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Question 1

The tibia ________.

A
is not a weight-bearing bone
B
is firmly anchored to the fibula by an interosseous membrane
C
can be palpated (felt) under the skin only at its proximal and distal ends
D
has an expanded distal end called the lateral malleolus
Question 2

Inflammation in the sinus of which bone (sinusitis) can cause pain or pressure behind the eyes, but often refers to the skull vertex (top of the head), over the mastoid processes, or the back of the head?

A
temporal bone (os temporale)
B
sphenoid bone (os sphenoidale)
C
occipital bone (os occipitale)
D
parietal bone (os parietale)
E
zygomatic bone (os zygomaticum
Question 3

Choose the vertebra that has fovea dentis?

A
XII thoracicae
B
I thoracicae
C
I cervicalis
D
II cervicalis
E
III cervicalis
Question 4

The pelvis ________.

A
consists of the two hip bones, but does not include the sacrum or coccyx
B
has a subpubic angle that is larger in females
C
has an obturator foramen, an opening that is defined in part by the sacrospinous and sacrotuberous ligaments
D
has a space located inferior to the pelvic brim called the greater pelvis
Question 5

What is the location of the processus articularis vertebrae lumbales?

A
Sagittalis
B
Inter frontalis et horizontalis
C
Frontalis
D
Inter sagittalis et frontalis
E
Horizontalis
Question 6

Name the bone that has the zygomatic process and alveolar process.

A
The occipital bone (os occipital)
B
The ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale).
C
The mandible (mandible).
D
The maxilla (maxilla)
E
The temporal bone (os frontale)
Question 7

How many vertebrae does columna vertebralis contain?

A
31-40
B
34-36
C
30-32
D
35-38
E
33-34
Question 8

Name the bone that has crista galli.

A
The sphenoid bone (os sphenoidale)
B
The parietal bone (os parietale)
C
The ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale)
D
The frontal bone (os frontale)
E
The occipital bone (os occipitale)
Question 9

A child fractured his humerus. The broken arm showed decreased growth (compared with his second arm). Which part of the bone was affected?

A
diaphysis
B
metaphysis
C
medullary canal
D
apophysis
E
epiphysis
Question 10

What is the specific feature of the first cervical vertebra?

A
Massive transverse process connects with the whole lateral aspect of its pedicle
B
It has long and easily felt non-bifid spine
C
It comes into relationship with the descending aorta and is a little flattened by it on its left flank
D
It has no body
E
It bears the dens (odontoid process) on the superior aspect of its body
Question 11

The girl, 12 years, with long-term inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nasal cavity has symptoms of sphenoid sinus inflammation. Through which anatomic structure did inflammation spread into this sinus?

A
Hiatus semilunaris.
B
Foramen of sphenoid bone.
C
Round foramen.
D
Oval foramen.
E
Sphenopalatine foramen.
Question 12

X-ray of a patient showed the destruction and increase of Turkish saddle because of pituitary tumors. Which bone cavity was destroyed?

A
Canalis caroticus
B
Canalis facialis
C
Sinus of sphenoid bone
D
Tympanic cavity
E
Canalis opticus
Question 13

A 62 years old man got an injured of the lumbar part of the vertebral column. The X-ray revealed a fracture of processes of the III lumbar vertebra which are located in the sagittal  plane. What processes of this vertebrae are the located in the sagittal plane?

A
Spinous and costal processes
B
Spinous and inferior articular processes
C
Superior articular and mastoid processes
D
Superior inferior articular and spinous processes
E
Mastoid and spinous processes
Question 14

What structure contributes to the knee joint?

A
lateral epicondyle of the femur
B
medial condyle of the tibia
C
lateral malleolus of the fibula
D
tibial tuberosity
Question 15

What is the total number of bones found in the foot and toes?

A
26
B
14
C
30
D
7
Question 16

What is the bone that does not form the orbit?

A
Palatine bone
B
The temporal bone
C
Maxilla
D
The ethmoid bone
E
The frontal bone
Question 17

A man, 27 years old, after eye injury arose inflammation of the soft tissues of the orbit. Later the inflammation spread in the pterygopalatine fossa. Through which anatomic structure did purulent process spread into this fossa?

A
Through fissura orbitalis superior.
B
Throght oval foramen.
C
Through foramen zygomaticoorbitale.
D
Through fissura orbitalis inferior.
E
Through sphenopalatine foramen.
Question 18

What vertebra does have tuberculum caroticum?

A
II cervicalis
B
I thoracicae
C
VI cervicalis
D
V cervicalis
E
VII cervicalis
Question 19

Choose bone does not belong to the viscerocranium:

A
Maxilla
B
Temporal bone
C
Lacrimal bone
D
Palatine bone
E
Zygomatic bones
Question 20

Choose vertebrae with one full fovea costalis on the corpus?

A
TI, TX, TXI, TXII
B
TI, TXI, TXII
C
TI, TII, TXI, TXII
D
TI, TXII
E
CVI, CVII, TI, TXII
Question 21

After the plastic surgery of the palatinum of boy, 12 years old, there was complication as inflammation of the bone, located in the area of Lesser palatine foramina (foramina palatina minora). What bone was inflammated?

A
Frontal bone (os frontale).
B
Maxilla.
C
Palatinum bone (os palatinum).
D
Ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale).
E
Sphenoid bone (os sphenoidale).
Question 22

X-ray showed the intraarticular fracture of the proximal epiphysis of the humerus. What  the structure of the humerus is damaged?

A
Caput humeri
B
Crista tuberculi minor
C
Tuberculum minor
D
Collum chirurgicum
E
Crista tuberculi major
Question 23

Choose the structure that the palatine bone and the upper jaw form.

A
The nasal cavity
B
The structures of the middle and inner ears
C
The orbital floor
D
The posterior portion of the zygomatic arch
E
The nasal conchae and nasal meatus
Question 24

Choose structures that surround the foramen vertebrale

A
Processus articularis superior and processus articularis inferior
B
Pedicles and lamina
C
Corpus and arcus
D
Discus intervertebrales
E
Corpus and lamina arcus vertebrae
Question 25

Choose the bones that contain large cavities – sinuses:

A
Mandible
B
Frontal bone
C
Palatine bone
D
Parietal bone
E
Occipital bone
Question 26

What bone does not articulate maxilla?

