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Axial Skeleton

Frontal Bone Forehead
Frontal Sinus Highest Sinus - above and between the eyes
Supraorbital Foramen Dots/holes above the eyes
Parietal bone Bone behind the frontal bone. Divided in two by a suture
Occipital Bone Bone behind the parietal bone. Separated by a suture.
Foramen Magnum Big hole in the occipital bone that provides an opening for the spine/spinal cord
Occipital Condyles articulates with A1. On either side of foramen magnum
External Occipital Protuberance the bump on the back of your head
Temporal Bone Bone beneath the parietal bones on either side.
Created by: elyk01