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Bones of the Skull
Frontal Forehead Superior eye orbits Frontal sinus Inferior connection –Zygomatic process –Temporal bone
Parietal Paired bones Anterior – Frontal –Coronal Suture Middle – Sagittal Suture Inferior – Temporal Posterior – Occipital –Lambdoid Suture
Temporal Paired bones Articulates with: –Zygomatic process –Parietal bones –Mandible Processes: –Mastoid –Styloid
Occipital Foramen Magnum Occipital Condyles
Sphenoid Greater Wing - Foramen Rotundum –Cranial Nerve V Lesser Wing – optic foramen –CN II foramen passage Sphenoid sinus
Ethmoid Mid-Sagittal Cribriform Plates –Cranial Nerve I
Lacrimal Smallest facial bone Medial wall of the eye orbit
Nasal Bridge of the nose Articulates with: –Mandible
Zygomatic Cheek bones Processes: –Frontal –Marginal –Temporal –Maxillary
Maxillae Upper Jaw – Alveolar Process –Upper teeth Inferior Eye Orbit Maxillary Sinus Zygomatic Process Palatine Portion –Anterior portion of the hard palate
Palatine Posterior ½ of the hard palate
Mandible Lower Jaw Alveolar process – teeth Articulates with: –Temporal (TMJ) –Maxillae
Vomer Forms part of the nasal septum Articulates with: –Maxillae –Palatines –Ethmoid –Sphenoid
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