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Bones

Anatomy

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Roof of the nasal cavity. Contains foramina that allow the olfactory nerves (cranial nerve I) to pass from the nose to the brain. Cribriform Plate
Cavity within in the bone that is lined with mucosa and open to the exterior. It lightens the skull and alters vocal quality Ethmoidal Sinus (labyrinth)
Cavity within in the bone that is lined with mucosa and open to the exterior. It lightens the skull and alters vocal quality Frontal Sinus
Foramen through which the spinal cord passes to connect with the brain. Foramen Magnum
Openings through which the hypoglossal nerves (cranial nerve XII) pass. The hypoglossal nerves carry signals to and from the tongue Hypoglossal Canal
Articular surface between the occipital bone and the atlas vertebra Occipital Condyle
Opening through which a branch of the trigeminal nerve (cranial nerve V) passes. This branch of the trigeminal nerve carries sensory and motor stimuli to the jaw Foramen Ovale
Opening through which a branch of the trigeminal nerve (cranial nerve V) passes. This branch of the trigeminal nerve carries sensory input from the face Foramen Rotundum
Opening through which blood vessels pass that feed membranes surrounding the CNS Foramen Spinosum
Openings through which the optic nerves (cranial nerve II) pass. The optic nerves transmit visual stimuli Optic Canals
Structure that holds the pituitary gland Sella Turcica
Cavity within the bone that is lined with mucosa and open to the exterior. It lightens the skull and alters vocal quality. Sphenoidal Sinus
Opening through which oculomotor, trochlear, trigeminal, and abducens nerves (cranial nerves III, IV, V, and VI) pass. Most of these nerves enable movement of the eyes. Superior Orbital Fissure
Created by: ky13