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Supraorbital Margins Under the eyebrows
Supraorbital foramen Allows the supraorbital artery nerve to pass to the forehead
Glabella Part of the frontal bone that is between thde eyes
paired parietal bones form the bulk of the cranium and thus act as "parents to the brain"
zygomatic process artculates with zygomatic bone to form the zygomatic arch
mandibular fossa the temporal side of the temporomandibular joint
styloid process attachment for several muscles of the neck and tongue and for ligamnets of the hyoid bone
mastoid process anchoring site for neck muscles
mastoid process 2 full of air cavities called mastoid sinuses. These can become infected(mastoiditis) secondary to a middle ear infection. From the mastoid infection can spread to the brain
mastoid process 3 bump behind our ear