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Skull wtf

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number of cranium bones eight
number of facial bones fourteen
between the eyebrows just above the nose glabella
between upper lip and the nose acanthion
middle of mandible (chin) mental point
bridge of the nose nasion
slight depression above the each eyebrow supraorbital groove
angle of mandible gonion
very top of the skull vertex
most prominent point of external occipital bone inion
junction of two eylids near the nose inner canthus
lateral junction of the two eyelids outer canthus
superior rim of orbit supraorbital margin
inferior rim of orbit infraorbital margin
lateral portion of orbital rim midlateral orbital margin
E.A.M. External Acoustic Meatus
T.E.A. Top of Ear Attachment
Pinna flap of ear
4 bones that make up the skull cap (calvaria) Frontal, Right parietal, Left parietal, occipital
4 bones that make up the floor of the skull ethmoid, sphenoid, Right temporal, left temporal
the frontal bone articulates with which 4 cranial bones right and left parietals, the spenoid, and the ethmoid
The orbit is cone in shape and extends ______ from the base. posteriorly
The cirular rim of the orbit which you can feel is actually the ____ of the orbit base
What is the external landmark which corresponds to the level of the floor at the cranium supraorbital groove
What is the external landmark corresponding with the highest level of the facial bone mass supraorbital groove
what is the external landmark corresponding tothe petrous ridge? TEA
Divides the body into equal right and left halves midsaggital plane
describes theline drawn between the two pupils of the eye interpupillary line
The line connecting the glabella to the EAM glabellomeatal line
The line connecting the outer canthus of the eye to the EAM orbitomeatal line
Describes the line between the infra-orbital margin and the EAM infraorbitomeatal line
The line between the acanthion and the EAM acanthiomeatal line
the line between the "chin" and the EAM mentomeatal line
the widest portion of the entire skull is located between the _____ _____ of the 2 parietal bones. parietal tubercles
The parietal bones articulate with what 5 cranial bones frontal, sphenoid, temporal, opposite parietal, and the occipital
the occipital bone articulates with what 6 bones the sphenoid, two parietals, C1, two temporals
the two part articulation between the skull and the cervical spine is called the atlantooccipital joint
are the oval processes with convex surfaces, with one on each side of the foramen magnum condylar portions (occipital condyles)
classification of the sutures fibrous joint
separates the frontal from the two parietals coronal
separates the two parietals sagittal
separates the parietals from the temporals lambdoidal suture
separates the two parietals from the two temporals squamous suture
The anterior end of the sagittal suture is called the bregma
the posterior end of the sagittal suture is called the lambda
soft spot on new borns fontanel
temporal bones articualate with what 3 cranial bones a parietal, occipital, and a sphenoid
Inferior to the zygomatic process and just anterior to the EAM is the temperomandibular fossa
Projecting inferior to the mandible and anterior to the EAM is a slender bony projection called the styloid process
Extending anteriorly from the squamous portion of the temporal bone is an arch of bone termed the zygomatic process
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