Foramen spinosum is located in the __ of sphenoidal bone:
The sphenoid bone consists of: (choose the wrong answer)
Foramen rotundum transmits the ____ division of the trigeminal nerve:
Ovale transmits the ____ division of the trigeminal nerve:
What is the artery that passes through foramen spinosum:
Scaphocephaly results from premature closure of the ___ suture:
Scaphocephaly (also known as dolichocephaly) is the most common form of craniosynostosis, where premature closure of the sagittal suture results in an impediment to the lateral growth of the skull while anteroposterior growth continues
The second cervical vertebra (Axis) is an atypical cervical vertebra because of the:
Cutaneous innervation of the forehead is provided by the ____ nerve:
The supratrochlear nerve is a branch of the frontal nerve, and the frontal nerve is a branch of the ophthalmic nerve.
The cutaneous innervation of the anterior part of the SCALP is derived from branches of the __ nerve:
The branches of the frontal nerve are:
Cutaneous innervation of the apex of the nose is provided by the ____ nerve:
Loss of sensation of skin over the tip of the nose is due to injury of ___ nerve.
The hypoglossal canal is located in the ___ cranial fossa.
The seventh cervical vertebra is atypical because:
The foramen transversarium of the __ cervical vertebra does not transmit the vertebral artery.
The suprahyoid muscles are: (choose the wrong answer)
The Omohyoid muscle:
The branch from the hypoglossal nerve that supplies thyrohyoid muscle is actually derived from __
The absence of a body makes the ___ vertebra atypical:
The ____ muscle compresses cheek against molar teeth: