Anatomy Lab Part 2

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Eyes, Head and Neck

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Calvarium

Comprised of the frontal, occipital, and 2 parietal bones

<p>Comprised of the frontal, occipital, and 2 parietal bones</p>
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Cranial Base is comprised of what bones?

Frontal, sphenoid, ethmoid, occipital, parietal and temporal

<p>Frontal, sphenoid, ethmoid, occipital, parietal and temporal</p>
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Facial cranium is formed by what bones?

Zygomatic (2), lacrimal (2), nasal (2), inferior nasal conchae (2), palatine (2), maxilla (2), vomer, mandible

<p>Zygomatic (2), lacrimal (2), nasal (2), inferior nasal conchae (2), palatine (2), maxilla (2), vomer, mandible</p>
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Frontal fontanelle

Junction of coronal and saggital sutures

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Occipital fontanelle

Junction of Sagittal and lambdoid sutures

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Coronal suture

Junction between the frontal and parietal bones

<p>Junction between the frontal and parietal bones</p>
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<p>Identify these sutures</p>

Identify these sutures

Sagittal (vertical) Lambdoid (horizontal)

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<p>Identify these sutures</p>

Identify these sutures

Top coronal suture Squamous suture

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<p>Identify these spaces</p>

Identify these spaces

Top to bottom: Anterior cranial fossa Middle cranial fossa Posterior cranial fossa

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<p>Identify these sinuses</p>

Identify these sinuses

Answers

<p>Answers</p>
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<p>Identify bones</p>

Identify bones

1- frontal 2-parietal 3-lacrimal 4-zygomatic 5-mandible 6-maxilla 7-palatine 8-nasal 9-ethmoid 10-temporal 11-sphenoid

<p>1- frontal 2-parietal 3-lacrimal 4-zygomatic 5-mandible 6-maxilla 7-palatine 8-nasal 9-ethmoid 10-temporal 11-sphenoid</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1- frontal sinus 2- ethmoid sinus 3-maxillary sinus 4-sphenoid sinus

<p>1- frontal sinus 2- ethmoid sinus 3-maxillary sinus 4-sphenoid sinus</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Foremen spinosum

<p>Foremen spinosum</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Foremen magnum

<p>Foremen magnum</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Foremen Ovale

<p>Foremen Ovale</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Jugular foramen

<p>Jugular foramen</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Foramen lacerum

<p>Foramen lacerum</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Foramen rotundum

<p>Foramen rotundum</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Optic canal CN II

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Cribriform plate CN I

<p>Cribriform plate CN I</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1-cribriform plate 2-optic canal 3- superior orbital fissure 4- foramen rotundum 5-foramen ovale 6-Internal acoustic meats 7-Jugular foramen 8- hypoglossal canal 9-foramen magnum

<p>1-cribriform plate 2-optic canal 3- superior orbital fissure 4- foramen rotundum 5-foramen ovale 6-Internal acoustic meats 7-Jugular foramen 8- hypoglossal canal 9-foramen magnum</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Internal acoustic meatus

<p>Internal acoustic meatus</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Superior orbital fissure

<p>Superior orbital fissure</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Hypoglossal canal

<p>Hypoglossal canal</p>
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<p>What is circled in blue?</p>

What is circled in blue?

Entrance to pterygopalatine fossa

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<p>What is pictured in green?</p>

What is pictured in green?

Pterygopalatine fossa

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Infratemporal fossa

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1- V1 Ophthalmic 2- V2 maxillary 3- V3 mandiblular

<p>1- V1 Ophthalmic 2- V2 maxillary 3- V3 mandiblular</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Blue- greater palatine foramen Red- lesser palatine foramen (Where each of the nerves surfaces and serves the palate)

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Internal carotid arteries

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<p>Identify this artery</p>

Identify this artery

Middle meningeal artery

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Facial nerve

CN VII, goes through internal auditory meatus

<p>CN VII, goes through internal auditory meatus</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1-mueller’s muscle 2- tarsal plate 3- meibomian glands 4- muscle of Riolan 5-orbicularis oculi 6-aponeurosis or levator muscle 7- gland of moll 8- Zeis gland

<p>1-mueller’s muscle 2- tarsal plate 3- meibomian glands 4- muscle of Riolan 5-orbicularis oculi 6-aponeurosis or levator muscle 7- gland of moll 8- Zeis gland</p>
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<p>Identify layers of cornea</p>