A
Sphenoid bone
B
Frontal bone
C
Nasal bone
D
Ethmoid bone
E
Palatine bone
Question 27

In a patient, a pus is accumulated within infratemporal fossa. Which of the following openings it might be spread into orbit through?

A
foramen lacerum
B
foramen supraorbital
C
superior orbital fissure
D
foramen infraorbital
E
inferior orbital fissure
Question 28

А patient had trepanation and curettage of temporal bone cells (due to) purulent inflammation which moved from the middle ear. On which process the surgery was done?

A
Processus zygomaticus
B
Processus pterygoideus
C
Processus mastoideus
D
Processus jugularis
E
Processus styloideus
Question 29

Continue the sentence: Styloid process …

A
houses the structures of the middle and inner ears.
B
forms temporomandibular joint, which allows for movements of the mandible during opening and closing of the mouth.
C
forms the posterior portion of the zygomatic arch.
D
serves as a muscle attachment site.
E
serves as an attachment site for several small muscles and for a ligament that supports the hyoid bone of the neck.
Question 30

Choose structures that form arcus vertebrae

A
Pedicles and lamina
B
Discus intervertebrales
C
Processus articularis superior and processus articularis inferior
D
Corpus and lamina arcus vertebrae
E
Corpus and arcus
Question 31

Choose structures that surround the vertebral canal

A
Pedicles and lamina
B
Corpus and arcus
C
Discus intervertebrales
D
Corpus and lamina arcus vertebrae
E
Processus articularis superior and processus articularis inferior
Question 32

Choose two terms related to the distance of a structure from the surface of the body

A
Proximalis and distalis
B
Profundus and superficialis
C
Anterior (ventralis) and posterior (dorsalis) parts
D
Cranialis (superior) and caudalis (inferior) parts
E
Dexter et sinister parts
Question 33

Infraorbital canal is in ______

A
Mandible
B
Temporal bone
C
Sphenoid bone
D
Nasal bone
E
Maxilla
Question 34

In the surgical department was delivered a man, 22 years old, with gunshot wound of the head. It was established damage of the collum mandibulae. Which process of mandible is damaged?

A
Lingula of mandible (lingula mandibulae).
B
Inferior mental (spina mentalis inferior).
C
Superior mental spine (spina mentalis superior).
D
Condylar process (processus condylaris).
E
Coronoid process (processus coronoideus).
Question 35

Woman, 35 years old, came to the doctor complaining about complications of nasal breathing. After the examination, the doctor found a distortion of the bone that almost forms the posterior inferior part of the nasal septum. What bone is distorted?

A
Zygomatic bone (os zygomaticum).
B
Maxilla.
C
Mandibula.
D
Vomer.
E
Palatinum bone (os palatinum).
Question 36

Find the structures of pelvis minor from lateral sides?

A
Ossa ischii
B
Rami ossis pubis
C
Alae ossis ilii, os coccyges
D
Alae ossis ilii, ramus ossis ilii
E
Alae ossis ilii
Question 37

Continue the sentence: The sphenoid bone consist of…

A
1 cribriform plate, 2 lesser wings, 2 greater winds, 2 pterygoid process.
B
seven different parts: 1 sella turcica, 2 lesser wings, 2 greater winds, 2 pterygoid process.
C
seven different parts: 1 body, 2 lesser wings, 2 greater winds, 2 pterygoid process.
D
1 body, 2 lesser wings, 2 greater winds, 2 sphenoidal sinuses.
E
1 sella turcica, 2 lesser wings, 2 greater winds, 2 sphenoidal sinuses
Question 38

At the soccer match, a player has got a trauma of the knee joint. At sciagram a fracture of  bone located within the tendon of quadriceps muscle is marked. What group does this bone belong to?

A
flat
B
irregular
C
round
D
sesamoid
E
tubular
Question 39

Continue the sentence: Mastoid process …

A
forms temporomandibular joint, which allows for movements of the mandible during opening and closing of the mouth.
B
forms the posterior portion of the zygomatic arch.
C
serves as a muscle attachment site.
D
houses the structures of the middle and inner ears.
E
serves as an attachment site for several small muscles and for a ligament that supports the hyoid bone of the neck.
Question 40

From the sports man, 24 years old, was taken to hospital with face injury. The doctor of the receiving department established fracture of the facial skull bone. Fracture line passes through the infraorbital edge (margo infraorbitalis). What bone is  injured?

A
Mandibula.
B
Maxilla.
C
Lacrimal bone (os lacrimale).
D
Palatinum bone (os palatinum).
E
Zygomatic bone (os zygomaticum).
Question 41

What are on the facies superior costae I?

A
Tuberculum costae
B
Tuberculum, crista, fovea
C
Sulci a. et v. vertebrales, tuberculum m. scaleni anterioris
D
Sulcus costae, tuberculum m. scaleni anterioris
Question 42

Which region of the humerus articulates with the radius as part of the elbow joint?

A
trochlea
B
styloid process
C
capitulum
D
olecranon process
Question 43

What structure is separatec pelvis major from pelvis minor?

A
Linea transversa
B
Linea terminalis
C
Linea aspera
D
Crista iliaca
E
Linea glutea
Question 44

What are on the caput II-X costae?

A
Facies articulares, crista capitis, cartilago articularis
B
Tuberculum, sulcus
C
Tuberculum m. scaleni anterioris, tuberculum m. scaleni posterioris
D
Tuberculum, crista, fovea
E
Facies articulares, crista capitis
Question 45

What is the process of maxilla a considerable part of the floor of the nose and the roof of the mouth form?

A
Palatine process
B
Alveolar process
C
Zygomatic process
D
Frontal process
E
Pterygoid process
Question 46

Male, 36 years old, with traumatic brain injury was brought to the surgical department. The doctor of the receiving department established injury of the skull bone, which  is involved in the formation of the lateral side walls and bottom of the right eye socket. What bone is damaged in this case?

A
Right ethmoid bone.
B
Right zygomatic bone
C
Right frontal bone
D
Right sphenoid bone.
E
Right maxilla.
Question 47

Choose the bones form the orbit.

