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Bone Organization-Sk

TermDefinition
Line that goes across the top of the skull horizontally Coronal suture
Bone behind lacrimal (tear duct) bone Ethmoid bone
Ear canal External acoustic meatus
Sound Acoustic
Canal Meatus
Really big Magnum
Hole Foramen
Really big hole on floor of skull, that attached to espinal Cordoba and brain stem Foramen magnum
Frontal/top of skull (from Coronal suture to top of eye sockets/nasal bone Frontal bone
The (visible) bottom two scroll shaped bones in the nostrils Inferior nasal concha
Below Infra
Eye Orbital
Holes below eye sockets Infraorbital foramen
Tears Lacrimal
Tear ducts Lacrimal bone
Bottom jaw (holds bottom row of teeth) Mandible
Joint for jaw Mandibular condyle
Triangle part behind/below the ears Mastoid process
Between bottom of nose and top lip, think max has mustache Maxilla
Chin Mental
Holes on each side of the mandible Mental foramen
The (visible) top two scroll shaped bones in the nostrils Middle nasal concha
Makes the bridgevof your nose Nasal bone
Lower bottom bone on back of skull Occipital bone
Two bones on very top connected by the sagittal suture Parietal bone
Small indent on floor of skull Sella turcica
Temple area Sphenoid bone
Pointy part on bottom of skull, think styluses have points Styloid process
Surrounds the ears Temporal bone
Separates the nose into two Vomer
Cheek bones Zygomatic bone
Created by: Kalico2019
 

 



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