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1. ______ coccyx

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

1. a. axial skeleton

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2. ______ 80 bones

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

2. a. axial skeleton

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3. ______ 126 bones

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

3. b. appendicular skeleton

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4. ______ vertebral column

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

4.a. axial skeleton

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5. ______ carpals

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

5. b. appendicular skeleton

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6. ______ scapula

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

6. b. appendicular skeleton

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7. ______ auditory ossicles (ear bones)

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

7. a. axial skeleton

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8. ______ shoulder girdle

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

8. b. appendicular skeleton

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9. ______ skull

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

9. a. axial skeleton

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10. ______ clavicles

a. axial skeleton
b. appendicular skeleton

10. b. appendicular skeleton

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11

Multiple Choice

11. The squamous suture connects which two bones?

a. frontal and parietal
b. parietal and temporal
c. temporal and sphenoid
d. sphenoid and frontaly

11. c. temporal and sphenoid

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12

Multiple Choice

12. The mastoid sinuses are found in which bone?

a. frontal
b. sphenoid
c. parietal
d. temporal

12. d. temporal

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13

Multiple Choice

13. The skull bone that articulates with the first cervical vertebrae is the:

a. occipital.
b. sphenoid.
c. ethmoid.
d. none of the above.

13. a. occipital.

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Multiple Choice

14. A meatus can be described as a:

a. large bony prominence.
b. shallow groove.
c. tubelike opening or channel.
d. raised, rough area.

14. c. tubelike opening or channel.

Chapter 12, page 236

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Multiple Choice

15. Separation of the nasal and cranial cavities is achieved by the:

a. cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone.
b. sella turcica of the sphenoid bone.
c. foramen magnum of the occipital bone.
d. palatine process of the maxilla.

15. a. cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone.

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Multiple Choice

16. Which of the following is not a bone of the orbit?

a. ethmoid
b. nasal
c. lacrimal
d. frontal
d. sphenoid and frontal

16. b. nasal

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17

True or False

17. ______ The sphenoid is a bone of the face.

17. False

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18

True or False

18. ______ A specialized adaptation of the infant skull is called a fontanel.

18. True

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19

True or False

19. ______ The cheek is shaped by the zygomatic, or malar, bone.

19. True

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20

True or False

20. ______ The hyoid is one of several bones that do not articulate with any other bones.

20. False

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21

True or False

21. ______ The external acoustic meatus is located within the temporal bone.

21. True

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22

Multiple Choice

22. Which of the following is not a marking on facial bones?

a. mental foramen
b. sinus
c. coronoid process
d. suture

22. d. suture

Chapter 12, page 248

23

Multiple Choice

23. The palatine process:

a. forms the cheekbones.
b. forms part of the hard palate.
c. forms the upper part of the bridge of the nose.
d. forms the posterior portion of the nasal septum.

23. b. forms part of the hard palate.

Chapter 12, page 246

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Multiple Choice

24. The foundation or keystone in the architecture of the face is the:

a. mandible.
b. maxillae.
c. zygomatic.
d. lacrimal bone.

24. b. maxillae.

Chapter 12, page 250

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Multiple Choice

25. The shape of the nose is formed by the nasal bones and the:

a. costal cartilage.
b. sella turcica.
c. septal cartilage.
d. cribriform plate.

25. c. septal cartilage.

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26

Multiple Choice

26. Which marking does not appear on the mandible?

a. ramus
b. condylar process
c. alveolar process
d. horizontal plate

26. d. horizontal plate

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27

Multiple Choice

27. Lamina is a posterior portion of the:

a. hyoid.
b. maxilla.
c. vertebra.
d. zygomatic.

27. c. vertebra.

Chapter 12, page 254

28

Multiple Choice

28. Which of the following is not a part of the vertebral column?

a. cervical curvature
b. thoracic curvature
c. lumbar curvature
d. coccyx curvature

28. d. coccyx curvature

Chapter 12, page 258

29

Multiple Choice

29. The dens projects from the body of the:

a. first vertebra.
b. second vertebra.
c. coccyx.
d. first thoracic vertebra.

29. b. second vertebra.

Chapter 12, page 255

30

Multiple Choice

30. The vertebral column is curved:

a. to increase the carrying strength of the column.
b. to protect certain structures that are beneath.
c. to accommodate the shape of the body.
d. to accommodate head, neck, and hip movements.

30. a. to increase the carrying strength of the column.

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