A
Ethmoid bone, Maxilla, Zygomatic bone
B
Temporal bone, Sphenoid bone, Lacrimal bone
C
Temporal bone, Parietal bone, Frontal bone
D
Ethmoid bone, Occipital bone Temporal bone
E
Occipital bone, Temporal bone, Sphenoid bone
Question 48

Name the bone that has sagittal margin

A
Occipital bone (os occipitale)
B
Parietal bone (os parietale)
C
Temporal bone (os temporale)
D
Ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale)
E
The frontal bone (os frontale)
Question 49

What is the location of the processesus articularis vertebrae cervicalis?

A
Horizontalis
B
Sagittalis
C
Inter sagittalis et frontalis
D
Frontalis
E
Interfrontalis et horizontalis
Question 50

In hospital was hospitalized a man with the injury of the brain. After the examination, the doctor found the fracture of a bone of the skull. The fracture line passes through protuberantia mentalis. Which bone was injured?

A
Os zygomaticus
B
Os lacrimale
C
Mandibula
D
Os palatinum
E
Maxilla
Question 51

The patient 69 years old, has purulent inflammation of the nasal cavity, which spread in the anterior cranial fossa. Through which anatomic structure did purulent process spread into this fossa?

A
Foramina cribrosa.
B
Foramen rotundum.
C
Foramen sphenopalatinum
D
Foramen ovale.
E
Foramen ethmoidalae posterius.
Question 52

A surgeon, during the operation of a woman with a tumor of the hard palate, removed  the tumor, with a part of the upper jaw, which takes part in the formation of a bone palate. Which part of palate bone was removed?

A
Processus alveollaris
B
Processus zygomaticus
C
Corpus
D
Processus palatinus
E
Processus frontalis
Question 53

A woman was brought by an ambulance to the emergency department with a trauma of the cervical region of the vertebral column. The radiologist diagnosed the fracture of nonbifid spinous processes of the cervical vertebrae. The spinous process of which cervical vertebra is fractured?

A
VI
B
V
C
VII
D
IV
E
III
Question 54

Horizontal (transverse) plane divides the body:

A
Profundus and superficialis
B
Proximalis and distalis
C
Cranialis (superior) and caudalis (inferior) parts
D
Dexter et sinister parts
E
Anterior (ventralis) and posterior (dorsalis) parts
Question 55

It was radiographically determined, that a man, 24 years old, has an accumulation of pus in the right maxillary sinus. In which of the nasal passages will pus go initially?

A
In the lower right nasal.
B
In the right upper nose.
C
In common right nasal
D
In the right middle nasal.
E
In right nasopharyngeal
Question 56

The man, 73 years old, with an abscess in the area of the infratemporal fossa, has complication, which is the inflammation of the tissues, that surround the eyeball. Through which communication of infratemporal fossa with orbital fossa can inflammation spread?

A
Foramen sphenopalatinum.
B
Fissura orbitalis inferior.
C
Fissura orbitalis superior
D
Canalis pterygoideus.
E
Canalis palatinus majus.
Question 57

Name the body parts located close to the trunk?

A
Proximalis
B
Distalis
C
Profundus
D
Sinister
E
Superficialis.
Question 58

Internal acoustic meatus belongs to ______

A
Sphenoid bone
B
Occipital bone
C
Parietal bone
D
Temporal bone
E
Mandible
Question 59

Name the bone that has pharyngeal tubercle.

A
parietal bone (os parietale).
B
temporal bone (os temporale).
C
ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale).
D
frontal bone (os frontale)
E
occipital bone (os occipitale)
Question 60

Woman, 52 years, came to the neurosurgical department with intracranial tumor. Additional examination of the patient revealed that the tumor has destroyed the front half of the upper wall of the eye socket. Which bone is damaged by the tumor?

A
Temporal bone.
B
Ethmoid bone.
C
Nasal bone.
D
Sphenoid bone.
E
Frontal bone.
Question 61

In  a patient, the upper displacement is marked of acromial end of the clavicle. What ligaments are torn?

A
Ligg. costoslavicular, acromioclavicular
B
Ligg. coracoclavicular, acromioclavicular
C
Ligg. anterior sternoclavicular, posterior sternoclavicular
D
Ligg. costoslavicular, interclavicular
E
Ligg. acromioclavicular, costoclavicular
Question 62

What bone does form the roof of the orbit?

A
The palatine bone
B
The ethmoid bone
C
The zygomatic bone
D
The frontal bone
E
The maxilla
Question 63

What is the specific feature of vertebrae cervicales?

A
Spines of all vertebrae cervicales are small and bifid
B
Foramen transversarium perforating the transverse processes
C
Vertebra cervicales has no body
D
All vertebrae cervicales have big corpus
E
All vertebrae cervicales bear the dens (odontoid process)
Question 64

What part of the sphenoid bone contains optic foramen?

A
Two lesser wings
B
Two pterygoid processes
C
The median portion and the body
D
Glabella and mastoid process
E
Two great wings
Question 65

What is the specific feature of vertebrae lumbales?

A
All vertebrae lumbales bear the dens (odontoid process)
B
Great size with strong, square, horizontal spines and with articular facets which lie in the sagittal plane
C
All five vertebrae lumbales are fused
D
Foramen transversarium perforating the transverse processes
Question 66

Name the bone that situated at the upper and lateral part of the face and form the prominence of the cheek, part of the lateral wall and floor of the orbit, and parts of the temporal and infratemporal fossa?

A
Vomer
B
Palatine bone
C
Inferior nasal concha
D
Ethmoid bone
E
Zygomatic bone
Question 67

A 30 years old woman fell and injured  the sacrum. The radiological investigations revealed damage of the sacral crest which is formed by the transverse processes of the sacral vertebrae. Which  sacral crest was  damaged?

A
Middle and right medial crests.
B
Right lateral and left lateral crests.
C
Right lateral and right medial crests.
D
Left lateral and left medial crests.
E
Median and left medial crests.
Question 68

What is the specific feature of the second cervical vertebra?

A
It has no body
B
It has long and easily felt non-bifid spine
C
Massive transverse process connects with the whole lateral aspect of its pedicle
D
It comes into relationship with the descending aorta and is a little flattened by it on its left flank
E
It bears the dens (odontoid process) on the superior aspect of its body
Question 69

Name the vertebra with no corpus?

A
II cervicalis
B
V lumbalis
C
VI cervicalis
D
I cervicalis
E
I thoracicae
Question 70

The victim injured his face and the outer surface of the temporal region, this injury caused the fracture of the zygomatic arch. Which processes of skull bones were broken?

