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UNIT II – BONE STRUCTURE
The zygomatic arch is a bony landmark of the

        A. temporal bone.
        B. maxilla.
        C. parietal bone.
        D. frontal bone.



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The inferior turbinates are also known as

      A.   the alveolar processes.
      B.   the inferior nasal conchae.
      C.   the palatine processes.
      D.   the septal cartilages.



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A small oval depression found immediately anterior to the
ear passage that serves as the receptacle for the lower
jaw is known as the

      A.   mastoid process.
      B.   mandibular fossa.
      C.   zygomatic arch depression.
      D.   external auditory meatus.

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The most posterior surface bone of the cranium is the

   A.   maxilla.
   B.   frontal bone.
   C.   occipital bone.
   D.   parietal bone.



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The upper jaw is created by which paired surface bones
of the face?

      A.   the maxillae
      B.   the zygomatic bones
      C.   the temporal bones
      D.   the nasal bones


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A singular rounded elevation of the frontal bone found
immediately superior to the root of the nose is known as
the

      A.   frontal eminence.
      B.   supraorbital margin.
      C.   superciliary arch.
      D.   glabella.

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Which is a bony landmark created by the junction of the
inferior edge of the body of the mandible with the
posterior edge of the ramus of the mandible?

      A.   the mental eminence
      B.   the condyle
      C.   the angle of the jaw
      D.   the alveolar process

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The shape of the adult male and female skull commonly
resembles

      A.   a triangle.
      B.   a diamond.
      C.   a square.
      D.   an oval.


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The widest part of the cranium is measured between the

   A.   “centers” of the zygomatic bones.
   B.   angles of the jaw.
   C.   zygomatic arches.
   D.   parietal eminences.



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The hinge of the lower jaw is created by the mandibular
fossa and the

      A.   external auditory meatus.
      B.   coronoid process.
      C.   incisive fossa.
      D.   condyle.


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The distance between which bony landmarks may
suggest the geometric form of the head from the frontal
aspect?

      A.   the zygomatic arches
      B.   the parietal eminences
      C.   the zygomatic bones
      D.   the angles of the jaw

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Which bony landmark is useful as a guide for attachment
when the head has been severed from the neck?

      A.   the angle of the jaw
      B.   the incisive fossa
      C.   the glenoid fossa
      D.   the foramen magnum


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A bony ridge found on both upper and lower jaws that
contains the sockets for the teeth is known as the

      A.   nasal spine of the maxilla.
      B.   alveolar process.
      C.   mental eminence.
      D.   incisive fossa.


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What is the width of the adult male or female skull
compared to its length?

      A.   one-quarter
      B.   one-third
      C.   one-half
      D.   two-thirds


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A large opening in the base of the occipital bone through
which the spinal column passes is known as the

      A.   orbital cavity.
      B.   mastoid process.
      C.   buccal cavity.
      D.   foramen magnum.


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A vertical, slightly convex area that forms the anterior and
superior portion of the temporal bone is known as the

       A.   ramus.
       B.   line of the temple.
       C.   squama.
       D.   buccal depression.


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Which is a slightly raised, curving ridge on the frontal
bone that marks the lateral boundary of the forehead and
the beginning of the temporal region?

      A.   the supraorbital margin
      B.   the line of the temple
      C.   the glabella
      D.   the superciliary arch

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Which boundary of the eye socket is created by the
zygomatico-frontal process?

      A.   the superior boundary
      B.   the medial boundary
      C.   the lateral boundary
      D.   the inferior boundary


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The incisive fossa is a bony depression found

   A.   above the root of the nose.
   B.   below the lower four front teeth.
   C.   along the base of the nasal cavity.
   D.   in the central cheek.



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Which of these are paired surface bones of the cranium?

   A.   the parietal bones
   B.   the zygomatic bones
   C.   the nasal bones
   D.   the maxillae



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The approximate area occupied by the adult face when
compared to the adult cranium is

      A.   one-eighth.
      B.   one-quarter.
      C.   one-half.
      D.   seven-eighths.


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The articulating process of the ramus of the mandible is
known as the

      A.   condyle.
      B.   mandibular fossa.
      C.   coronoid process.
      D.   mental eminence.


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Which bony landmark might be useful when attempting to
determine the angle of a restored ear on the side of the
head?

      A.   the external auditory meatus
      B.   the mastoid process
      C.   the posterior margin of the ramus
      D.   the mandibular fossa

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A bony dome over the upper part of the nasal cavity that
is formed by the articulation of the nasal bones is known
as the

      A.   vomer.
      B.   nasal spine of the maxilla.
      C.   glabella.
      D.   bridge of the nose.

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The largest singular bone of the adult face is the

   A.   parietal bone.
   B.   mandible.
   C.   maxilla.
   D.   frontal bone.



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A small oval depression found immediately anterior to the
ear passage that serves as the receptacle for the lower
jaw is known as the

      A.   external auditory meatus.
      B.   zygomatic arch depression.
      C.   mastoid process.
      D.   mandibular fossa.

