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How many bones are in the skull? 22 bones, 8 cranial and 14 facial
Which bones form the calvaria? Frontal, occipital and the right and left parietal
What bones form the base of the skull? Ethmoid and sphenoid
The squamosal suture separates which bones? Temporal and parietal
The frontal and the parietal bones are separated by which suture? The coronal suture
The lambdoidal suture separates which bones? The parietal and the occipital
What is the average shaped skull called? Mesocephalic
What is the most common positioning skull base line? Orbitalmeatal line (OML) aka canthomeatal line aka radiographic base line
What base line goes through the orbits? interpupillary line aka infra orbital aka Reids baseline
What is the base line that goes from the external auditory meatus to the acanthion Acanthiomeatal line
What is the orbitomeatal or canthomeatal line? An imaginary line drawn from the external auditory meatus to the outer canthus of the eye
This line goes from the external auditory meatus to the glabella superorbital meatal or glabellomeatal line
Created by: misha1228