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AXIAL SKELETON SKULL TUTORIAL. Anterior Skull frontal bone supraorbital foramen zygomatic bone maxillary bone alveolar fossa infraorbital foramen glabella.

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1 AXIAL SKELETON SKULL TUTORIAL

2 Anterior Skull frontal bone supraorbital foramen zygomatic bone maxillary bone alveolar fossa infraorbital foramen glabella mental foramen mandible mandibular symphysis Supraorbital ridge

3 Anterior Skull nasal bone perpendicularplate middle nasal concha vomer bone orbital fissure inferior nasal concha concha

4 Paranasal Sinuses frontal sinus ethmoid sinus maxilary sinus sphenoid sinus

5 Cranium frontal bone parietal bone occipital bone lambdoidal suture suture sagittal suture coronal suture

6 Ventral Skull palatine process palatine bone vomer bone mastoid process styloid process external occipital protuberance sphenoid bone temporal bone occipital bone Lateral pterygoid plate Medial pterygoid plate

7 Occipital bone occipitalcondyle jugularforamen carotidcanal foramen magnum

8 Lateral Skull lacrimalbone temporalbone squamosalsuture mandibular condyle In mandibular fossa (TMJ joint) external acoustic meatus

9 angle coronoid process zygomatic arch mastoid process styloid process sphenoidbone body ramus mandible Lateral Skull sutural bone Mandibular notch Zygomatic process of temporal bone Temporal process of zygomatic bone

10 Internal Skull Frontal bone Ethmoid bone Sphenoid bone Temporal bone Occipital bone

11 crista galli cribriform plate intenal acoustic meatus greater wing lesser wing optic canal sella turcica jugular foramen Internal Skull

12 Hyoid bone temporalmandibularjoint externalacousticmeatus Hyoid +


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