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Facial Bones (Skull)

Name the bone of the lower jaw. mandible
The mental foramina are features of which bone? mandible
The mandibular condyle and coronoid process are features of which bone? mandible
Name the two bones that form the TMJ (temporomandibular joint). temporal bone and mandible
The mandibular condyle of the mandible joins with which feature on the temporal bone to form the TMJ? mandibular fossa
Name the bone that forms the bridge of the nose. nasal bone
Name the cheek bone. zygomatic bone
The temporal process is a feature of which bone? zygomatic bone
The zygomatic process of the temporal bone and the temporal process of the zygomatic bone form what structure? zygomatic arch
Name the bone the forms the upper jaw. maxilla
The palatine process is a feature of which bone? maxilla
Name the two bones that form the hard palate (roof of your mouth). maxilla and palatine bone
Name the anterior bone of the hard palate. maxilla
Name the posterior bone of the hard palate. palatine bone
Name the bone at the base of the nose. vomer bone
Name the bone associated with tears. It helps form the medial wall of the eye orbit - it is anterior to the ethmoid bone. lacrimal bone
Name the bones inside the nose, near the bottom. They are kind of rolled up (like a seashell). inferior nasal conchae
Created by: smonahan