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Flashcards in Mandible Deck (24):
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Largest andstrongest bone of the Face and composed of two symmetrical halves.

Mandible

2

Projection fromthe upper borderof the ramus,anterior.


a) condylar process
b) coronoid process
c) mantel spine
d) mandibular notch

b) coronoid process

3

Projection fromthe upper borderof the ramus, posterior

a) condylar process
b) coronoid process
c) mantel spine
d) mandibular notch

a) condylar process

4

Between Coronoid and Condylar processes


a) condylar process
b) coronoid process
c) mantel spine
d) mandibular notch

d) mandibular notch

5

Located in the inneraspect of the ramus and Entrance to the mandibular canal

a) mandibular foramen
b) mental foramen
c) lingual
d) mylohyoid groove

a) mandibular foramen

6

thin tonguelike projection of boneoverlapping the foramen


a) mandibular foramen
b) mental foramen
c) lingula
d) mylohyoid groove

c) lingula

7

small groove that runs inferiorly and anteriorly to the inner surface of the ramus

a) mandibular foramen
b) mental foramen
c) lingual
d) mylohyoid groove

d) mylohyoid groove

8

Divides the internal surface of the mandible into 2 areas


a) mylohyoid line
b) mental spine
c) lingual
d) mylohyoid groove

a) mylohyoid line

9

fibrous tissue jointin the median plane that unites the 2 halves of the mandible

Symphysis Menti

10

What yr does the symphysis menti begin to fuse?

1st year

11

what year does the symphysis menti completely fused?

2nd year

12

transverse, maybe associated with dislocation of the Temporomandibularjoint on the same side

a) neck
b) angle
c) body

a) neck

13

True or False

Fractures of mandible always occurs on the same side

FALSE! (occur on oppositesides of the mandible)

14

The fracture of mandible that affect the angle is usually _______ and may involve the socket of ________.

oblique; 3rd molar tooth

15

The fracture of mandible that passt hrough the socket of the canine tooth


a) angle
b) body
c) neck

b) body

16

a hinge and gliding joint and is the mostly constant used joint in the body

TemperoMandibular Joint

17

insertion of the temporalis muscles

Coronoid process

18

Origin of the mylohyoid muscle

mylohyoid line

19

contains the mylohyoid artery and nerve

mylohyoid groove

20

Transmits the nerve and vessels to the Masseter

Mandibular notch

21

Transmit the inferioralveolar nerve andvessels

mandibular foramen

22

Located inferior to the lower 2nd premolar tooth

mental foramen

23

Transmit the mental nerve and vessels

mental foramen

24

U-shaped bone

Mandible