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hard palate, front part - what bone?
maxilla
upper toothrow - what bone?
maxilla
incisive fossa - what bone?
maxilla
hard palate, back part - what bone?
palatine
greater palatine foramen - what bone?
palatine
medial and lateral pterygoid plates - what bone?
sphenoid
foramen ovale - what bone?
sphenoid
foramen spinosum - what bone?
sphenoid
foramen lacerum - what boneS?
-sphenoid
-temporal
-occipital
zygomatic process - what bone?
temporal
mandibular fossa - what bone?
temporal
external auditory meatus - what bone?
temporal
mastoid process - what bone?
temporal
styloid process - what bone?
temporal
stylomyoid fossa - what bone?
temporal
carotid canal - what bone?
temporal
jugular fossa - what boneS?
-temporal
-occipital
phanyngeal tubercle - what bone?
occipital
hypoglossal canal - what bone?
occipital
occipital condyle - what bone?
occipital
foramen magnum - what bone?
occipital
condylar canal - what bone?
occipital
external occipital crest - what bone?
occipital
superior and inferior nuchal lines - what bone?
occipital
external occipital protuberance - what bone?
occipital
frontal crest - what bone?
frontal
frontal crest - partial attachment of?
falx cerebri
sagittal sulcus - what boneS?
-frontal
-temporal
sagittal sulcus - associated with?
superior sagittal sinus
depressions for arachnoid granulations - what boneS?
-frontal
-temporal
depressions for arachnoid granulations - areas of absorbtion for what?
CSF - cerebral spinal fluid
orbital plates - what bone?
frontal
orbital plates - floor of what?
anterior cranial fossa
crista galli - what bone?
ethmoid
crista galli - attatchment for?
falx cerebri
superior and middle conchae - what bone?
ethmoid
cribiform plate - what bone?
ethmoid
cribiform plate - what nerve passes?
olfactory n (CN1)
perpendicular plate - what bone?
ethmoid
perpendicular plate - forms what?
upper part of nasal septum
greater and lesser wings - what bone?
sphenoid
greater and lesser wings - make up the margins of what?
superior orbital fissure
greater wings - form part of what?
bony orbit
anterior clinoid process - what bone?
sphenoid
optic canal - what bone?
sphenoid
optic canal - transmits what?
optic n (CN2)
superior orbital fissue - what bone?
sphenoid
superior orbital fissue - what passes though?
-CN3
-CN4
-CN5I
-CN6
foramen rotundum - what bone?
sphenoid
foramen rotundum - what passes through?
CN5II
foramen ovale - what bone?
sphenoid
foramen ovale - what passes through?
CN5III
foramen spinosum - what bone?
spehnoid
foramen spinosum - what passes through, and why?
middle meningeal vessels
-to gain access to the epidural space
middle meningeal a. - explain it's branching
external carotid a - maxillary a - middle meningeal a
sella turcica - what bone?
spehnoid
sella turcica - deepest part called?
hypophyseal fossa
sella turcica - houses what?
hypophysis (pituitary gland)
grooves for the middle meningeal vessels - what bone?
parietal
nasofrontal duct - allows communication between, and is an example of what?
frontal sinus and nasal sinus
-aperture
anterior fossa - what is it?
the orbital surfaces of the frontal lobes rest on the orbital plates of the frontal bone
middle fossa - what rests within?
inferior aspect of temporal lobes
middle fossa - what "holes" lie within?
-superior orbital fissue
-foramen rotundum
-foramen ovale
-foramen spinosum
-foramen lacerum
cavernous sinus - location?
middle fossa
trigeminal ganglion - location?
middle fossa
psterior fossa - what rests within?
-cerebellum
-lower parts of brainstem (medulla and pons)
cerebellum - what forms a roof over it, and what does it do?
tentorium cerebelli
-separates it from overlying occipital lobes
internal acoustic meatus - located in which fossa?
posterior fossa
hypoglossal canal - located in which fossa?
posterior fossa
jugular foramen - located in which fossa?
posterior fossa
jugular foramen - what empties into the internal jugular v here?
sigmoid sinus
foramen magnum - located in which fossa?
posterior fossa
cranial vault - what lines the bones in this, and what is this layer called?
dura mater
-periosteal layer
dural reflextions - name them
-falx cerebri
-tentorium cerebelli
falx cerebri - what does it separate?
cerebral hemispheres
tentorium cerebelli - what does it lie posterior to?
brainstem
venous sinuses - name them
-superior sagittal sinus
-inferior sagittal sinus
-straight sinus
-transverse sinusES
-sigmoid sinusES
superior sagittal sinus - what is associated with it?
arachnoid granulations
arachnoid granulations - pouch in the sinus from the _______, and so allow ________ to move from the subarachnoid space to the venous system. what is this mechanism for?
-subarachnoid space
-cerebral spinal fluid
-absorbtion of CSF
straight sinus - receives blood from?
-inferior sagittal sinus
-great cerebral v
transverse sinuses - drain blood from what?
-sagittal sinuses
-straight sinuses
-occipital sinus
sigmoid sinus - recieves blood from where? drains blood into where?
-transverse sinues
-internal jugular vv
brain - what arteries supply it?
-vertebral aa
-internal carotid aa
vertebral aa - join at the junction of ____ and ____ to form the _____ artery.
-medulla
-pons
-basilar a
arterial circle of willis - where is it located, and what forms it?
-base of the brain
-vertebrobasilar system & internal carotid system
vertebrobasilar system and internal carotid system form what in the brain?
arterial circle of Willis