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Name the eigth cranial bones? 1.frontal 2.parietal 2.temporal 1.occipital 1.sphenoid and 1.ethmoid
name the 14 facial bones? 2.maxillary 2.zygomatic 2.nasal 2.palatine 2.inferior 2.lacrimal nasal conchae 1. mandible 1.vomer bone
what is the glabella? smoth raised prominence b/w the eyebrows
SOG? superacillary orbital groove. slight depression above the eyebrows
SOM? supraorbital margin. the superior rims of each orbital.
supraorbital notch? the small hole in the supraorbital margin allowing for nerve and artery to pass through.
superacillary ridge? rideg of bone beneath each eyebrows.
frontal bone articular with what bones? 4.cranial bones and 8 facial bones: cranial are: spheniod 2.parietal and ethmoid. and the facial are: 2.maxillary 2.nasal 2.Lacrimal
parietal bone articular with what bones? 4. cranial bones and they are: 2.temporal 1.sphenoid and 1.occipital
inion? external occipital protuberance. promoinent bump or protuberance at the inferior portion of the skull
foramen magnum the large opening in the occipital bone at the base of the skull.
atlanto occipital joint joint b/w the atlas and the occipital bone, at the base of the skull.
the occipital bone articular with what bones 5. carnial and 1. c-spine they are: 2.temporal 2.parietal 1.spheniod and the atlas.
name the three portion of the temporal bone squamous mastiod and petrous
TMJ is made up of? temporomandibular joint
mastoid process? is a portion of the temporal bone where the air cells are.
petrous ridge? upper dorder of the petrous pyramids
TEA top of ear attachment.
temporal bone articulation? 3.carinal bones they are: 2.parietal 1.spheniod and 1.occipital
styloid process? slender bony projection off the temporal bone
sella turcica central depression on the body of sphenoid bone
where is the pituitary gland houses sella turcica
dorsum sella posterior portion of the sella turcica
clivus depression that is begin the back of the dorsum salle of the sphenoid to occipital
anterior cliniod process located on the lesser wing
posterior clinoid process locate
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