Identify layers of cornea

1-Epithelium 2-Bowman’s layer 3- stroma 4-Descemet’s membrane 5- endothelium

<p>1-Epithelium 2-Bowman’s layer 3- stroma 4-Descemet’s membrane 5- endothelium</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1-inner nuclear layer 2-outer plexiform layer 3-outer nuclear layer 4- pigmented epithelium 5-choroid 6-sclera 7-lamina vitrea

<p>1-inner nuclear layer 2-outer plexiform layer 3-outer nuclear layer 4- pigmented epithelium 5-choroid 6-sclera 7-lamina vitrea</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1-inner limiting membrane 2-nerve fiber layer 3- ganglion cell layer 4-inner plexiform layer 5- external limiting membrane

<p>1-inner limiting membrane 2-nerve fiber layer 3- ganglion cell layer 4-inner plexiform layer 5- external limiting membrane</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Laminate fusca

<p>Laminate fusca</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1- Settler’s layer 2- Halley’s layer 3- choriocapillaries

<p>1- Settler’s layer 2- Halley’s layer 3- choriocapillaries</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1-sclera 2- lamina fusca 3- Baller’s layer 4- settler’s layer 5- choriocapillaries 6- brunch’s membrane 7- RPE

<p>1-sclera 2- lamina fusca 3- Baller’s layer 4- settler’s layer 5- choriocapillaries 6- brunch’s membrane 7- RPE</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1- cornea 2- canal of schlemm 3- trabecular meshwork 4- iris 5- scleral spur 6- major circle of the iris 7- ciliary process 8- limbus 9- sclera 10- epichoroidal stars

<p>1- cornea 2- canal of schlemm 3- trabecular meshwork 4- iris 5- scleral spur 6- major circle of the iris 7- ciliary process 8- limbus 9- sclera 10- epichoroidal stars</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1- schlemm’s canal 2- anterior chamber 3- posterior chamber *- supraciliary space —> lumen of major circle of the iris

<p>1- schlemm’s canal 2- anterior chamber 3- posterior chamber *- supraciliary space —&gt; lumen of major circle of the iris</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1- cornea 2- trabecular meshwork 3- sclera 4- ciliary muscle 5- ciliary body stroma

<p>1- cornea 2- trabecular meshwork 3- sclera 4- ciliary muscle 5- ciliary body stroma</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Iris

<p>Iris</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

LL- lacrimal lake ILP- inferior lacrimal punctum

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

P- pelican semilunaris C- caruncle —> puncta

<p>P- pelican semilunaris C- caruncle —&gt; puncta</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1- grey line 2- Meibomian gland orifices 3- lash line

<p>1- grey line 2- Meibomian gland orifices 3- lash line</p>
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<p>Identify green, purple, and yellow areas</p>

Identify green, purple, and yellow areas

Green- pupillary ruff Purple- collarette Yellow- crypts of fuchs

<p>Green- pupillary ruff Purple- collarette Yellow- crypts of fuchs</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1-Ora seratta 2- pars plans 3- pars plicata

<p>1-Ora seratta 2- pars plans 3- pars plicata</p>
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<p>Identify the asterisk area</p>

Identify the asterisk area

Pars plana

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1- LPCA 2- Inferior Oblique

<p>1- LPCA 2- Inferior Oblique</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

1-vortex veins 2- SPCA 3- LPCA

<p>1-vortex veins 2- SPCA 3- LPCA</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

SC- schlemm’s canal SS- scleral spur SL- schwalbe’s line (edge of descemet’s membrane)

<p>SC- schlemm’s canal SS- scleral spur SL- schwalbe’s line (edge of descemet’s membrane)</p>
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What runs through the foramen rotundum?

CN V2

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What runs through foramen ovale?

CN V3

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What runs through foramen spinosum?

middle meningeal artery, nerves

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What runs through foramen lacerum?

deep petrosal nerve, internal carotid artery

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What runs through optic canal?

CN 2

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What runs through jugular foramen?

CN 9, 10, and 11

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What runs through internal acoustic meatus?

CN 7 and 8

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What runs through hypoglossal canal?

CN 12

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What runs through foramen magnum?

spinal cord, medulla, CN11, spinal artery and vein

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What runs through cribriform plate?

CN1

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The maxillary nerve runs through what hole?

foramen rotundum

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Brunch’s membrane

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

See picture

<p>See picture</p>
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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Mullers muscle

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Glands of Moll

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Goblet cells in fornix

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

RPE

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<p>Identify</p>

Identify

Left- lens capsule Right- zonular fibers

<p>Left- lens capsule Right- zonular fibers</p>

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