What are the (5) main paired bones we will focus on?
Flexion of the cranium is paired with _______ and _______ rotation
Flexion of the cranium is paired with INHALATION and EXTERNAL rotation
Extension of the cranium is paired with _______ and _______ rotation
Extension of the cranium is paired with EXHALATION and INTERNAL rotation
What is the top picture?
Top = Flexion, Inhalation
Bottom = Extension, Exhalation
Paired bones in cranial flexion demonstrate ________ rotation
Paired bones in cranial flexion demonstrate EXTERNAL rotation
What are the (5) other bones that the PARIETAL bone articulates with?
Where are the:
Sagittal, Bregma and Lambda sutures?
Name the sutures
What is the result of a sagittal synostosis?
Sagittal synostosis is the MOST COMMON form of synostosis
Premature fusion of the sagittal suture restricts the transverse growth of the skull
What is the result of a lambdoid synostosis?
Flattening of the back of the head on the affected side and ipsilateral compensatory growth of the mastoid
Creates a TILT in the cranial base
What is the major vascular association with the temporal bone?
Middle meningeal a.
What major thing is housed in the temporal bone?
What is the main axis of the temporal bone?
Temporal bone motion is driven by the ________ through the OM articulation
Temporal bone motion is driven by the OCCIPUT through the OM articulation
What are mechanical issues that can be related to temporal bone SD?
What are organ/nerve issues that can be related to temporal bone SD?
Swallowing and chewing
Tinnitis and eustachian tube dysfunction
A. Parietosquamous suture
For all of our test questions...
The frontal bone is considered a....
Which bone has the most articulations with other cranial bones?
Has articulations with (7) other bones
Parietals, sphenoid, zygoma, lacrimals, ethmoid, maxillae, nasals
What are some mechanical issues that can come from a frontal bone SD?
Focal head pain
Global head pain
What are some organ/nerve issues that can come from a frontal bone SD?