Flashcards of Head and Neck Anatomy (Unit 1)

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What Content Passes through Foramen Cecum?
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Emissary vein

Floor of the Middle Cranial Fossa is formed by which Bone?
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Petrous Temporal Bone

What Content Passes through Optic Canal?
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Optic Nerve (II) and Ophthalmic Artery.

What Content Passes through Mental Foramen?
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Mental Nerve, Artery, and Vein

What Content Passes through Internal Acoustic Meatus?
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VII and VIII Nerves

What Content Passes through Jugular Foramen?
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IJV, Glossopharyngeal (IX), Vagus (X), and Spinal Accessory (XI) Nerves

Middle Meningeal Artery exits through which Foramen?
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Foramen Spinosum

What Content Passes through Stylomastoid Foramen?
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Facial Nerve (VII)

What Content Passes through Mandibular Foramen?
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Inferior Alveolar Nerve, Artery and Vein

What Content Passes through Lesser Palatine Foramen?
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Lesser Palatine Nerve, Artery and Vein

What Content Passes through Incisive Canal?
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Nasopalatine Nerve

Name the Bones that Form Posterior Cranial Fossa?
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Squamous and Mastoid portion of Temporal Bones and Occipital Bone.

What Content Passes through Infraorbital Foramen?
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Infraorbital Nerve (V2), Artery, and Vein

What Content Passes through Petrotympanic Fissure?
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Chorda Tympani, Anterior Tympanic Artery

What Content Passes through Greater Palatine Foramen?
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Greater Palatine Nerve, Artery and Vein

What Content Passes through Foramen Rotundum?
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Maxillary Nerve

Weakest part of the Skull is?
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Pterion

What Content Passes through Superior Orbital Fissure?
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Oculomotor (III), Trochlear (IV), Abducens (VI), Trigeminal (V1–Lacrimal, Frontal, and Nasociliary nerves), and Superior Ophthalmic Vein

What Content Passes through Inferior Orbital Fissure?
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V2, Infraorbital vessels, Ascending branches of Sphenopalatine ganglion

Which Bone separates Middle and Posterior Cranial Fossae?
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Petrous Temporal Bone

Name the Bones that Form Anterior Cranial Fossa?
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Orbital plates of the Frontal Bone, Cribriform Plates of the Ethmoid Bone, and Small Wings of the Sphenoid Bone.

Name the Bones that Form Middle Cranial Fossa?
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Greater Wings of the Sphenoid Bone and Petrous and Squamous portions of the Temporal bones.

What Content Passes through Foramen Spinosum?
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Middle Meningeal Artery and Vein

There are How may unpaired bones of the Neurocranium?
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4 (Ethmoid, Sphenoid, Frontal, Occipital)

What Content Passes through Foramen Magnum?
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Medulla Oblongata/Spinal Cord, Vertebral Arteries, Spinal Accessory Nerve

Middle Meningeal Artery is located in which part of Cranial Fossa?
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Middle Cranial Fossa

What Content Passes through Foramen Lacerum?
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Greater and Deep Petrosal Nerve and Parasympathetic Fbers from CN VII via Nervus Intermedius

What Content Passes through Foramen Ovale?
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Mandibule Nerve, Parasympathetic fibers from CN IX via Lesser Petrosal Nerve, Accessory Meningeal Artery

What Content Passes through Supraorbital Foramen?
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Supraorbital Nerve, Artery and Vein

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