A
Temporal process of the zygomatic bone and zygomatic process of the temporal bone
B
Zygomatic process of the maxilla and zygomatic process of the frontal bone
C
Temporal process of the zygomatic bone and zygomatic process of the frontal bone
D
Temporal process of the frontal bone and zygomatic process of the temporal bone
E
Zygomatic process of the maxilla and zygomatic process of the temporal bone
Question 71

What is the name of seventh vertebra?

A
Coccyx
B
Axis
C
Atlas
D
Epistropheus
E
Vertebra prominens
Question 72

What the structure is located between two vertebrae?

A
Arcus vertebrae
B
Processus spinosus
C
Lamina
D
Corpus
E
Discus intervertebrales
Question 73

Name the bone that has the ramus. What bone injured?

A
The occipital bone (os occipital)
B
The frontal bone (os frontale)
C
The maxilla (maxilla)
D
The mandible (mandible)
E
The ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale)
Question 74

What structure is separatec pelvis major from pelvis minor?

A
Linea transversa
B
Crista iliaca
C
Linea glutea
D
Linea aspera
E
Linea terminalis
Question 75

What component does form the superior part of the hip bone?

A
ilium
B
sacrum
C
pubis
D
ischium
Question 76

The radius bone ________.

A
does not articulate with any of the carpal bones
B
has the radial tuberosity located near its distal end
C
has a head that articulates with the radial notch of the ulna
D
is found on the medial side of the forearm
Question 77

Name the bone that has linea nuchalis superior.

A
The occipital bone (os occipitale)
B
The ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale)
C
The frontal bone (os frontale)
D
The parietal bone (os parietale)
E
The temporal bone (os temporale)
Question 78

How many vertebrae cervicales in human collumna vertebralis are present?

A
5
B
9
C
7
D
24
E
12
Question 79

Name the plane with physiological bends of the spine?

A
Frontalis et sagittalis
B
Sagittalis
C
Horizontalis et frontalis
D
Horizontalis et sagittalis
E
Frontalis
Question 80

Which of the following structures belongs to humerus?

A
Conoid tubercle
B
Coronoid process
C
Coracoid process
D
Coronoid fossa
E
Foramen ovale
Question 81

In a  girl with the long-term inflammation of the mucosa of the nasal cavity appeared symptoms of inflammation of the sphenoid sinus. Through which structure spread the infection from the nasal cavity to the sinus?

A
Foramen ovale
B
Recessus sphenoethmoidalis
C
Foramen sinus sphenoidalis
D
Foramen rotundum
E
Foramen sphenopalatinum
Question 82

After an accident, a woman was hospitalized due to the fracture of the temporal bone, which was accompanied  by bleeding from the sinus of dura mater of the brain. The gap of sinus emerged in the place where it is adjacent to the groove on the inner surface of the mastoid process. In what part was damaged the sinus of dura mater of the brain?

A
Sulcus sinus sigmoidei
B
Sulcus sinus pertosi inferioris
C
Sulcus sinus sagitalis superioris
D
Sulcus sinus transversi
E
Sulcus sinus petrosi superioris
Question 83

Which is the lateral-most carpal bone of the proximal row?

A
scaphoid
B
hamate
C
pisiform
D
trapezium
Question 84

How many vertebrae thoracales in human collumna vertebralis are present?

A
5
B
7
C
24
D
9
E
12
Question 85

The man, 34 years old, with inflammation of sphenoid sinus, and doctor observed outflow of turbid fluid from the opening of the sinus. In which part of the nasal cavity does fluid enter first from sphenoid sinus?

A
Recessus sphenoethmoidalis.
B
Meatus nasi inferior.
C
Meatus nasi communis.
D
Meatus nasi medius.
E
Infundibulum.
Question 86

A patient suffered from an acute inflammation of the nasolacrimal canal. It is known that after suffering from flu, the patient  had  long discharges from the nose. From which meatus of  the nasal cavity discharges could lead to the infection in the nasolacrimal canal?

A
From meatus nasi media
B
From meatus nasi communis
C
From foramen sphenopalatinum
D
From meatus nasi inferior
E
From meatus nasi superior
Question 87

What bone does have transverse processes?

A
Os temporale
B
Vertebra
C
Coccyx
D
Sacrum
E
Humerus
Question 88

How many bones are fused in adulthood to form the hip bone?

A
2
B
5
C
4
D
3
Question 89

It is known, that fractures of bones both at youths and elder men happen in the area of the surgical neck. Indicate, on which of the following bones is this landmark present?

A
radius
B
humerus
C
fibula
D
femur
E
humerus
Question 90

Find the structures of pelvis major?

A
Alae ossis ilii- from lateral, promotorium- from dorsal
B
Ossa ischii-from lateral, basis ossis sacri-from dorsal
C
Ossa ischii-- from lateral,facies pelvina ossis sacri- from dorsal
D
Ossa ischii-- from lateral, apex ossis sacri- from dorsal
E
Ossa pubis- from lateral, vertebrae lumbalis- from dorsal
Question 91

What pars os sphenoidale does contain a round hole (foramen rotundum)?

A
Processus pterygoideus
B
Alae minora
C
Sella turcica
D
Corpus
E
Alae majora
Question 92

Choose two terms, used in anatomy, refer to back and front or belly of an organism.

A
Dexter et sinister parts
B
Cranialis (superior) and caudalis (inferior) parts
C
Anterior (ventralis) and posterior (dorsalis) parts
D
Profundus and superficialis
E
Proximalis and distalis
Question 93

Which tarsal bone articulates with the tibia and fibula?

A
talus
B
cuboid
C
calcaneus
D
navicular
Question 94

Name the body parts located close to the head?

A
Dexter
B
Profundus
C
Cranialis (superior)
D
Superficialis
Question 95

Choose all the parts of the sternum:

A
Manubrium, corpus (body), xiphoid process
B
Manubrium and corpus (body)
C
Manubrium, corpus (body), coronoid process
D
Clinoid process, manubrium, corpus (body)
E
Corpus (body) and xiphoid process
Question 96

A 40 years old patient felt a pain after a fall. The doctor found a broken rib, which doesn’t have articular surface  on tuberculum costae. What rib was damaged?

