answer

Which structures transmit the ventral rami of sacral spinal nerves?

a. intervertebral foramina

b. intersacral notches

c. posterior sacral foramina

d. anterior sacral foraminaBACK TO GAME

Page 38: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$400 Question

Which of the structures below has circular vertebral foramina and long, sharp spinous processes?

a. lumbar vertebrae

b. thoracic vertebrae

c. sacrum

d. cervical vertebraeANSWER

BACK TO GAME

Page 39: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$400 Answer

Which of the structures below has circular vertebral foramina and long, sharp spinous processes?

a. lumbar vertebrae

b. thoracic vertebrae

c. sacrum

d. cervical vertebraeBACK TO GAME

Page 40: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$500 Question

What bony structures constitute the vertebral foramen?

a. the vertebral arches

b. the laminae and pedicles

c. the body

d. all of the above BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 41: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

That’s axial not axle!:

$500 Answer

What bony structures constitute the vertebral foramen?

a. the vertebral arches

b. the laminae and pedicles

c. the body

d. all of the above BACK TO GAME

Page 42: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$100 Question

The intervertebral discs __________.

a. act as shock absorbers

b. account for ~25% of spinal column length

c. bind successive vertebrae together

d. all of the above BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 43: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$100 Answer

The intervertebral discs __________.

a. act as shock absorbers

b. account for ~25% of spinal column length

c. bind successive vertebrae together

d. all of the above BACK TO GAME

Page 44: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$200 Question

A slipped or herniated disc __________.

a. usually involves a rupture of the annulus fibrosus

b. pushes nucleus pulposus contents anterolaterally

c. pushes the nucleus pulposus contents anteriorly

d. both a and c BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 45: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$200 Answer

A slipped or herniated disc __________.

a. usually involves a rupture of the annulus fibrosus

b. pushes nucleus pulposus contents anterolaterally

c. pushes the nucleus pulposus contents anteriorly

d. both a and c BACK TO GAME

Page 46: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$300 Question

The three distinct features of the cervical vertebrae include __________.

a. transverse foramina

b. triangular vertebral foramina

c. bifid spinous processes

d. all of the aboveBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 47: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$300 Answer

The three distinct features of the cervical vertebrae include __________.

a. transverse foramina

b. triangular vertebral foramina

c. bifid spinous processes

d. all of the aboveBACK TO GAME

Page 48: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$400 Question

Spinal nerves __________.

a. pass through the intervertebral notches

b. stop at lumbar vertebra 1

c. pass through the intervertebral foramina

d. both b and c BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 49: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$400 Answer

Spinal nerves __________.

a. pass through the intervertebral notches

b. stop at lumbar vertebra 1

c. pass through the intervertebral foramina

d. both b and cBACK TO GAME

Page 50: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$500 Question

Which of the following is not part of the ethmoid bone?

a. cribiform plates

b. middle nasal concha

c. superior nasal concha

d. inferior nasal conchaBACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 51: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

Axial Potpourri:

$500 Answer

Which of the following is not part of the ethmoid bone?

a. cribiform plates

b. middle nasal concha

c. superior nasal concha

d. inferior nasal conchaBACK TO GAME

Page 52: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

FINAL ROUND Question

The function(s) of paranasal sinuses is/are __________.

a. to warm, filter, and moisten inhaled air

b. to lighten the skull

c. to allow passage of the inferior alveolar nerve

d. both a and b BACK TO GAME

ANSWER

Page 53: Chapter 7—Bones Part I: Axial Skeleton

FINAL ROUND Answer

The function(s) of paranasal sinuses is/are __________.

a. to warm, filter, and moisten inhaled air

b. to lighten the skull

c. to allow passage of the inferior alveolar nerve

d. both a and b BACK TO GAME