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1

What are the attachments of the cranium and the sacrum?

Dura of foramen magnum to dura of posterior body and disc of S2

2

Deviation of the ethmoid spine may have what clinical effect on nasal passage?

Septal deviation => can only breathe through one nostril

3

Ethmoid rotates about what axis?

Transverse axis

4

Ethmoid extension moves the crista galli in what directions?

Inferior

Anterior

5

Cranial extension has what effect on the ethmoid bone?

Extension

Internal rotation

6

What role might the ethmoid bone play in sinusitis?

Lateral masses move into ER with widening of ethmoid notch and ER of maxillae => open nasal passage

ER/IR on ethmoid create pumping action on ethmoid sinus

7

What role might the ethmoid bone play in HA?

Lymph backup may cause:

Increased dural tension => migraine/tension HA

Vascular effects => migraine

8

What motion do the palatines move in during SBS flexion?

External Rotation

9

What is the function of the vomer in cranial flexion?

Depress hard palate

Flexion - wide flat palate

Extension - narrow tall palate

10

When SBS is in flexion:

Ethmoid moves in the same direction as the ______

Vomer moves in the same direction as the ______

Ethmoid moves in the same direction as the occiput

Vomer moves in the same direction as the sphenoid

Vowels move together

Consonants move together

11

Somatic dysfunction of the vomer is usually secondary to ____

Trauma

12

What are the clinical indications for treating palatine somatic dysfunction?

TMJ

Swallowing/speech difficulties

13

What landmark does the auditory canal exit? What is the clinical consequence of dysfunction here?

Junction of the petrous portion of temporal and sphenoid Bs.

Otitis Media (lack of drainage)

14

Distention, traction, or dilation of which arteries are known to cause HA?

Middle meningeal

Superficial temporal As.

Due to close relationship of dura to arteries

15

External rotation somatic dysfunction of the temporal bone would put pressure on what structures?

Structures deep to the tentorium cerebri

Due to attachment at petrosal ridge

16

How might OMT have an effect on Bell's palsy?

Temporal bone alignment

Regional tissue strain release

17

What was the result of OCMM performed in geriatric pts, dizziness pts, and college students according to the studies from the J Am Osteopath Association?

Geriatric - improved balance

Dizziness - less dizzy (wow)

College students - sleep better