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Which bone ends up disassociated in a tripod fx?
Zygoma
Which bone forms the superior portion of the bony nasal septum?
Ethmoid
What is the function of the conchae or turbinates in the nasal cavity?
Divide nasal fossae into compartments so incoming air can be warmed, filtered, and moistened
Which bones form the roof of the orbit?
Frontal
Which bones form the floor of the orbit?
Maxillary, zygoma
Which bones form the Medial wall of the orbit?
Ethmoid, lacrimal
Which bones form the lateral wall of the orbit?
Zygoma, sphenoid
Which part of the orbit is involved in a blowout fracture?
floor
On which imaging plane would you be able to see all four rectus muscles of the eye?
Coronal
Which paranasal sinus would appear first on a CT image of hte face done coronal A to P
Frontal
Which sinuses are largest?
Maxillary
The first sinuses to develop are?
Maxillary
The function of sinuses are to
lighten head, give resonance to voice