A
III
B
X
C
IV
D
XII
E
V
Question 97

Anterior longitudinal ligament joins _________

A
Ribs
B
Carpals
C
Bones of the facial skull
D
Vertebrae
E
Metatarsals
Question 98

Which of the following IS NOT the foramen of sphenoid bone?

A
Foramen jugulare
B
Optic foramen
C
Foramen rotundum
D
Foramen ovale
E
Foramen spinosum
Question 99

Dislocation of the mandible was established for the man, 35 years old. Where are caput mandibulae located in case of dislocation?

A
On the back from the tuberculum articulare
B
On top of the tuberculum articulare.
C
On the right from the tuberculum articulare.
D
On the left from the tuberculum articulare.
E
In front of the tuberculum articulare.
Question 100

Continue the sentence: Articular tubercle of the temporal bone …

A
houses the structures of the middle and inner ears.
B
serves as an attachment site for several small muscles and for a ligament that supports the hyoid bone of the neck.
C
forms temporomandibular joint, which allows for movements of the mandible during opening and closing of the mouth
D
serves as a muscle attachment site.
E
forms the posterior portion of the zygomatic arch.
Question 101

What is the name of second vertebra?

A
Epistropheus
B
Atlas
C
Vertebrae cervicale
D
Coccyx
E
Vertebra prominens
Question 102

To establish the boundary between the cervical and thoracic parts of vertebral column,  the doctor must palpate to find the process of  VIIth cervical vertebra. Which process should exactly the doctor be looking for?

A
transversus
B
articularis inferior
C
spinosus
D
articularis superior
E
mastoideus
Question 103

In the department of maxillofacial surgery with a gunshot wound was taken a man, 43 years. After radiological examination the doctor found that the bullet passed through the skull at mental foramen (foramen mentale). What bone is damaged?

A
Maxilla.
B
Vomer.
C
Zygomatic bone (os zygomaticum).
D
Palatinum bone (os palatinum).
E
Mandibula.
Question 104

Name the bone that distantly articulate to other bones by muscles or ligaments?

A
Palatine bone
B
Ethmoid bone
C
Inferior nasal concha
D
Vomer
E
Hyoid
Question 105

The ischial spine is found between the following structures:

A
inferior pubic ramus and ischial ramus
B
nterior superior iliac spine and posterior superior iliac spine
C
lesser sciatic notch and greater sciatic notch
D
pectineal line and arcuate line
Question 106

Find the bone that supports body weight when sitting?

A
ischiopubic ramus
B
iliac crest
C
ischial tuberosity
D
pubic body
Question 107

What department of vertebra column does have vertebrae with split processus spinosus?

A
Lumbaris
B
Cervicalis, except first and seventh
C
Sacralis et V lumbalis
D
Thoracicae, except first
E
IV, V lumbalis
Question 108

A patient was admitted to the hospital with muscles of facial expression disorder. The facial nerve passes through the foramen?

A
ovale
B
spinosum
C
stylomastoid
D
lacerum
E
rotundum
Question 109

What is the specific feature of the seventh cervical vertebra?

A
It bears the dens (odontoid process) on the superior aspect of its body
B
It has long and easily felt non-bifid spine
C
It comes into relationship with the descending aorta and is a little flattened by it on its left flank
D
It has no body
E
Massive transverse process connects with the whole lateral aspect of its pedicle
Question 110

Name the body parts located far from the head?

A
Cranialis (superior)
B
Dexter
C
Superficialis
D
Profundus
E
Caudalis (inferior)
Question 111

Sagittal plane (median plane, midsagittal plane) divides the body into:

A
Profundus and superficialis
B
Dexter et sinister parts
C
Cranialis (superior) and caudalis (inferior) parts
D
Anterior (ventralis) and posterior (dorsalis) parts
E
Proximalis and distalis
Question 112

Male 56 years came to the dentist, doctor for the purpose of anesthesia of large molars made anesthetic injection (painkillers) to formation of the upper jaw, which is the entry point of the nerves of the infratemporal fossa through foramina alveolaria to the alveolae dentales. Where did the doctor inject the anesthetic?

A
Tuber maxillae.
B
Sinus maxillaris.
C
Processus palatinus.
D
Processus frontalis.
E
Processus alveolaris
Question 113

Find the structures of pelvis minor from lateral sides?

A
Ossa ischii
B
Alae ossis ilii,os coccyges
C
Alae ossis ilii, ramus ossis ilii
D
Alae ossis ilii
E
Rami ossis pubis
Question 114

What structures are located on the arcus posterior atlantis?

A
Fovea dentis, sulcus a.vertebralis
B
Fovea articularis inferior, tuberculum posterius
C
Sulcus a. vertebralis, tuberculum posterius
D
Fovea articularis superior, tuberculum posterius
E
Massa lateralis, fovea articularis inferior
Question 115

During the examination of a 2 years old boy, the ophthalmologist found the breach of outflow of  tears to meatus nasi inferior . Through which structure does communicate orbit with nasal cavity?

A
Anterior ethmoid foramen
B
Nasolacrimal canal
C
Optic canal
D
Inferior orbital fissure
E
Superiorr orbital fissure
Question 116

The surgeon, operating 56 years old woman with a tumor of the hard palate (palatum durum), removed along with the tumor  one third of that upper jaw (maxilla) part, which is involved in the formation of bone palate (palatum osseum). One-third of which part of the upper jaw did surgeon remove?

A
Processus frontalis.
B
Corpus maxillae.
C
Processus zygomaticus.
D
Processus palatinus.
E
Processus alveolaris.
Question 117

At person, the trauma has occurred due to direct violence on the medial aspect of the middle third of the leg. What anatomic structure might be most likely fractured?

A
proxial epiphysis of femur
B
proximal epiphysis of fibula
C
diaphysis of tibia
D
distal epiphysis of fibula
E
distal epiphysis of tibia
Question 118

What pars os sphenoidale does contain a round hole (foramen ovale)?

A
Zygomatic process
B
Pterygoid process
C
Frontal process
D
Palatine process
E
Alveolar process
Question 119

A patient was admitted to the hospital with a pain in a shoulder joint. When in anatomical position, the subscapular fossa faces:

A
anteriorly
B
superiory
C
posteriorly
D
medially
E
laterally
Question 120

What are the sulcus sinus os occipitale has?

