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Bones millionaire quiz

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Bones of the face and skull

by Iona Walton

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Bones millionaire quiz

  1. 1. NVQ Level 2 Beauty Therapy Identifying bones of the skull, neck, chest and shoulder girdle By Iona Walton
  2. 2. As a therapist performing a facial you need to have knowledge of the bones that form the head, neck, chest and shoulder girdle
  3. 3. • After your introduction to the bones of the cranium, face and shoulder girdle the aim of this package is for you to be able to correctly label a diagram and name these bone positions.
  4. 4. The skeleton has 3 main functions: 1. SHAPE – gives the body its shape 2. ATTACHMENT OF MUSCLES 3. PROTECTION of internal organs e.g. skull protects the brain
  5. 5. Bones of the skull • The 22 bones that make up the head are collectively known as the skull. The skull forms our facial features, supports other structures such as the eyes and protects the brain. They can be divided into two categories: • Facial bones – 14 bones form the face • Cranial bones – 8 bones form the rest of the head
  6. 6. Diagram of the Skull
  7. 7. Bones of the Cranium • Frontal x1 Forms the forehead and upper eye sockets • Parietal x2 Forms the main part of the top and back (upper sides) of the skull • Temporal x2 Found at the side of the head, around the ears
  8. 8. Bones of the Cranium • Sphenoid x1 Forms part of the eye orbit, connects the skull to the face • Ethmoid x1 Forms the medial portion of the eye orbits, houses the nerves of the eyes, separates the nasal passages • Occipital x1 Located at the back of the skull
  9. 9. Bones of the cranium BONE POSITION Frontal x1 Forms the forehead and upper eye sockets Parietal x2 Forms the main part of the top and back (upper sides) of the skull Temporal x2 Found at the side of the head, around the ears Sphenoid x1 Forms part of the eye orbit, connects the skull to the face Ethmoid x1 Forms the medial portion of the eye orbits, houses the nerves of the eyes, separates the nasal passages Occipital x1 Located at the back of the skull
  10. 10. Bones of the face • Mandible x1 The lower jaw bone – only moveable bone in the face • Maxilla x2 The upper jaw and soft palate of the mouth • Zygomatic x2 The cheek bones
  11. 11. Bones of the face Lacrimal x 2 Forms the inner part of the eye orbit and part of the nasal passages. Houses the tear ducts and these link to the nasal passages
  12. 12. Bones of the face Palatine x2 Internal bone found behind the maxilla, forms part of the nasal cavities & the hard palate of the mouth
  13. 13. Bones of the face Vomer x1 Inside the nose, divides the nasal passages
  14. 14. Bones of the face Nasal x2 Forms the bridge of the nose
  15. 15. Bones of the face Bone Position Mandible x1 The lower jaw bone – only moveable bone in the face Maxilla x2 The upper jaw and soft palate of the mouth Zygomatic x2 The cheek bones Turbinate x2 The spongy bones that increase the surface area of the nasal passages Lacrimal x2 Forms the inner part of the eye orbit and part of the nasal passages. Houses the tear ducts and these link to the nasal passages Palatine x2 Internal bone found behind the maxilla, forms part of the nasal cavities & the hard palate of the mouth Vomer x1 Inside the nose, divides the nasal passages Nasal x2 Forms the bridge of the nose
  16. 16. Bones of the shoulder girdle Cervical vertebrae x 7 The part of the spine that forms the neck Clavicle x 2 The collar bone runs from the shoulder to the breast bone, below the neck, part of shoulder girdle
  17. 17. Bones of the shoulder girdle Sternum x1 The breast bone (dagger shaped), located in the middle of the chest Humerus x2 The upper arm
  18. 18. Bones of the shoulder girdle Scapula x 2 The shoulder blades situated in the upper back.
  19. 19. Bones of the shoulder girdle, neck and chest Bones Position Cervical vertebrae x 7 The part of the spine that forms the neck Clavicle x 2 The collar bone runs from the shoulder to the breast bone, below the neck, part of shoulder girdle Sternum x 2 The breast bone, located in the middle of the chest Scapula x 2 The shoulder blades situated in the upper back. Humerus x 2 The upper arm
