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K-TYPE QUESTIONS

a. 1, 2, and 3 are correct

b. 1 and 3 are correct

c. 2 and 4 are correct

d. 4 is correct

f. all are correct

251.Structures passing through the stylomastoid foramen include


  1. the chorda typani

  2. the lesser petrosal nerve

  3. the hypoglossal nerve

  4. the main motor portion of the facial nerve

252.Motions of the head include nodding (as in the affirmative) and turning the head from side to side (as in the negative)



  1. nodding the head involves the atlanto-axial joint

  2. turning the head side to side involves the atlanto-occipital joints

  3. the dens is part of the atlas

  4. the atlas is able to rotate around the dens

253.Which of the following muscles is/are innervated by the pharyngeal plexus?



  1. middle constrictor

  2. tensor veli palatini

  3. salpingopharygeus

  4. internal (medial) pterygoid

254.Choose the best response



  1. autonomic motor nerves always contain a two neuron chain

  2. nerves III, V, VII, IX, and X contain parasympathetic preganglionic fibers where they are leaving the brain

  3. the pterygopalatine ganglion has some sensory nerve fibers running through it

  4. the optic nerve (II) contains parasympathetic fibers

255.Choose the best response



  1. the facial nerve, as it descends through the facial canal is entirely motor in funtion

  2. the facial nerve leaves the skull through the stylomastoid foramen

  3. the foramen spinosum is so called because it is near the styloid process

  4. the zygomatic bone articulates with 4 other bones in the skull

256.The following is/are true

1. intervertebral disks are found between all cervical vertebrae

2. intervertebral disks are found between all thoracic vertebrae

3. intervertebral disks are found between all sacral vertebrae

4. herniation of an intervertebral disk usually occurs on the posterior side of the disk


257.All synovial joints possess

1. a synovial lining

2. a joint space

3. a joint capsule

4. an articular disk
258.The following strap muscles of the neck are innervated by the ansa cervicalis

1. omohyoid

2. sternohyoid

3. sternothyroid

4. thyrohyoid
259.The internal jugular vein directly receives the following tributaries

1. facial vein (common facial vein)

2. superficial temporal vein

3. inferior petrosal sinus

4. superior petrosal sinus
260.At the level of C5 or C6 the carotid sheath contains

1. the internal jugular vein

2. common carotid artery

3. vagus nerve

4. sympathetic trunk
261.The following statement(s) is/are correct

1. the lingual artery usually passes deep to the posterior border of the hyoglossus muscle

2. the facial vein passes deep to the submandibular veins

3. the submandibular duct lies lateral to the hyoglossus muscle in the floor of the mouth

4. the mylohyoid nerve lies on the superior surface of the mylohyoid muscle
262.The cerebrospinal fluid is normally found in the

1. epidural space

2. subarachnoid space

3. subdural space

4. ventricles of the vein
263.The cranial nerve(s) attaching to the medulla is/are

1. hypoglossal

2. glosssopharyngeal

3. vagus


4. facial
264. Which statements is/are correct?

1. the crista galli is a part of the ethmoid bone

2. the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone lies directly behind the vomer

3. the crista galli lies above the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone

4. the squamous part of the temporal bone lies directly behind and articulates with the lesser wing of the sphenoid
265. Which statements is/are correct?

1. the anterior clinoid processes are parts of the lesser wing of the sphenoid bone

2 the anterior end of the falx cerebri lies just in front of the crista galli

3. the posterior clinoid processes are connected to the tentorium cerebelli

4. of the meningeal arteries the middle meningeal artery supplies the greatest territory
266. Which statements is/are correct?

1. the chorda tympani hitch-hikes a ride on the inferior alveolar nerve

2. the superior alveolar nerves are branches of the infraorbital nerve or of the maxillary nerve

3. the stylomandibular ligament is attached to the lingula of the mandible

4. cranial nerve IX contains some taste fibers
267. Which statements is/are correct?

1. the masseter muscle is innervated by a branch of V-3

2. the internal (medial) pterygoid muscle arises from the medial pterygoid plate

3. the styloglossus muscle serves in retracting the tongue

4. all muscles whose names end in –glossus are innervated by cranial nerve XII
268. Which statement is/are correct?