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The mandibular fossa is found on which surface bone of
the cranium?

      A.   the mandible
      B.   the parietal bone
      C.   the zygomatic bone
      D.   the temporal bone


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The widest part of the face is measured between which
bony landmarks?

  A.   the angles of the jaw
  B.   the zygomatic arches
  C.   the centers of the zygomatic bones
  D.   the parietal eminences


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Which are paired surface bones of the face?

   A.   the parietal bones
   B.   the temporal bones
   C.   the occipital bones
   D.   the nasal bones



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Which is a surface bone of the cranium?

   A.   the mandible
   B.   the maxilla
   C.   the temporal bone
   D.   the zygomatic bone



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The upper sharp rim of the eye socket is created by the

   A.   superciliary arch.
   B.   line of the temple.
   C.   supraorbital margin.
   D.   glabella.



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Which surface bones of the cranium articulate at the
sagittal suture?

      A.   the parietal and temporal bones
      B.   the parietal bones
      C.   the occipital and parietal bones
      D.   the frontal and occipital bones


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The horizontal division of the lower jaw is called the

   A.   crown.
   B.   ramus.
   C.   body.
   D.   incisive fossa.



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Which surface bone of the face can be divided into
vertical and horizontal divisions?

      A.   the zygomatic bone
      B.   the temporal bone
      C.   the inferior maxillary bone
      D.   the frontal bone


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Which surface bone of the cranium can be divided into
vertical and horizontal divisions?

      A.   the frontal bone
      B.   the parietal bone
      C.   the zygomatic bone
      D.   the maxilla


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A large rounded protuberance located along the inferior
margin of the temporal bone below and behind the ear is
known as the

      A.   angle of the jaw.
      B.   foramen magnum.
      C.   mastoid process.
      D.   occipital protuberance.

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The oval form of the adult male and female skull can be
identified from all of these viewpoints EXCEPT

      A.   the frontal view.
      B.   the crown view.
      C.   the profile view.
      D.   the three-quarter view.


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A surface bone of the cranium that forms both the
forehead and the anterior portion of the roof of the skull is
known as the

       A.   occipital bone.
       B.   maxilla.
       C.   parietal bone.
       D.   frontal bone.

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All of these statements regarding the cranium are correct
EXCEPT

   A. the cranium is that area of the skull superior to
      the eyes.
   B. the cranium is composed of eight bones.
   C. the adult cranium occupies an area that is one-
      half the area of the adult face.
   D. the cranium houses the brain.
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The sides and top of the cranium are created by the

   A.   parietal bones.
   B.   maxillae.
   C.   temporal bones.
   D.   zygomatic bones.



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Where is the ear found in relation to the parietal
eminences?

       A.   on the same plane as
       B.   posterior and inferior
       C.   anterior and superior
       D.   anterior and inferior


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A sharp, bony spur that projects anteriorly from the
inferior margin of the nasal cavity at its median line is
known as the

       A.   mental eminence.
       B.   nasal spine of the maxilla.
       C.   alveolar process.
       D.   incisive fossa.

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The nasal spine of the maxilla is found

   A.   on the lower forehead.
   B.   on the upper jaw.
   C.   deep within the nasal cavity.
   D.   on the lower jaw.



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Paired elevations of the frontal bone found just superior to
the medial portion of the eyebrows are known as the

       A.   glabellae.
       B.   frontal eminences.
       C.   superciliary eminences.
       D.   supraorbital margins.


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Unpaired surface bones of the cranium include the

   A.   frontal and occipital bones.
   B.   temporal and parietal bones.
   C.   frontal and temporal bones.
   D.   parietal and occipital bones.



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The most posterior surface bone of the cranium is the

   A.   maxilla.
   B.   parietal bone.
   C.   frontal bone.
   D.   occipital bone.



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When determining the greatest width in the cranium of the
adult male or female skull, a measurement is taken
between the

      A.   zygomatic arches.
      B.   zygomatic bones.
      C.   parietal eminences.
      D.   angles of the jaw.

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The anterior non-articulating process of the ramus of the
mandible is known as the

      A.   mandibular fossa.
      B.   condyle.
      C.   angle of the jaw.
      D.   coronoid process.


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What is the area occupied by the infant face when
compared to the total area of the infant cranium?

