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Chapter 19 keywords

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the superior prominence formed at the junction of the two the upper lip Acanthion
traumatic opening between the orbital floor and the maxillary sinus, usually caused by a blow to the eye Blowout fracture
a blow to the head that causes a brief unconsciousness or disorientation Cerebral concussion
brain injury caused by movement of the brain within the cranium that results from a severe blow to the head on the opposite side Contrecoup injury
the eight bones that surround the brain; the brain case Cranium
the palpable bony prominence in the approximate center of the occipital bone External occipital protuberance (EOP) / Inion
– the large round hole in the anterior portion of the occipital bone through which the spinal cord passes Foramen magnum
a malignant bone disease that may involve many bones of the body; a type of bone cancer Multiple myeloma
medical term for the bony sockets that house the eyes Orbit
the rounded fossa in the center of the anterior superior surface of the sphenoid bone; the location of the pituitary gland Sella turcica
a synarthroidal joint that connects the bones of the cranium; a stitch used to close a wound or the material used to close a wound in this way Suture
the portion of the cranium on which surrounds the brain Calvaria
Created by: mdtodd