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facial bones

how many bones make up the skull 8 cranial bones & 14 facial bones
what are the facial bones 2maxillae/maxillary,2zygomagtic,2lacrimal,nasal,inferior nasal conchae,2palatine,1vomer,1mandible
what is the largest facial bone mandible bone
what is the largest moveable bone maxillae/maxillary bone
each maxilla assists in the formation of 3 cavities mouth,nasal cavity,one orbit
each maxilla consists of what a body & 4 processes projecting from the body
the body of each maxilla is located where centrally located portion that lies laterally to the nose.
what are the four process of the maxilla frontal process,zygomatic process,alveolar process,palatine process
the body of each maxillary bone contains a large air filled cavity known as a mazillary sinus
the palatine process can only be demonstrated on an inferior veiw of the 2 maxillae
what forms the anterior portion of the roof of the mouth called the hard/bony palate the 2 palatine process
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