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Organization of Skeleton - Skull

Forms sagittal, coronal, squamous, and lambdoid sutures Parietal Bone
Cribriform plate Ethmoid Bone
Crista galli Ethmoid Bone
External acoustic meatus Temporal Bone
Foramen magnum Occipital Bone
Mandibular fossa Temporal Bone
Mastoid process Temporal Bone
Middle nasal concha Ethmoid
Occipital condyle Occipital Bone
Sella turcica Sphenoid Bone
Styloid process Temporal Bone
Supraorbital foramen Frontal Bone
What suture joins the frontal bone to the parietal bones? Coronal
The parietal bones are firmly interlocked along the midline by the (Blank) suture. Sagittal
What suture joins the parietal bones to the occipital bone? Lambdoid
The temporal bones are joined to the parietal bones along the (Blank) suture Squamous
Name the three cranial bones that contain sinuses? Frontal, Ethmoid, Sphenoid
Name a facial bone that contains a sinus? Maxilla
Forms bridge of nose Nasal Bone
Is the only movable bone in the facial skeleton Mandible
Contains coronoid process Mandible
Creates prominence of cheek inferior and lateral to the eye Zygomatic bone
Contains sockets of upper teeth Maxilla
Forms inferior portion of nasal septum Vomer bone
Forms anterior portion of zygomatic arch Zygomatic bone
Scroll-shaped bone Inferior nasal concha
Forms anterior roof of mouth Maxilla
Contains mental foramen Mandible
Forms posterior roof of mouth Palatine bone
Scale-like part in medial wall of orbit Lacrimal bone
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