A
Petrosi superioris, cavernosi
B
Petrosi inferioris, transversus, sagittal superioris, sigmoidei
C
Petrosi superioris, sagittal superioris, transversus
D
Petrosi superioris, sagittal inferiorios, transversus
E
Petrosi superioris et inferiorios
Question 121

In the hospital was delivered a man, 34 years old, with stab wounds on the anterior cervical area. The cornu majus of bone, which is located under the mandibulla, was damaged due to injury. What bone is damaged?

A
Zygomatic bone (os zygomaticum).
B
Maxilla.
C
Hyoid bone (os hyoideum).
D
Lacrimal bone (os lacrimale).
E
Palatinum bone (os palatinum).
Question 122

The car ambulance delivred a man, who is 35 years old, to the hospital with a brain injury. After the X-ray doctor establish the fractured skull. The line of the fracture passes through coronal process. What bone is injured?

A
Palatinum bone (os palatinum).
B
Zygomatic bone (os zygomaticum)
C
Maxilla.
D
Lacrimal bone (os lacrimale).
E
Mandibula.
Question 123

A purulent process was spread from fossa canina to the soft tissues of orbit. Through which anatomical structure did the purulence get into orbit?

A
Foramen zygomaticoorbitale
B
Canalis infraorbitale
C
Canalis nasolacrimalis
D
Foramen zygomaticotemporal
E
Foramen zygomaticofaciale
Question 124

After the injury of the occipital area, a crack in the region of transverse sinus was found. Which part of the occipital bone is damaged:

A
Cerebellum
B
Squama
C
Base
D
Left lateral
E
Right lateral
Question 125

What is the specific feature of the fifth lumbal vertebra (L5)?

A
It comes into relationship with the descending aorta and is a little flattened by it on its left flank
B
It bears the dens (odontoid process) on the superior aspect of its body
C
It has long and easily felt non-bifid spine
D
It has no body
E
Massive transverse process connects with the whole lateral aspect of its pedicle
Question 126

What bone should be broken to remove the pituitary tumor?

A
Parietal bone (os parietale).
B
Sphenoid bone (os sphenoidale).
C
Temporal bone (os temporale).
D
Ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale).
E
Occipital bone (os occipitale).
Question 127

What are the bones make up much of the medial wall of the orbit?

A
the greater wing of sphenoid bone
B
ethmoid and lacrimal bones
C
frontal and temporal bones
D
frontal and sphenoid bones
E
palatine and zygomatic bone
Question 128

Name the vertebrae thoracicae with one full fovea costalis on corpus?

A
I, X, XI
B
I, X, XI, XII
C
I, II, XII
D
I, XI, XII
E
X, XII
Question 129

What bone does have processus spinosus?

A
Vertebra
B
Humerus
C
Ulna
D
Os temporale
E
Os sphenoidale
Question 130

Which bony landmark of the femur serves as a site for muscle attachments?

A
head
B
fovea capitis
C
lesser trochanter
D
medial condyle
Question 131

Which ligament joins spinous processes of vertebrae?

A
Internal spinous
B
Supraspinous
C
Lateral spinous
D
Medial spinous
E
Subspinous
Question 132

The doctor suggested the stimulating of reflex zones which are located in the skin projection of the unpaired notch of the sternum for a patient in case of breathlessness during asthma attacks. Which sternal notch is unpaired?

A
Incisura costalis I
B
Incisura costalis VII
C
Incisura costalis II
D
Incisura jugularis
E
Incisura clavicularis
Question 133

A man came to the hospital with the  trauma of the head. After the examination, the doctor found the fracture of  the facial bone of the skull. The fracture line passes through the condilar process. What bone was injured?

A
Os palatinum
B
Mandibula
C
Os zygomaticus
D
Maxilla
E
Os lacrimale
Question 134

The boy, who is 13 years old, with long-term inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nasal cavity has symptoms of inflammanation of frontal sinus (sinusitis). Through which formation of the nasal cavity was it possible for the infection to spread in this sinus?

A
Semilunar hiatus.
B
Sphenoethmoidal recess.
C
Infundibulum ethmoidale
D
Sphenopalatine foramen.
E
Cellulae ethmoidales
Question 135

What bone does form the lateral wall and lateral floor of the orbit?

A
The zygomatic bone
B
The sphenoid bone
C
The ethmoid bone
D
The maxilla
E
The temporal bone
Question 136

In the surgical department was brought a man with an injury of the brain. A doctor established the bone injury, which takes part in the formation of the lateral walls of the right orbit. Which bone was damaged?

A
Right maxilla
B
Right frontal bone.
C
Right zygomatic bone.
D
Right temporal bone.
E
Right ethmoid bone.
Question 137

A woman, 67 years old, with a brain injury, after X-ray doctor discovered the fracture of the facial skull bones. Fracture line is located along linea mylohyoidea. What bone is injured?

A
Palatinum bone (os palatinum).
B
Zygomatic bone (os zygomaticum).
C
Lacrimal bone (os lacrimale).
D
Maxilla.
E
Mandibula.
Question 138

What is the name of first vertebra?

A
Epistropheus
B
Coccyx
C
Vertebra prominens
D
Atlas
E
Axis
Question 139

What department of vertebra column does have vertebrae with split processus spinosus?

A
Cervicalis, except first and seventh
B
Lumbaris
C
Thoracicae, except first
D
IV, V lumbalis
E
Sacralis et V lumbalis
Question 140

Name the bone that has superior nuchal line.

A
The frontal bone (os frontale)
B
Ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale).
C
Temporal bone (os temporale)
D
Occipital bone (os occipitale)
E
Parietal bone (os parietale)
Question 141

In a patient, a purulent maxillary sinusitis was diagnosed. A pus from maxillary sinus drains into:

A
Vestibule
B
Upper nasal meatus
C
Lateral nasal meatus
D
Lower nasal meatus
E
Middle nasal meatus
Question 142

Woman, 65 years old, came to the hospital with purulent inflammation of the mastoid cells. The inflammation spread to the cranial fossa, which has a common wall with the processus. In  which fossa of the skull did inflammation of the mastoid process spread?

A
In the posterior cranial
B
In middle cranial.
C
In infratemporal.
D
In pterygopalatina.
E
In frontal cranial.
Question 143

How many vertebrae in the human spine are fused to form sacrum and coccyx?

