Flashcards in Most Missed Q's from Exam One Deck (17)
What will form the posterior boundary of a typical intervertebral foramen?
-the inferior articular process/post-zygapophysis
-the superior articular process/pre-zygapophysis
-the capsular ligament
What arterial vasa corona branches supply gray matter and most of the spinal cord?
ventral/central/sulcal perforating arteries
What were the classifications of sutura notha/false sutures based on latin groupings?
squamous and harmonia
What type of ossification pattern typically forms the true suture?
What type of ossification pattern typically forms the false suture?
Type IVa articular receptors would be present in what locations?
-articular fat pads
-adventitia of blood vessels
Type IVb articular receptors would be present in what locations?
-accessory ligaments in general
-dense in the posterior longitudinal ligament of the spine
What is implied when cartilage is said to have elastic properties?
-cartilage can deform and return to original volume rapidly
-a time independent property
What is implied when cartilage is said to have viscoelastic properties?
-cartilage can deform but returns to original volume slowly
-a time dependent property
What morphological classifications of synovial joints would be classified as uniaxial?
What morphological classifications of synovial joints would be classified as biaxial?
What are the regions/divisions of the internal carotid artery?
What are the segmental arteries of the cervical spine?
-ascending cervical artery
-deep cervical artery
What are the segmental arteries of the thoracic spine?
-supreme (highest/superior) thoracic
What are the functions of lymph nodules?
-lymphocytopoiesis (perpetuations of the lymphocyte cell line)
-aid in the immune response
What forms the joint of Luschka and what joint classification is it?
-uncinate process and lateral groove
-modified synovial (diarthrosis) sellar