1. the posterior ethmoidal nerve is a branch of the nasociliary nerve

2, the lacrimal nerve lies medial to the frontal nerve

3. the external nasal nerve is a continuation or a branch of the nasociliary nerve

4. the creater occipital nerve is a branch of the ansa cervicalis
269. The carotid sheath and its contents may be safely retracted as a unit during surgical procedures of the neck. The contents of the carotid sheath include all the following structures EXCEPT:


  1. common carotid artery

  2. internal carotid artery

  3. internal jugular vein

  4. sympathetic trunk

  5. vagus nerve

270. Which of the following is NOT formed from the cervical plexus?



  1. greater occipital nerve

  2. ansa cervicalis

  3. supraclavicular nerve

  4. transverse cervical nerve

  5. greater auricular nerve

271. The retromandibular vein is formed by the junction of the maxillary vein and the:



  1. facial vein

  2. middle temporal vein

  3. transverse facial vein

  4. posterior auricular vein

  5. superficial temporal vein

272. The pterygomandibular raphe is an essentially vertical line of connective tissue indicating the plane of interconnection of the buccinator and the:



  1. palatoglossal muscle

  2. palatopharyngeal muscle

  3. superior pharyngeal constrictor muscle

  4. middle pharyngeal constrictor muscle

  5. inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle

273. The following veins and/or dural venous sinuses may drain directly into the cavernous sinus except:



  1. ophthalmic veins

  2. superior petrosal sinus

  3. superior sagittal sinus

  4. pterygoid plexus of veins

  5. inferior petrosal sinus

274. The following statements are true of the transverse sinuses except:



  1. They drain into sigmoid sinuses.

  2. The right often drains primarily the superior sagittal sinus.

  3. The confluence of sinuses joins these with the straight sinus.

  4. They contain valves that help direct the blood flow.

  5. The left often drains primarily the straight sinus (& great cerebral vein)

275. The following statements concerning the falx cerebri are true EXCEPT:



  1. It arises from the crista galli of the ethmoid bone.

  2. It lies between the right and left cerebral hemispheres.

  3. It contains the superior sagittal sinus.

  4. It fuses with the tentorium cerebelli in the region of the inferior sagittal dural venous sinus.

  5. It is a fold of dura mater.

276. Five pairs of muscles contribute to the structure of the soft palate. Which statement is incorrect?



  1. The fan shaped tendons of the tensor veli palatini forms the palatal aponeurosis.

  2. The tendons of the tensor veli palatini hook around the pterygoid hamulus on each side.

  3. The levator veli palatini passes between the base of the skull and the superior fibers of the superior pharyngeal constrictors.

  4. The palatoglossi form the anterior pillars of the tonsillar fossa.

  5. The palatopharyngeus muscles attach to the hyoid bone.

277. The tissues of the hard and soft palate receive innervation that is described by all of the following except:



  1. parasympathetic fibers arrive by way of the lesser petrosal nerve

  2. sympathetic fibers arrive by way of the deep petrosal nerve

  3. afferent neuron cell bodies are in the trigeminal ganglion

  4. the greater and lesser palatine nerves descend in the palatine canal

  5. the anterior portion of the hard palate is supplied by the nasopalatine nerves

278. Which of the following arteries does not accompany its corresponding named nerve throughout most of its course?



  1. infraorbital

  2. greater palatine

  3. inferior alveolar

  4. posterior superior alveolar

  5. lingual

279. Failure of the lateral palatine processes to fuse across the midline produces:



  1. an oblique facial cleft

  2. an unclosed or defective nasolacrimal duct

  3. a simple midline cleft (true hare lip)

  4. a simple unilateral cleft lip

  5. a simple cleft of the secondary palate

280. A cleft involving the lip and dental arch (alveolar ridge) is produced by fusion failure between the:



  1. mandibular and maxillary processes

  2. median (medial) nasal and maxillary processes

  3. lateral nasal and maxillary processes

  4. right and left maxillary processes

  5. right and left lateral palatine processes




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E




41

C




81

C




121

C

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42

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82

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122

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83

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123

D

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44

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84

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125

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46

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86

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130

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11

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91

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131

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52

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92

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13

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53

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93

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133

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14

A




54

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94

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134

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55

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95

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135

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56

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96

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136

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57

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97

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60

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100

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61

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101

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102

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63

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143

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64

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104

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144

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105

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66

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109

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152

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73

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114

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79

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40

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80

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120

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