      A.   one-eighth
      B.   one-quarter
      C.   one-half
      D.   two-thirds


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All of these are external bones of the cranium EXCEPT

   A.   the frontal bone.
   B.   the parietal bones.
   C.   the zygomatic bones.
   D.   the temporal bones.



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Rounded, unmargined, paired elevations of the forehead
found approximately one inch below the normal hairline
are identified as the

      A.   superciliary arches.
      B.   lines of the temple.
      C.   supraorbital margins.
      D.   frontal eminences.

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The inferior portion of the sides of the cranium is created
by which paired surface bones?

       A.   the superior maxillary bones
       B.   the nasal bones
       C.   the temporal bones
       D.   the inferior nasal conchae


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When compared to the adult male or female skull, the
infant skull is

      A.   oblong.
      B.   square.
      C.   round.
      D.   oval.


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The hinge of the lower jaw is created by the articulation of
the mandibular fossa with the

       A.   coronoid process.
       B.   condyle.
       C.   incisive fossa.
       D.   mastoid process.


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The plow-shaped bone that divides the nasal cavity into
two equal chambers is known as the

      A.   vomer.
      B.   nasal spine of the maxilla.
      C.   inferior nasal conchae.
      D.   perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone.


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When determining the greatest width in the anterior-most
plane of the face, a measurement is taken between the

      A.   “centers” of the zygomatic bones.
      B.   parietal eminences.
      C.   angles of the jaw.
      D.   zygomatic arches, just anterior to the ear.


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Which boundary of the eye socket is created by the
zygomatico-frontal process?

      A.   medial
      B.   lateral
      C.   superior
      D.   Inferior


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Which bony landmark will divide the length of the ear into
halves?

      A.   the occipital protuberance
      B.   the origin of the zygomatic arch
      C.   the condyle
      D.   the line of the temple


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The condyle and the mandibular fossa create

   A. a bony guide used to attach a severed head to the
      torso.
   B. the greatest width in the cranium.
   C. the greatest width in the anterior-most plane of the
      face.
   D. the “hinge” for the lower jaw.

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Which bony landmark of the temporal bone is found
immediately posterior to the mandibular fossa?

      A.   the mastoid process
      B.   the frontal process of the maxilla
      C.   the external auditory meatus
      D.   the squama


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The anterior portion of which surface bone of the cranium
is formed by the squama?

      A.   the occipital bone
      B.   the parietal bone
      C.   the frontal bone
      D.   the temporal bone


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Which is a vertical depression found between the cords of
the neck?

      A.   the buccal depression
      B.   the esophageal depression
      C.   the mandibular fossa
      D.   the incisive fossa


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A lesser concavity of the face located on the lateral
portion of the cheek just below the length of the
zygomatic arch is known as

       A.   the zygomatic arch depression.
       B.   the nasal cavity.
       C.   the buccal depression.
       D.   the orbital cavity.

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At the point of the chin is a prominent triangular elevation
known as the

       A.   alveolar process.
       B.   angle of the jaw.
       C.   coronoid process.
       D.   mental eminence.


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The margins of the nasal cavity are

   A.   pear-shaped.
   B.   pentagon-shaped.
   C.   wedge-shaped.
   D.   almond-shaped.



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Which is these is a long, thin, bony process that begins
just above the ear passage and extends anteriorly to the
cheekbone?

      A.   the nasal spine of the maxilla
      B.   the zygomatic arch
      C.   the occipital protuberance
      D.   the frontal process of the maxilla

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How many bones in total comprise the face?

   A.   six
   B.   seven
   C.   eleven
   D.   fourteen



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The lowermost scroll-shaped bones on the sidewalls of
the nasal cavity are known as the

      A.   maxillary sinuses.
      B.   inferior nasal conchae.
      C.   alveolar processes.
      D.   palatine processes.


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The inferior nasal conchae are also known as the

   A.   alveolar processes.
   B.   septal cartilages.
   C.   inferior turbinates.
   D.   palatine processes.



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A cartilage considered chiefly responsible for asymmetry
in the halves of the nose when compared together is
known as the

      A.   perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone.
      B.   superior lateral cartilage.
      C.   nasal septum.
      D.   inferior lateral cartilage.

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A bone that serves as the inferior anchor for the nasal
septum is known as the

      A.   nasal spine of the maxilla.
      B.   vomer.
      C.   perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone.
      D.   alveolar process.


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A bony landmark that creates the lateral margin of the
nasal cavity and the medial boundary of the orbital cavity
is known as the

      A.   zygomatico-frontal process.
      B.   supraorbital margin.
      C.   frontal process of the maxilla.
      D.   alveolar process.

