Type
Word Search
Description

zygomatic
xerostomia
temporomandibular joint
suture
sinuses
sialolith
saliva
origin
mentalis
maxillary tuberosity
maxilla
mastication
masseter
mandible
insertion
glenoid fossa
foramina
crepitus
cancellous bone
bruxism
articulate
alveolar process

Da308 Anatomay/ Cranial Nerves Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ALVEOLARPROCESS
ARTICULATE
BRUXISM
CANCELLOUSBONE
CREPITUS
FORAMINA
GLENOIDFOSSA
INSERTION
MANDIBLE
MASSETER
MASTICATION
MAXILLA
MAXILLARYTUBEROSITY
MENTALIS
ORGIN
SIALOLITH
SUTURE
TEMPOROMANDIBULARJOINT
XEROSTOMIA
ZYGOMATIC

Bones of the face, skull and oral anatomy Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Anatomical tooth
root
crown
mixed dentition
primary dentition
permanent dentition
dentition
mandibular
trigeminal nerve
orbicularis oculi
masseter
temporalis
zygomatic major
mentalis
buccinator
temporomandibular joint
ramus
mandilbular notch
coronoid process
mental protuberance
mandible
mental foramen
nasal
vomer
temporal
zygomatic
maxillary
parietal
ethmoid
sphenoid
sutures
occipital
Frontal

Skeletal Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

lamellae
canaliculi
osteocytes
haversian canals
periosteum
nutrient foramina
medullary canal
cancellous
cortical
osteomyclitis
osteoporosis
osteomalacia
sinus
meatus
orbit
fissure
foramen
facet
sulcus
fovea
fossa
trochanter
tuberosity
tubercle
condyle
crest
spine
process
pelvic girdle
pectoral girdle

Skull bones, sutures, and foramens Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Forms the forehead Frontal
Forms the side and roof of the cranial cavity Parietal
Forms the lateral aspects and floor of the cranium temporal
Forms the posterior and most of the base of the cranium Occipital
Lies at the middle part of the base of the skull Sphenoid
Located on the midliine in the anterior part of the cranial floor medial to the orbits Ethmoid
Forms bridge of the nose Nasal
Forms the upper jawbone and most of the hard plate (seperates the nasal cavity and oral cavity) Maxilla
Forms the prominence of the cheeks (cheekbones) Zygomatic
Forms part of the medial wall of each orbit Lacrimal
Forms the posterior portion of the hard plate Palatine
Forms a part of the inferior lateral wall of the nasal cavity (3 words) Inferior Nasal Conchae
Forms the inferior portion of the nasal septum Vomer
Forms the lower jaw bone, largest and strongest facial bone, only moveable skull bone Mandible
Divides the interior of the nasal cavity into right and left sides (Broken nose usually damages this bone) (2 words) Nasal septum
Eye sockets Orbits
Openings for blood vessels, nerves, or ligaments of the skull (singular) Foraman
Does not articulate with any bone, supports tounge, providing for some tounge muscles and for muscles of the neck and pharnex Hyoid
Immovable joints that hold most skull bones together Sutures
Suture at the top, front on the skull Coronal
Suture at the lower, back of the skull Lambdoid
Suture on the side of the skull Squamous
Foramen located just above the orbits Supraorbital
Foramen ocated in the orbits, medial Optic
Foramen located inferior to the orbits on the maxilla close to the zygomatic bone infraorbital
Foramen located on the zygomatic bone Zygomaticofacial
Foramen located on the anterior of the mandible Mental
Foramen that the spinal cord and vertabae go through Magnum
Foramen on the side of the mandible mandibular

