261. Structures passing through foramen ovale______________?
A. Emissary vein
B. Mandibular nerve
C. Trigeminal nerve
D. A & B

262. Muscle, which pulls the disk of TMJ downward________________?
A. Lateral pterygoid
B. Medial pterygoid
C. Digastric
D. Mylohyoid

263. Anterior limit of infratemporal fossa is______________?
A. Lateral pterygoid plate
B. Maxillary posterior wall
C. Pterygomaxillary fissure
D. Mastiod process

264. All the following features of skull of a newborn are true except_____________?
A. Diploe not formed
B. Styloid process has not fused with rest of temporal bone
C. Anterior fontanelle open
D. Mastoid process is of adult size

265. Foramen caecum is seen in____________?
A. Ethmoid Bone
B. Tongue
C. Sphenoid
D. A and B

266. Foramen magnum transmits all except_________________?
A. Vertebral artery
B. Spinal branch 10th nerve
C. Spinal cord
D. Vertebral venous plexus

267. The point where the parieto mastoid , occipito mastoid , and lambdoid sutures meet is_______________?
A. Pterion
B. Obelion
C. Asterion
D. Bregma

268. Lingual gives attachment to________________?
A. Upper medial incisor
B. Sphenomandibular ligament
C. Temporomandibular ligament
D. All

269. Among all of the following foramens in the base of skull, which is , the most posteriorly present______________?
A. Foramen spinosum
B. Foreman rotundum
C. Forename lacerum
D. Foreman Ovale

270. Highest point on skull_____________?
A. Pterion
B. Porion
C. Lambda
D. Vertex

 

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