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Chapter 16: Nose, Mouth, and Throat

Chapter 16: Nose, Mouth, and Throat

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Chapter 16: Nose, Mouth, and Throat
Jarvis: Physical Examination & Health Assessment, 7th Edition
 
MULTIPLE CHOICE
 
     1.   The primary purpose of the ciliated mucous membrane in the nose is to:
a.

Warm the inhaled air.

b.

Filter out dust and bacteria.

c.

Filter coarse particles from inhaled air.

d.

Facilitate the movement of air through the nares. 

     2.   The projections in the nasal cavity that increase the surface area are called the:
a.

Meatus.

b.

Septum.

c.

Turbinates.

d.

Kiesselbach plexus.

 
     3.   The nurse is reviewing the development of the newborn infant. Regarding the sinuses, which statement is true in relation to a newborn infant?
a.

Sphenoid sinuses are full size at birth.

b.

Maxillary sinuses reach full size after puberty.

c.

Frontal sinuses are fairly well developed at birth.

d.

Maxillary and ethmoid sinuses are the only sinuses present at birth.

     4.   The tissue that connects the tongue to the floor of the mouth is the:
a.

Uvula.

b.

Palate.

c.

Papillae.

d.

Frenulum.

     5.   The salivary gland that is the largest and located in the cheek in front of the ear is the _________ gland.
a.

Parotid

b.

Stensen’s

c.

Sublingual

d.

Submandibular


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