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Two external surface bones of the face that create the
inferior boundary of the eye socket are the

      A.   zygomatic and frontal bones.
      B.   superior maxillary and nasal bones.
      C.   maxillae and malar bones.
      D.   nasal and zygomatic bones.


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Bones found in the nasal cavity that anchor the nasal
septum include the

   A. perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone and
      the inferior nasal conchae.
   B. inferior turbinates and the nasal spine of the
      maxilla.
   C. vomer and the inferior nasal conchae.
   D. perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone and the
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Anatomically, the eye socket is known as the

   A.   orbital cavity.
   B.   esophageal depression.
   C.   buccal cavity.
   D.   oral cavity.



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How many external surface bones comprise the cranium
of the adult skull?

      A.   six
      B.   seven
      C.   eight
      D.   fourteen


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Which bony process serves as the superior and posterior
anchor for the nasal septum?

      A.   the palatine process
      B.   the vomer
      C.   the nasal spine of the maxilla
      D.   the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone


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How many external bones of the cranium are important to
the restorative artist?

      A.   six
      B.   seven
      C.   eight
      D.   fourteen


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How many external surface bones of the face are
important to the restorative artist?

      A.   six
      B.   seven
      C.   eight
      D.   fourteen


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Which is a shallow concavity overlying the temporal
bone?

      A.   the buccal depression
      B.   the zygomatic arch depression
      C.   the esophageal depression
      D.   the temporal depression


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The glenoid fossa is also known as the

   A.   external auditory meatus.
   B.   squama.
   C.   temporal depression.
   D.   mandibular fossa.



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An unpaired surface bone of the face is the

   A.   nasal bone.
   B.   zygomatic bone.
   C.   maxilla.
   D.   mandible.



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The vertical ascending process of the upper jaw is known
as the

      A.   frontal process of the maxilla.
      B.   zygomatico-frontal process.
      C.   frontal eminence.
      D.   ramus.


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Where is the mastoid process found?

   A.   on the parietal bone
   B.   on the occipital bone
   C.   on the temporal bone
   D.   on the zygomatic bone



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The primary bony structure used to determine the
accurate location of a modeled ear is the

      A.   foramen magnum.
      B.   frontal process of the maxilla.
      C.   external auditory meatus.
      D.   mastoid process.


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A bony landmark that can be used to located the posterior
margin of the ear lobe is identified as the

      A.   mandibular fossa.
      B.   external auditory meatus.
      C.   mastoid process.
      D.   origin of the zygomatic arch.


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A bony landmark that would NOT be used to determine
the position of a restored ear on the side of the head is
the

       A.   glenoid fossa.
       B.   external accoustic meatus.
       C.   coronoid process.
       D.   origin of the zygomatic arch.

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A bony opening commonly used in the restorative
treatment of a decapitation case is the

      A.   orbital cavity.
      B.   foramen magnum.
      C.   external auditory meatus.
      D.   incisive fossa.


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The articulation of which bones creates the vertex of the
cranium?

      A.   the occipital and parietal bones
      B.   the parietal and temporal bones
      C.   the parietal bones
      D.   the frontal and temporal bones


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A shallow concavity of the cheek that extends obliquely
downward from the medial or lateral margins of the
cheekbone is known as the

      A.   buccal depression.
      B.   esophageal depression.
      C.   zygomatic arch depression.
      D.   temporal depression.

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Between which bony landmarks is found the widest part
of the lower one-third of the face?

      A.   the parietal eminences
      B.   the angles of the jaw
      C.   the “centers” of the zygomatic bones
      D.   the mastoid processes


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Which bony landmark affects the configuration of the
inclination of the upper integumentary lip when viewed
from the profile?

      A.   the mental eminence
      B.   the frontal process of the maxilla
      C.   the alveolar process of the maxilla
      D.   the incisive fossa

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When viewed from the profile, which bony landmark
affects the configuration of the recession of the central
plane of the lower integumentary lip?

       A.   the angle of the jaw
       B.   the incisive fossa
       C.   the nasal spine of the maxilla
       D.   the coronoid process

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If the norm is observed, the characteristic shape of the
body of the mandible when bilaterally viewed is

      A.   horse-shoe.
      B.   round.
      C.   angular.
      D.   square.


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When viewed from the profile, the configuration exhibited
by the base of the nose is influenced by which bony
landmark?

      A.   the incisive fossa
      B.   the alveolar process of the maxilla
      C.   the nasal spine of the maxilla
      D.   the glabella

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Which is a bone that does NOT articulate with other
cranial or facial bones by means of sutures, being held in
place only by muscles and tendons?

      A.   the frontal bone
      B.   the occipital bone
      C.   the maxilla
      D.   the mandible

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