Shoulder and Upper Arm Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Joint between the scapula and humerus glenohumeral
active stability by the shoulder is provided by what muscles? rotator cuff
Where the scapula articulates with the humerus glenoid cavity
the trapezoid and the conoid make up which ligament? coracoclavicular
tubercle on the clavicle conoid
which muscle initiates abduction at the shoulder? supraspinatus
originates at the infraspinatus fossa infraspinatus
originates on the lateral border of the scapula and inserts at the greater tubercle of the humerus Teres Minor
inserts on the lesser tubercle of the humerus and causes internal rotation of the humerus subscapularis
synchronization and pattern of movement of the scapula and humerus together is known as what? scapulohumeral rhythm
When soft tissues are compressed between the greater tuberosity of the humerus and the AC joint, what occurs? impingement
what increases contact between the glenoid fossa and the head of the humerus? glenoid labrum
pectoralis minor and serrates anterior cause what scapular movement? protraction
serrates anterior and trapezius cause what scapular movement? upward rotation
elevates the ribs scalene
has a clavicular and seternocostal portion pectoralis major
has ligamentous action at the sternoclavicualr joint subclavius
origination of the biceps brachii long head supraglenoid tubercle
insertion of the biceps brachii short head radial tuberosity
branch of the subclavian artery axillary
the axillary 2nd third travels under what muscle? pectoralis minor
the subscapular artery supplies what muscle? latissimus dorsi

Lower Leg, foot and ankle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

inserts on the base of the distal phalynx of the great toe extensor hallicus longus
vessel to the peroneus longus peroneal
how many heads does the gastrocnemius have? two
nerve to the soleus tibial
insets at the clacaneus and is supplied by the popliteal artery plantaris
causes flexion of the great toe flexor hallicus longus
blood supply to tibias posterior posterior tibial
creates the tarsal tunnel extensor retinaculum
causes dorsiflexion and eversion of the ankle peroneus tertius
inserts on the 5th metatarsal tuberosity peroneus brevis
located deep to the gastrocnemius soleus
inserts in the phalanges extensor digitorum longus
the tibias anterior causes what movement at the ankle? dorsiflexion
medial leg bone tibia
major posterior tarsal bone (attachment of soleus) calcaneus
articulate with metatarsals and navicular cuneiforms
joint formed by the tibia, fibula and talus talocrural
ligament that stabilizes the talocrural joint deltoid
joint that causes inversion and eversion at the ankle subtalar
membrane between the tibia and fibula interosseous membrane
articulation point between the fibula and femur intercondylar eminence
protrusion on the tibia tibial tuberosity

Bones of the Skeleton Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

maxilla
pubis
ischium
ilium
hyoid
axis
atlas
coccyx
coxal
sacrum
scapula
nasal
sphenoid
ethmoid
palatine
occipital
parietal
temporal
frontal
zygomatic
mandible
vertebrae
truerib
phalanges
fibula
tibia
femur
humerus
metatarsals
metacarpals
tarsals
carpals
radius
ulna
sternum
clavicle

Head and Neck Anatomy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Large blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart arteries
Also known as a joint articulation
Lightweight spongy inner layer of bone cancellous bone
Tough connective nonvascular elastic tissue cartilage
Outer stronger layer of bone. compact bone
Fibrous joint like a tooth in the socket gomphosis
Where two or more bones come together joint
Bone forming cells osteoblasts
Specialized connective tissue covering all bones periosteum
Tissues that anchor the periostium to the underlying bone Sharpey's Fibers
Masticatory mucosa covering the alveolar process and surrounding the teeth Gingiva

Skeletal System Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

appendicular
tibia
scapula
pelvis
vertebrae
frontal
occipital
femur
radius
fibula
clavicle
humerus
sternum
costae
mandible
zygomatic
suture
joint
irregular
lumbar

Quiz on Waters Method Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

The OML is placed at 37-degree angle from IR True
What is the Projection name for Water Method Parietoacanthial Projection
Frontal and Ethmoid sinuses are in profile False
Petrous pyramids lay inferior to Maxillary floor
Maxillary sinuses are ________ from petrous ridges Free
Exit point for waters method is Acanthion
MSP and MML paralle to IR False
Neck is Hypoextended for OML to be a 37-degree angle from IR False
Correct neck extension demonstrates petrous ridges just inferior to the maxillary sinuses True
Maxillae, nasal septum, zygomatic bones, zygomatic arches, mandible, and anterior nasal spine are demonstrated False
Mastoid processes can be palpated to check for rotation True
8x10 and 10x12 cassette landscape is used for Waters position False