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Cranium

QuestionAnswer
Frontal Bone forms the forehead, the eyesockets.
Supraorbital Foramen a hole medial to the supraorbital margin.
Supraorbital Margin the part where the frontal bone thickens.
Parietal Bone form the roof of the cranial cavity.
Occipital Bone forms the base of the cranium.
Foramen Magnum a hole in the inferior part of the bone.
Occipital Condyle oval process with convex surfaces on either side of the foramen magnum.
External Occipital Protuberance the most prominant midline projection just above the foramen magnum.
Nuchal Lines curved ridges extended laterally from the ligamentum nuchae.
Temporal Bone forms the cranial floor.
Zygomatic Process forms a joint with the zygomatic cheekbone.
Mastoid Process a rounded projection of the mastoid portion of the temporal bone.
Zygomatic Arch formed by the zygomatic process and the temporal process.
Styloid Process a point of attachment for ligaments and musles from the tongue and neck.
Mandibular Fossa a socket located on the inferior and posterior surface of the zygomatic process of each bone.
Sphenoid Bone lies at the middle of the base of the skull.
Sella Turcica a saddle shaped structure on the sphenoid bone.
Ethmoid Bone a delicate bone that is sponge-like.
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