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PIMA BIO130

CHP8 Skeletal; Facial Bones and Their Markings; Vomer & Maxilla

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Vomer Forms lower and posterior part of the nasal septum; shaped like the blade of a plough
Maxilla Upper jaw bones; forms part of the floor of the orbit, anterior part of the roof of the mouth, and the floor of the nose and part of the sidewalls of the nose
Alveolar process Archlike process that holds the tooth sockets
Maxillary sinus Large, air-filled cavity within the body of maxilla; lined with mucous membrane; largest of paranasal sinuses
Palatine process Horizontal plate that projects inward from the alveolar process; forms anterior and larger part of hard palate
Infraorbital foramen Hole on external surface orbit; transmits vessels and nerves
Lacrimal groove Groove on inner surface; joined by similar groove on lacrimal bone to form bony space for the nasolacrimal duct
Created by: Jgiron6994