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bones of the skull

frontal bone is the cranial bone that surrounds and protects the anterior part of the brain IT is made of o=the verticle portion that forms the forhead and the horizontal portion that forms the roofs of the orbits and the nasal cavity
superciliary arch smooth arched elavation located above the eye brow ridge
glabella small elevation located above the nasal bones and between the supercilary arches
supra orbital notch or foramen notch or small hole located along the superior margin of the orbit passsagway for for supraobital vessels and nerve
orbital plate horzontal extension of frontal bone that forms plate
supraorbital margin curved narrow ridge that forms superior edge of the orbit
zygomatic process narrow extension that connects frontal bone with zygomatic bone
frontal sinuses two large cavities located ob
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