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Frontal process rises vertically and separates the orbit from the temporal fossa
Temporal process (part of zygomatic process) extends posteriorly, joining the zygomatic process of the temporal bone to form the zygomatic arch
Maxillary process extends toward the midline, forming the inferolateral orbital margin
Zygomaticofacial foramen perforates the convex lateral surface of the zygomatic (on the outer surface of the zygomatic, fairly large and visible
Orbital surface surface which is smooth and formes the orbit
Zygomatico-orbital foramen found in a corner of the orbital cavity
Created by: AdamJFLA