A
12
B
9
C
7
D
5
E
24
Question 144

A man was brought in a surgical department with a wound on the medial border of the forearm. The examination showed that the patient damaged the process which borders with incisura trochlearis . What the process was damaged?

A
Olecranon
B
Procesus coronoideus.
C
Tuberositas ulnae
D
Margo interosseus
E
Processus styloideus
Question 145

18 years old patient and after suffering from a sore throat appealed to the doctor after the deterioration of his situation. The examination revealed retropharyngeal abscess. In what space of the neck surgeon must penetrate during the autopsy abscess?

A
Previsceral
B
Retrovisceral (retropharyngeal)
C
Suprasternal
D
Inrtacervical
E
Pretracheal
Question 146

Choose a bone which does not belong to neurocranium:

A
Sphenoid bone
B
Ethmoid bone
C
Palatine bone
D
Occipital bone
E
Parietal bone
Question 147

A patient was admitted to the hospital with a pain in a joint. A fracture across the intertrochanteric line would involve which bone?

A
tibia
B
fibula
C
femur
D
patella
E
ilium
Question 148

In the hospital came a 57 years old man with  the injury of the head. After the examination, the doctor found that the crack runs along the inferior surface of the temporal bone. What structure are located on the inferior surface?

A
hiatus canalis nervi petrosi minoris
B
sulcus arteriae occipitales
C
foramen jugulare
D
foramen spinosum
E
foramen caroticum internum
Question 149

Coronoid process belongs to _______

A
Parietal bone
B
Sphenoid bone
C
Temporal bone
D
Mandible
E
Maxilla
Question 150

Choose the parts of the sphenoid bone.

A
Talus
B
Glabella
C
The squama
D
The pterygoid processes
E
The petrous (pyramid) with mastoid process
Question 151

An ambulance brought a man with an injury of  the brain to the hospital. The doctor found the fracture of the skull. The fracture line passes through the sagittal border. Which bone was injured?

A
os ethmoidale
B
os frontale
C
os temporale
D
os parietale
E
os occipitale
Question 152

Woman 35 years old came to the otolaryngologist with complaints of headache and runny nose. The doctor set the maxillary sinus inflammation (sinusitis). What bone is inflammated?

A
Frontal bone (os frontale).
B
Ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale).
C
Maxilla.
D
Palatinum bone (os palatinum).
E
Sphenoid bone (os sphenoidale).
Question 153

How many bones are there in the upper limbs combined?

A
40
B
20
C
30
D
60
Question 154

This bone assists in forming the boundaries of three cavities: the roof of the mouth, the floor and lateral wall of the nasal cavity, the wall of the orbit. What is it?

A
The mandible (mandible)
B
The maxilla (maxilla)
C
The frontal bone (os frontale)
D
The ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale).
E
The occipital bone (os occipital)
Question 155

Bified transverse processes is the feature of _______

A
Thoracic vertebrae
B
Cervical vertebrae
C
Lumbar vertebrae
D
No option is correct
E
Sacral vertebrae
Question 156

Name the body parts located distantly from the trunk?

A
Profundus
B
Proximalis
C
Distalis
D
Superficialis.
E
Sinister
Question 157

On the x-ray image of the pelvis of newborn, the three distinct bones are marked, which are separated by cartilage in the area of the acetabulum. These bones are:

A
os ilium, os sacrum, os coccygis
B
os ilii, os pubis, os ischii
C
os pubis, os femur, os sacrum
D
os pubis, os ischii, femur
E
os sacrum, os pubis, os coccygis
Question 158

Continue the sentences: The pituitary gland sits in a protective bony enclosure called…

A
sphenoidal air sinuses
B
the sella turcica
C
two great wings
D
two small wings
E
corpus sphenoidale
Question 159

How many vertebrae in the human spine aren’t fused?

A
9
B
24
C
7
D
5
E
12
Question 160

In the hospital was delivered a male, 26 years old, with a gunshot wound to the joint, the formation of which involves the lower jaw (mandibula). The doctor established a damaged joint surfaces of both bones that form this joint. What bone, except for the lower jaw is damaged?

A
Zygomatic bone (os zygomaticum).
B
Maxilla.
C
Sphenoid bone (os sphenoidale).
D
Temporal bone (os temporale).
E
Occipital bone (os occipitale)
Question 161

During the examination of woman, 36 years, doctor diagnosed the inflammation of the maxillary sinus (sinus maxillaris). Thus it was discovered pus in one of the nasal passages, that came out right from the maxillary sinus. In which meatus did doctor see pus?

A
Meatus nasi interior
B
Meatus nasi superior
C
Meatus nasopharyngeus
D
Meatus nasi communis
E
Meatus nasi medius
Question 162

A 54 years old man with an eyeball injury went to the hospital. Besides the damage to the eyeball, the doctor found a fracture in the orbital surface, orbital process and one of the parts of the sphenoid bone. Which part of the sphenoid bone was injured?

A
Ala major
B
Body
C
Ala minor
D
Pterygoid process
E
Turkic sell
Question 163

A patient was hospitalized for the correction of the curvature of the nasal septum.  Which bones must be corrected in this case?

A
Nasal bone and vertical plate of the palatine bone
B
Perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone and vomer
C
Perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone and inferior nasal concha
D
Perpendicular plate of the palatine bone and vomer
E
Horizontal plate of the palatine bone and vomer
Question 164

What is the specific feature of vertebrae thoracales?

A
Foramen transversarium perforating the transverse processes
B
T5 and T8 have not corpus
C
Spines of all vertebrae thoracales are small and bifid
D
Demifacets on the sides of their bodies for articulation with the heads of the ribs and by facets on their transverse processes
E
All vertebrae thoracales bear the dens (odontoid process)
Question 165

Choose part of the sacrum:

A
Superior articular facet
B
Canalis pterygoideus
C
Sella turcica
D
Corpus
E
Alae minora
Question 166

After an injury, the branches of the carotid artery started bleeding. For temporary stoppage of bleeding, the carotid artery should be pressed to the tubercle of the transverse processes of one of the cervical vertebras. Which vertebrae exactly?

A
IV
B
III
C
VI
D
II
E
V
Question 167

Find the structures of pelvis major?

