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Anatomy - Exam 3 Study Guide - Skull Includes Pictures

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Study Guide for Anatomy Exam 3. Study Guide for Anatomy Exam 3.
mandible lower jaw
maxillae upper jaw, contributes to the formation of the roof of the mouth, floor and lateral walls of the nasal cavity, and the floor of the orbital cavity.
lacrimal bones form part of the medial walls of the orbital cavities
zygomatic cheek bones
inferior nasal conchae makes up the inferior-most part of the lateral nasal wall
vomer inferior half of the bony septum (dividing wall)
mental tubercle vertical portion that ends up separating it into right and left tubercle
alveolar part portion of jaw or mandible where the teeth are imbedded/rooted/sunken into it
mental foramen hole in the bone, where blood vessels travel through
mental protuberance vertically goes up with tubercles on either side
zygomatic process your cheek, where it connects in front it will connect to frontal process of maxilla, maxilla comes into contact with zygomatic bone, only reason it's called the process
hard palate roof of mouth
orbits eye sockets
Think about the roof of your mouth. The alveolar process transfers into the ____? palatine bone
Created by: brazil