  20. 20. Test Your Knowledge To assess what you’ve learned have a go at the following quiz
  21. 21. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
  22. 22. A: B:skull ribs £100 The 22 bones that make up the head are collectively known as__________ C: D:face sternum
  23. 23. Excellent! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  24. 24. Unlucky! That’s incorrect Try again!
  25. 25. A: B: Just to create more work for you £200 Why do you need to know about the bones of head, neck, chest and shoulders? C: D: Just to pass the written exam To understand underlying structures & to give correct massage You don’t need to know
  26. 26. Excellent! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  27. 27. Sorry That’s incorrect Try again
  28. 28. A: B:Ulna Humerus £300 Which is not a bone of the shoulder girdle? C: D:Scapula Clavicle
  29. 29. Fantastic Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  30. 30. Oh dear! That’s incorrect Try again
  31. 31. A: B:1 2 £500 How many zygomatic bones are there? C: D:4 0
  32. 32. Brilliant Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  33. 33. Sorry That’s incorrect Try again
  34. 34. A: B:Form the main part of top and back of skull At the back of the skull £1000 Where are the temporal bones? C: D:Inside the nose At the sides of the head, around the ears
  35. 35. Well done! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  36. 36. Unlucky! Think carefully Try again
  37. 37. A: B: £2,000 Which bone is the mandible? C: D: ` B C A D
  38. 38. Super! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  39. 39. Oh no! That’s incorrect! Try again
  40. 40. A: B: £4,000 Which is the occipital bone? C: D: A C B D
  41. 41. Very good! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  42. 42. Incorrect So near and yet so far! Try again
  43. 43. A: B: Inside nose, divides the nasal passages Forms the inner part of the eye orbit and part of the nasal passages £8,000 What are the position of the nasal bones_____________ C: D:Forms the bridge of the nose Behind maxilla, forms part of nasal cavities and the hard palate of the mouth
  44. 44. Very good! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  45. 45. Sorry! That’s incorrect Try again
  46. 46. A: B:Clavicle Sternum £16,000 Which bone known as the shoulder bone is situated in the upper back? C: D:Cervical vertebra Scapula
  47. 47. Very good! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  48. 48. Unlucky Try again
  49. 49. A: B:shape protection £32,000 Which of the following is NOT a function of the skeleton C: D:heat regulation attachment
  50. 50. Brilliant! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  51. 51. Unfortunately… That’s incorrect! Try again
  52. 52. A: B: £64,000 Which is this bone? C: D: Ethmoid Palatine Sphenoid Vomer
  53. 53. Well done! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  54. 54. I’m sorry That’s incorrect Try again
  55. 55. A: B:In the upper arm Forming the forehead £125,000 Where are the clavicle bones? C: D: Running from the shoulder to the breast bone below neck At the back of the skull
  56. 56. Very good! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  57. 57. Incorrect You should have got that one! Try again
  58. 58. A: B: £250,000 Which bones are these?… C: D: Zygomatic Vomer Maxilla Sphenoid
  59. 59. Excellent! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  60. 60. Wrong Choice! That’s incorrect try again
  61. 61. A: B:Frontal Turbinate £500,000 Which bone is this? C: D:Parietal Temporal ?
  62. 62. Very Good! Let’s move on to the next question. Click here
  63. 63. Sorry! That’s incorrect Try again
  64. 64. A: B: £ 1,000,000 How many cervical vertebrae are there? C: D: 52 127
  65. 65. Unlucky You were nearly a millionaire! One last try!
  66. 66. Fantastic! You have completed this Quiz!
  67. 67. Anatomical Terms Terminology Description Eye Orbit In anatomy the orbital bone is the cavity or socket of the skull in which the eye is situated Medial Towards the midline Palate Roof of the mouth Return to last slide looked at

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