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Position Quiz 20-1

Name 3 parts of the frontal bone Supraorbital margin, Glabella, ethmoid notch
Name 3 parts of the Ethmiod Bone Cribriform plate, Crista galli, and the anterior,middle, and posterior air cells
Name 1 part of the parietal bone parietal eminence
Name 4 parts of the spheniod bone Sella turica, dorsum sellae, posterior cliniod process, and the greater and lesser wings
name 3 parts of the occipital bone foreamen magnum, external occipital protuberance(inion), occipital condyles
name 3 parts of the temporal bone zygomatic process, internal acoustic meatus(IAM), petrous ridge
name 4 parts of the external ear auricle, concha, tragus, helix
name 2 parts of the middle ear tympanic membrane, auditory ossicles(malleus, incus, stapes)
Name 3 parts of the inner ear conchlea, vestible, semicircular canal
Created by: atesta0824