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crevice in the skin bordered by adjacent elevations furrow
elongated depression in a relatively level surface, in relaxed skin groove
furrow, groove sulcus
recurved margin having greater projection than the adjacent/surrounding areas fold/eminence
a vertical groove located medially on the superior integumentary lip, what can happen to it in old age? philtrum, can disappear in old age
border of the cheek, eminence of the cheek and adjacent to the mouth, what can happen to it in old age? nasolabial fold, flattens and elongates in old age
angular area btw the posterior margin of the nasal wing and the nasolabial fold, makes the nasal wing look more prominent nasal sulcus
shallow curving groove below the inner corner of the eyelids, skin is darker than surrounding skin oblique palpaebral sulcus
small convex prominence lateral to the line of lip closure, more prominent in old age angulus oris eminence
groove at each of the lines of closure at the mouth, results from teeth closure of top row over the bottom row angulus oris sulcus
junction of lower lip and chin which may appear as a furrow, inferior border of inferior integumentary lip labiomental sulcus
junction at the base of the chin and submandibular area submental sulcus
shallow depressions located on the cheek or chin, vertical or dot-like dimples
furrow originating at the superior border of the wing of the nose and extending to the side of the mouth nasolabial sulcus
horizontal furrows of the forehead due to action of frontalis muscle, eventually become grooves transverse frontal sulci
vertical or transverse furrow between the eyebrows vertical or transverse intercilliary sulci
furrow that radiate from the lateral corner of the eye, caused by orbicularis oculi muscle, another name for this optic facial sulci, crow's feet
furrow of the superior border of the upper eyelid, gives the typical almond shape of the closed eye superior palpaebral sulcus
furrow of the border of the inferior eyelid, shallow inferior palpaebral sulcus
vertical furrow of the cheek, caused by repeated movement of the mouth muscles, associated with some professions (glass-blower, etc) bucco-facial sulcus
furrow beneath jawline which rises vertically on the cheek, may cause "serrated jawline" mandibular sulcus
vertical furrows of lips extending from within the mucous membrane into the integumentary lip, maybe from smoking labial sulci
transverse dipping furrows of the neck caused by repeated action of neck muscles or rapid weight gain/loss platysmal sulci
vertical prominences of the neck, caused by pull of gravity on digastricus and omohyoidius cords of the neck
how many natural facial markings? nine
how many acquired facial markings? eleven
N/A: philtrum natural
N/A: nasolabial fold natural
N/A: nasal sulcus natural
N/A: oblique palpaebral sulcus natural
N/A: angulis oris eminence natural
N/A: angulis oris sulcus natural
N/A: labiomental sulcus natural
N/A: submental sulcus natural
N/A: dimples natural
N/A: nasiolabial sulcus acquired
N/A: transverse frontal sulci acquired
N/A: interciliary sulci acquired
N/A: optic facial sulci acquired
N/A: superior palpaebral sulcus acquired
N/A: inferior palpaebral sulcus acquired
N/A: buccofacial sulcus acquired
N/A: mandibular sulcus acquired
N/A: labial sulci acquired
N/A: platysmal sulci acquired
N/A: cords of the neck acquired
outer rim of the ear helix
origin of the helix of the ear crus of the helix
structure which divides the ear in half crus of the helix
fossa between the inner and outer rims of the ear scapha
inner rim of the ear antihelix
bifurcation of the antihelix crura
depression between the crura in the anterior portion of the superior third of the ear triangular fossa
concave shell of the ear, leads to the external auditory meatus concha
elevation protruding from the ear passage tragus
small eminence obliquely opposite the tragus antitragus
notch between the tragus and antitragus intertragic notch
occupies the lower third of the ear lobe
long, narrow nose shape leptorrhine
wide, broad, short nose shape platyrrhine
intermediate nose shape mesorrhine
nose profile straight from root to tip (two terms) straight, grecian
nose profile where dorsum has a slight bulge/curvature outward (three terms) roman nose, aquiline, convex
nose profile: downward curvature (five terms) infantine, snub, pug, ski, concave
slight depression and pushing up of the nose retrousse
deepest depression of the ear concha
shallowest depression of the ear scapha
the width of the ear is ____ its length 2/3
guide for reattaching the ear external auditory meatus
the length of the ear is divided in half by zygomatic arch
protruding ridge of the nose dorsum
bordered superiorly by base of nose, inferiorly by the superior mucous membrane, laterally by nasolabial folds superior integumentary lip
bordered superiorly by inferior mucous membrane, inferiorly by labiomental sulcus, laterally by the ends of lip closure interior integumentary lip
reddish portion of lips mucous membranes
line of color change at the junction of the wet and dry portions of the mucous membrane weather line
permanent shallow wrinkles on the surface of the dry mucous membrane vertical line
typical shape of the upper mucous membrane hunter's bow
typical shape of the lower mucous membrane elliptical
greatest projection of the eyeball cornea
thicker edge of the eyelid, where eyelashes grow from tarsus
depression above the medial 1/3 of the superior palpabrae naso-orbital fossa
fold of skin between the supercilium and superior palpabrae supraorbital margin
smal elevation of skin extending medially from the medial corner of the superior palpabrae inner canthus
eyelashes cilia
eyebrow supercilia
the line of eye closure is a _____ curve, the lateral end is ______ and ______ to the medial end dipping curve, the lateral end is inferior and posterior to the medial end
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