Test 1
1. The bones of the skull:
a. unite at mobile joints called sutures. 

b. is covered on the outer surface by periosteum. 

c. is all paired. 

d. all contain air sinuses 

e. continue to grow after puberty 

2. The middle cranial fossa:
a. is bounded anteriorly by the greater wing of the sphenoid 

b. transmits the spinal part of the 11th cranial nerve via the foramen 

c. houses the pituitary gland in the sella turcica 

d. contains the optic canal that transmits the optic nerve and the 
    ophthalmic artery to the orbit 

e. is bounded posteriorly by the petrous parts of the temporal bone 


3. The cavernous sinus:
a. is related superiorly to the pituitary gland 

b. carries in its lateral walls the 3 divisions of the trigeminal nerve 

c. if thrombosed can be associated with pupil dilatation 

d. is continuous with the ophthalmic vein 

e. is associated with cranial nerves III, IV & VI within its lateral 

4. The paranasal sinuses:

a.  number 8 in total 

b. do not affect vocal resonance 

c. are most sensitive at their ostia 

d. grow at their fastest in the first year after birth 

e. in particular the maxillary, are prone to infection 

5. The eyebrows:

a. have no other function except to assist in facial expression 

b. are supplied by frontalis, orbicularis oculi & corrugator supercilli 

c. drain to the retropharyngeal lymph nodes 

d. are supplied by branches of the facial artery 

e. have sensory innervation from the ophthalmic division of trigeminal 

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