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Parietal Bone

Parietal eminence sort of obvious where this is – it is the more circular part of the parietal bone that feels like an eminence, sort of in the middle going horizontally across the bone, closer to the bottom going vertically
Superior temporal line and inferior temporal line continued from frontal bone
Parietal foramen not always present, located close to the sagittal suture near lambda – sort of towards the posterior of the sagittal suture
Parietal striae these are “rays” or striations that are located near the beveled edge of the parietal bone
Meningeal grooves same as before, located on endocranial surface
Sulcus for the sigmoid (transverse sinus) located on posterior suture (sigmoid? Suture) in the corner that connects with the beveled edge – only a very small portion of it is visible on the parietal bone
Channel (sulcus) for the superior sagittal sinus continues from frontal – runs along the midline suture between the two parietals –difficult to see as it is cut off
Arachnoid foveae (granular foveae) run along sagittal sulucs
Created by: AdamJFLA