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Headwork- Lines

Targets- Label the positioning lines and Landmarks

Lateral junction of the eyelid Outer Canthus
Posterior angle of the jaw Gonion
A line between in the infraorbital margin and EAM Infraorbitomeatal line (IOML)
Corresponds to the highest "nuchal" line of the occipital bone Inion
A line between the glabella and alveolar process of the maxilla Glabelloalveolar Line (GAL)
A line between the mental point and EAM Mentomeatal Line (MML)
Located at the junction of the two nasal bones and the frontal bone Nasion
The small cartilaginous flap covering the ear opening Tragus
Corresponds to the highest level of the facial bone mass Supraorbital groove
A line between the midlateral orbital margin and the EAM Orbitomeatal Line (OML)
The center point of the EAM Auricular Point
A positioning line that is primarily used for the modified waters projection Lips-meatal line (LML)
A line used in positioning to ensure that the skull is in a true lateral position Interpupillary Line (IPL)
Corresponds to the level of the petrous ridge TEA
A smooth, slightly depressed area between the eyebrows Glabella
Created by: rachelreilly