Medical Quiz

Skull Quiz


A. Palatine Bones

B. Ethmoid Bone

C. Sphenoid Bone

D. Lacrimal Bones

A. Nasal Bones

B. Maxillary Bones

C. Palatine Bones

D. Lacrimal Bones

A. Mandible

B. Maxillary Bone

C. Nasal Bones

D. Frontal Bone

The soft, cartilage-based areas between bones that are present in the skulls of newborns are called:

A. Fontanels

B. Sutures

C. Fusions

D. Plates

The highlighted bone is the:

A. Parietal Bone

B. Occipital Bone

C. Humerus

D. Mandible

True or False: The skull is completely finished developing when we are born.



This is the name for an air filled-cavity within one of the bones of the skull. These cavities contain tissue that produces mucus that will drain into the nose.

A. Sinus

B. Fissure

C. Notch

D. Foramen

A. Zygomatic Bones

B. Temporal Bones

C. Frontal Bone

D. Maxillary Bones

Which bone is highlighted in this image? (Hint: Butterfly shape)

A. Sphenoid Bone

B. Ethmoid Bone

C. Zygomatic Bone

D. Temporal Bone

(Hint: smallest facial bones)

A. Lacrimal Bones

B. Nasal Bones

C. Maxillary Bones

D. Zygomatic Bones

A. Maxillary Bones

B. Nasal Bones

C. Mandible

D. Zygomatic Bones

This bone is the:

A. Occipital Bone

B. Zygomatic Bone

C. Temporal Bone

D. Parietal Bone

A. Vomer

B. Ethmoid Bone

C. Sphenoid Bone

D. Occipital Bone

The two types of bones in the skull are:

A. Cranial Bones and Facial Bones

B. Cranial Bones and Cephalic Bones

C. Facial Bones and Cephalic Bones

D. Skullish Bones and Cephalic Bones

The highlighted bone is the:

A. Frontal Bone

B. Parietal Bone

C. Maxillary Bone

D. Nasal Bone

This bone is the:

A. Temporal Bone

B. Zygomatic Bone

C. Parietal Bone

D. Mandible


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