Names Of Skeleton Bone – Anthropology

Quiz 1 Names Of Skeleton Bone – Anthropology

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Name the bones:

A) Maxilla

B)Palatines

  C)  Sphenoid

 D) Occipital .

In anatomical terms, what view is this? 

Inferior


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Name the auditory ossicles labeled

A) Incus

B) Stapes

C) Malleus


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Name the tooth type:

A) Premolar

B) Molar

C) Canine

D) Incisors

In anatomical terms, what view is this? 

Inferior


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Name the tooth type:

A) Premolar

B) Incisor

C)  Molar

D)  Canine


Name the tooth type:

A)  Molar

B)  Canine

C) Premolar

D) Incisor


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Name the features the letter is closest to:

A) Supraorbital margin

B) Mental foramen

C) Mental eminence

In anatomical terms, what view is this? 

Anterior


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Name the sutures:

A) Lambdoid

B) Squamous

C) Coronal

Name the features:

D) Zygomatic process

E) External auditory meatus

F) Mastoid Process

In anatomical terms, what view is this? 

Lateral


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Name the bones:

A) Occipital

C) Parietal

E) Frontal

Name the sutures:

B) Sagittal

D) Coronal

G) Lambdoid 

In anatomical terms, what view is this? 

Superior


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Name the basic anatomical structures of teeth labeled

1  Crown

2  Root

3  Enamel

4 Dentine

and what is the term for the pointed or peaked areas on the occlusal surface of some teeth? 

Cusp


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Name the features the letter is on or closest to:

A)  Zygomatic process

B)  Styloid process 

C)  Foramen Magnum

D) Nuchal crest

E)  Occipital Condyle

F)  Mastoid


Match the letter with the bone structure.

Fill in the names of the components of gross internal anatomy of bone:

1  Epiphysis 

2  Diaphysis 

4  Medullary cavity 

5 Cortical bone 

6  Periosteum 

7 Growth plate 

9 Trabecular bone 


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Name the bones:

A)  Mandible

B)  Zygomatic bone 

C)  Frontal bone 

D)  Nasal bone 

E)  Maxilla


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Name the bone. 

Hyoid bone 

Name the features:

A)  Bbody of hyoid 

B) Lesser horn

C) Greater horn


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Name the bone highlighted in green [bone].

Hyoid bone 


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Name the sutures: 

A)  Lambdoid 

B) Sagittal

Name the bones:

C)  Parietal

D)  Occipital

E)  Hyoid

In anatomical terms, what view is this? 

Dorsal 


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Name the bones:

A) Mandible

B) Maxilla

C) Zygomatic bone 

D) Lacrimal 

E ) Nasal

F ) Frontal

G) Sphenoid

H) Temporal

I) Parietal

J) Occipital


The acromion is __________ to the ribs.  

Lateral – correct

Medial 


The carpals are __________ to the thumb (pollex).

(Select all that apply).  

Inferior   

Proximal – correct

Medial   

Superior – correct 


In standard anatomical position, the sacrum is _________ to the sternum.

(Select all that apply).  

Dorsal – correct

Posterior – correct

Superior   

Medial  


The nasal bones are  ________ to the maxilla.

(Select all that apply).  

Cranial – correct

Anterior   

Superior – correct

Inferior 


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The anatomical plane noted as B in the diagram is called the ______ plane, which divides the body into right and left halves

sagittal 


The nasal bones are  ________ to the ears.  

Lateral   

Medial – correct


The abdominal region is ________ to the thoracic region.

(Select all that apply).  

Inferior – correct

Superior   

Medial   

Caudal – correct


The sternum is _________ relative to the vertebral column.

(Select all that apply).  

Anterior – correct

Ventral – correct

Inferior   

Superior 


The lumbar vertebrae are ________ to the cervical vertebrae.

(Select all that apply).  

Inferior – correct

Superior   

Posterior   

Caudal – correct


When studying teeth, _____ refers to the surface of the tooth that is nearest the midline

mesial 


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This skeleton is in anatomical position.  

True – correct

False 

Explanation 
This skeleton IS in anatomical position with the palms of the hands facing up and the thumbs pointing out. In this position the radius and ulna are not crossed.

The hand is __________ to the shoulder.

(Select all that apply).  

Superior   

Distal – correct

Anterior   

Inferior – correct


When studying teeth, _____ refers to the surface of the tooth that is farthest from the midline.

distal


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This skeleton is in anatomical position.  

True   

False – correct

Explanation
This skeleton is NOT in anatomical position because the right hand is not palm up and the radius is crossed over the ulna.

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