A
Ossa ischii-from lateral, basis ossis sacri-from dorsal
B
Ossa pubis- from lateral, vertebrae lumbalis- from dorsal
C
Alae ossis ilii- from lateral, promotorium- from dorsal
D
Ossa ischii-- from lateral, apex ossis sacri- from dorsal
E
Ossa ischii-- from lateral, facies pelvina ossis sacri- from dorsal
Question 168

In a patient, the fracture of a base of the skull has occurred. The line of fracture passes through foramen spinosum and foramen ovale. What cranial bone is injured?

A
palatine
B
ethmoidal bone
C
temporal bone
D
occipital bone
E
sphenoid bone
Question 169

A  man went to the hospital with a brain injury. The doctor found a fracture in the skull. The line of fracture passes through linea nuchae superior. Which  bone was injured?

A
Os ethmoidale
B
Os parietale
C
Os frontale
D
Os temporale
E
Os occipitale
Question 170

A 45 years old woman was taken to hospital with purulent inflammation of the tympanic cavity. Before that, there was inflammation of the nasal cavity and throat, which then spreaded to the tympanic cavity through the auditory tube. Via which topographical formation of the base of fornix of  the skull the infectious process got into the tympanic cavity?

A
Canaliculus chordae tympani
B
Canalis caroticus
C
Canalis musculotubaris
D
Canaliculus tympanicus
E
Canalis facialis
Question 171

What vertebra does have anterior arch (arcus anterior) and posterior arch (arcus posterior)?

A
Seventh cervical vertebra (vertebra prominens)
B
The first cervical vertebra (atlas)
C
Lumbar vertebrae
D
First thoracic vertebra (T1)
E
The second cervical vertebrae (axis or epistropheus)
Question 172

Which of the following structures belongs to temporal bone?

A
Clinoid process
B
Conoid tubercle
C
Arcuate eminence
D
Coracoid process
E
Medial pterygoid process
Question 173

Woman, 68 years old, after eye injury has inflammation of the soft tissues of the orbit, which later spread to infratemporal fossa. Through which anatomic structure did purulent process spread into this fossa?

A
Through fissura orbitalis inferior
B
Through foramen zygomaticoorbitale.
C
Through fissura orbitalis superior.
D
Through sphenopalatine foramen
E
Throght oval foramen.
Question 174

What structure is separatec pelvis major from pelvis minor?

A
Linea glutea
B
Linea aspera
C
Linea terminalis
D
Crista iliaca
E
Linea transversa
Question 175

How many vertebrae lumbales in human collumna vertebralis are present?

A
7
B
5
C
24
D
9
E
12
Question 176

A doctor during the examination of nasal cavity of woman, 54 years, established the narrowing of the set due to nasal benign tumor in the area of projection of canalis incisivus. Which nasal passage is narrowed in this scenario?

A
Meatus nasi communis.
B
Meatus nasi medius.
C
Meatus nasopharyngeus.
D
Meatus nasi superior.
E
Meatus nasi interior.
Question 177

Which bony landmark is located on the lateral side of the proximal humerus?

A
lateral epicondyle
B
trochlea
C
greater tubercle
D
lesser tubercle
Question 178

Find parts of the temporal bone.

A
The sella turcica
B
Pterygoid processes
C
Glabella
D
Tympanic part
E
Lesser wings
Question 179

Examining the boy, who is 2 years old, ophthalmologist established breach of the outcome of his tears into the lower nostril. Through which communication of orbit with lower nasal passage is this passage of tears complicated?

A
Anterior ethmoid foramen.
B
Nasolacrimal canal.
C
The upper orbital fissure.
D
Posterior ethmoid foramen.
E
The lower orbital fissure.
Question 180

A patient has purulent inflammation of the nasal cavity. The inflammation spread in the anterior cranial fossa. Through which anatomic structure spread the inflammation?

A
Lamina cribrosa
B
Foramen rotundum
C
Foramen ovale
D
Foramen sphenopalatinum
E
Foramen ethmoidalae posterius
Question 181

Frontal plane (coronal plane) divides the body into:

A
Proximalis and distalis
B
Dexter et sinister parts
C
Cranialis (superior) and caudalis (inferior) parts
D
Profundus and superficialis
E
Anterior (ventralis) and posterior (dorsalis) parts
Question 182

In the hospital was a man with a knife at the nose. After the examination, doctor also found damage in the cribriform plate. What bone was damaged?

A
Frontal bone (os frontale)
B
Ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale)
C
Sphenoid bone (os sphenoidale)
D
Occipital bone (os occipitale)
E
Parietal bone (os parietale)
Question 183

What kind of crista is on os sacrum?

A
Mediana, lateralis, pubis
B
Iliaca, lateralis, mediana
C
Iliaca, intermedia, lateralis
D
Mediana, intermedia, lateralis
E
Lateralis, pubis, intermedia
Question 184

What is the location of the processus articularis vertebrae thoracicae?

A
Frontalis
B
Sagittalis
C
Horizontalis
D
Inter sagittalis et frontalis
E
Inter frontalis et horizontalis
Question 185

Choose the bone with the jugular notch:

A
Os frontale
B
Os parietale
C
Os occipitale
D
Maxilla
Question 186

In the emergency hospital was delivered a woman, 57 years old, with a brain injury. After the examination it was necessary to perform surgical intervention of the cranial cavity. During the operation neurosurgeon cut the bone just before coronal suture (sutura coronalis). What bone did surgeon cut?

A
Frontal bone.
B
Temporal bone (os temporale).
C
Occipital (os occipitale).
D
Ethmoid bone (os ethmoidale).
E
Sphenoid bone (os sphenoidale).
Question 187

An ambulance brought a 8 months old baby with the injury of the head in the anterior fontanel region. The X-ray found the damage of bone which limits this fontanel in front. What bone was damaged?

A
Os frontale
B
Os lacrimale
C
Os zygomaticus
D
Os palatinum
E
Maxilla
Question 188

Before the surgeon appealed a woman, 20 years old, with purulent inflammation of the skin in the region of infraorbital fossa. Doctor predicts extending inflammation in the orbit. Through which anatomic structure it possible for inflammation to spread in this case?

A
Canalis incisivus.
B
Fissura orbitalis inferior.
C
Canalis infraorbitalis.
D
Canalis pterygoideus.
E
Canalis nasolacrimalis.
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